Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 3, No. 26. Friday, 31 Jan 1992.
Date: 		Tue, 28 Jan 1992 12:31:00 -0500
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Subject:  	CTI Centre for Textual Studies, Open Day
			    CTI Centre for Textual Studies
			OUCS, 13 Banbury Road, Oxford OX2 6NN
				Introductory Seminar
			Friday 20 March 1992, 10.30am to 4.00pm
The CTI Centre is holding an introductory seminar to enable lecturers in
higher education institutions to learn about our work. In the morning there
will be a series of talks and discussion sessions about various aspects
of the use of computers in higher education teaching: practical, pedagogic,
political, institutional, etc.  In the afternoon we will demonstrate some of
the hardware, software, and courseware available for higher education teaching.
There will be opportunity for participants to try out some of the packages for
themselves.  No previous knowledge of computing will be assumed and the open
day will be aimed at people unfamiliar with the CTI.
10.30am 		Coffee and Registration
11.00am			Introduction to the CTI Programme
			Marilyn Deegan, Director
11.30			Computers in the teaching of textual subjects: an
			overview of the resources and major issues
			Stuart Lee, Research Officer
12.00pm			Some practical and institutional difficulties
			Christine Mullings, Research Officer
12.45pm			Lunch
2.00pm			Practical demonstrations and opportunities for hands-on
3.30 to 4.00pm		Wind-up discussion and tea
The cost of the open day will be #35.00 (pounds), which includes coffee, lunch,
and tea.  Participants may be able to obtain funding from their staff
development office.  Cheques should be made payable to Oxford University
Computer Services.  If accommodation is required for the Thursday or Friday
evening, please contact us.
Please reply to the address below by 6th March 1992.
Michele Palmer
Administrative Secretary
CTI Centre for Textual Studies and
Office for Humanities Communication
13 Banbury Road
Tel: 0865 273221
Fax: 0865 273275
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