Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 4, No. 167. Saturday, 13 March 1993.
Date: Saturday, 13 Mar 93 08:12:46 EST
Subject: 4.0161 Re: UVa Electronic Text Center
Comment: Re: SHK 4.0161 Re: UVa Electronic Text Center
Writing from City College, one end of the original BITNET connection linking
CCNY and YALE (so I've been told), I began giggling and Santa-Claus-dreaming
about the games one could play with the UVa system. The exquisite labors of
community-building, funding, training, and actively applauding of
accomplishments that David Gants exhibits in his description should be a model
held up to all of our local librarians and local computer services folks. Now
we can hope that the new guys in Washington hear about these possibilities.
The idea of a post office worked such a revolution, as did the idea of the
easy-access public and university library. The basic drives seem to be a
spirit of generosity and a commitment to free exploration of possibilities.
Hey, sounds like art.
I'll be forwarding your description of the UVa system to my campus friends.
Steve Urkowitz, SURCC@CUNYVM
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 4, No. 165. Saturday, 13 March 1993.
Date: Friday, 12 Mar 93 23:54:00 EST
Subject: 4.0162 Q: Folger Library: Undergraduate Research
Comment: RE: SHK 4.0162 Q: Folger Library: Undergraduate Research
To Howell Chickering and others similarly interested:
You should get in touch with Peggy O'Brien at the Folger. I don't know what her
formal title is there, but I do know that her commitment to the Folger's
education outreach is very strong. She's done splendid things there with and
for secondary-school students, and I imagine she'd be the best one to help you
with stuff for your undergraduates. I don't know whether she's on the SHAKSPER
network (I don't recall seeing her name listed) but snail-mail will reach her,
as will a phone call to the Folger. Good luck.