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Effect of Computer Technologies
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 4, No. 148.  Sunday, 7 March 1993.
 
From:           Jeff Nyhoff <
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Date:           Sunday, 7 Mar 93 16:17:47 -0800
Subject:        [Effect of Computer Technologies]
 
The recent article regarding computer-aided instruction in Shakespeare studies
prods me toward a request I've been meaning to submit to this group:
 
My dissertation work is in need of a clearer idea of the present and potential
effect of recent computer technologies upon scholarship and pedagogy in the
areas of dramatic literature and theatre.  Consequently, I'm keenly interested
in hearing from SHAKSPERians regarding how such technologies (networks,
multimedia, hypertext/hypermedia, etc.) have had and might have impact upon
their work.  Any related bibliographic recommendations would also be greatly
appreciated.
 
I'm fairly new to the group, so forgive me if there has already been
substantial discussion related to this; if this is the case, then perhaps
someone could refer me to the proper section of the group's archives?
 
Please -- even the shortest note would be of great use to me.
Feel free to e-mail to me directly (
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Thanks in advance,
 
Jeff Nyhoff
 

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