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CTI-TEXTUAL-STUDIES
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 6, No. 0173.  Monday, 6 March 1995.
 
From:           Michale Popham <
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Date:           Friday, 3 Mar 1995 14:13:42 CST
Subject:        NEW: CTI-TEXTUAL-STUDIES - Computers and Textual Studies
 
CTI-TEXTUAL-STUDIES on 
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   CTI-TEXTUAL-STUDIES is a moderated list used by the CTI Centre for
   Textual Studies to disseminate information of interest to academics
   served by the Centre, primarily those who use computers in the
   teaching of literature, linguistics, philosophy and logic, religious
   studies and classics, film studies, theatre arts and drama.
 
   The Computers in Teaching Initiative (CTI) Centre for Textual Studies
   is one of twenty-three subject-specific centres based around the
   United Kingdom aimed at increasing and enhancing the use of computers
   in Higher Education.
 
   To subscribe to CTI-TEXTUAL-STUDIES, send the following command to
   
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                 JOIN CTI-TEXTUAL-STUDIES Your Name
 
   For example:  JOIN CTI-TEXTUAL-STUDIES Mike Popham
 
   The Centre for Textual Studies offers advice and support to UK higher
   education institutions on all computer-aided resources for the
   subjects covered by this mailing list.  Please visit our World Wide
   Web page for further information:
 
      URL: http://www.ox.ac.uk/depts/humanities/cti.html
 
   Owner: Mike Popham, Centre Manager <
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   The CTI is funded by the Higher Education Funding councils of
   England, Scotland, and Wales, and the Department of Education for
   Northern Ireland.
 

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