Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 5, No. 0375.  Thursday, 28 April 1994.
From:           Tom Blackburn <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Thursday, April 28, 1994
Subject:        Hypermedia Session at SAA
[Editor's note: This brief report was forwarded to me from Bill Godshalk from
a corRespondence he had with Tom Backburn, concerning the Hypermedia Session
at the SAA.  With Tom's permission, I post it to the entire conference. HMC]
There were three presentations at the SAA Hypermedia Session, Michael Best's
<Shakespeare's Life and Times> in Hypercard, now undergoing revision to appear
on a CD, Michael Mullin's very interesting <Our Shakespeares>, a multicultural
look at Shakespeare as produced and interpreted in different cultures. His
CD--almost finished--makes use of a lot of QuickTime movie clips. Then I showed
my rather less polished Hypercard stack which contains QT movies of four
different renderings of two soliloquies each from Hamlet and Macbeth in a
format which makes comparisons easy and which includes study questions,
bibliography,etc. We talked some about such matters as permissions for the
production materials, etc., and briefly about some of the pedagogical uses of
this stuff.

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