Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 3, No. 111. Thursday, 28 May 1992.
From: 		Stuart Lee <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date: 		Wednesday, May 27, 1992, 11:19:00 -0400
Subject:	Information Technology Questionnaire
Dear All,
	I was asked by Nicola Timbrell to circulate this accordingly concerning
the use of Hypermedia in various humanities subjects. She would greatly
appreciate as much feedback as possible as the results are going into a survey
she is perfoming for the ITTI project based at Oxford University,
Thanks in advance,
Stuart Lee
CTI Centre
Oxford University Computing Services
Dear Colleague,
The Information Technology Training Initiative (ITTI) funds 24 projects
in the U.K.  The Oxford ITTI project, Hypermedia in Language and
Literature Subjects, aims to develop computer based tools and techniques
for the preparation of teaching and research materials in these
Hypertext is a computer-based application which allows automatic links
between various nodes of information.  Hypermedia is a more general term
than hypertext and is used to suggest that the information exists in
different forms or exists on different media.  Information can be a
piece of text, an image, a sound, or a clip of video.  Hypermedia
techniques are being used successfully in teaching and research in
higher education; the present survey is an attempt to assess the extent
of their use.  We would be grateful, therefore, if you could complete
and return this questionnaire  to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
The results of the survey will be incorporated in a review of
current developments in Hypermedia in Language and Literature to be
published later this year by the Office for Humanities
Yours sincerely
Nicola Timbrell
Job Title:
1.  What are your main teaching areas?
2.  What are your main research areas?
3.  If you are developing hypertext/hypermedia we would be grateful if
you would supply project details.  Attach as many extra sheets as
necessary.  If you have written any articles etc., we would be grateful
for references or offprints.
4.  If you are using hypertext/hypermedia in your teaching/research,
could you give details, hardware, software, courseware, etc.  We are
particularly interested in any evaluation you may have done.
5.  If you are not already doing so, would you be interested in using
hypertext/hypermedia in your teaching or research? Yes/No
If no, please give reasons
PLEASE RETURN TO: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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