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NEACH Invitation: Robert Royer's Talk
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 3, No. 272.  Monday, 26 October 1992.
 
From:		Hardy M. Cook <
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Date:		Monday, October 26, 1992
Subject:	NEACH Invitation: Robert Royer's Talk
 
[This announcement appeared on ENGLISH.  --hmc]
 
                  An Invitation from NEACH:
       NORTHEAST ASSOCIATION FOR COMPUTERS & THE HUMANITIES
 
    NEACH: The Northeast Association for Computers and the
Humanities invites you to hear PROF. ROBERT ROYER ON COMPUTERS
AND COMPOSITION: FROM WAN TO LAN AND BACK AGAIN. The talk will
take place on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1992, at 1:30 p.m. in Room
26A of the IBM Building, 590 Madison Avenue at 57th Street, New
York City.  Dr. Royer will discuss today's proliferation of
newsgroups, lists, and SIGS, and how the rise of the global or
wide-area network (WAN) is forcing us to reevaluate computers and
composition research based on the earlier model of the local-
area-network (LAN).
 
 
    Future NEACH 1992-93 calendar for 1992-1993:
==========================================================
 Wed., Nov. 11   Computers & Composition: From WAN to LAN
                  (Robert Royar, NYIT)
==========================================================
 Tues., Dec. 15  Electronic Text Archives and Libraries
                  (Anita Lowry, Columbia)
 
    Dr. Royer is well known as the moderator of C&CD, the
Computers & Composition Digest electronic news group.  He teaches
at NYIT, the New York Institute of Technology, on Long Island, N.
Y., and edits the Assembly for Computers in English (ACE)
Newsletter, a publication of NCTE.  He earned his doctorate in
rhetoric and composition from the University of Louisville and is
an active developer of text processing and electronic mail
software.
 
    All NEACH meetings are free and open to the public.  Please
post or share this announcement.  Ask at the desk when you enter
the IBM Building for a pass to "NEACH" or "Humanities."
     Heyward Ehrlich (
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     NEACH President
 

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