4.1089 Notes: Call Bibliography; Sidney Michaelson (2/59)

Elaine Brennan & Allen Renear (EDITORS@BROWNVM.BITNET)
Mon, 25 Feb 91 22:59:53 EST

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 4, No. 1089. Monday, 25 Feb 1991.

(1) Date: 25 Feb 91 09:42:34 gmt (35 lines)
From: P.Burnhill@edinburgh.ac.uk
Subject: Re: CALL Bibliography

(2) Date: Mon,25 Feb 91 10:35:13 GMT (24 lines)
From: DJT18@hull.ac.uk
Subject: Sidney Michaelson

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Date: Mon,25 Feb 91 10:35:13 GMT
From: DJT18@hull.ac.uk
Subject: Re: 4.1058 Queries (6/104)

CALL Bibliography

The ReCALL Software Guide, published August 1990 by the CTI Centre for
Modern Languages, University of Hull, lists around 300 items of software
suitable for use in language teaching in higher education. It includes
sections on Authoring Tools, Databases, Dictionaries & Translation
Tools, Language Learning, Languages for Special Purposes, Multilingual
Word Processing and Other Applications. We are not claiming that it is
a complete list of CALL software, but many academics have found it
useful. It is available from the CTI Centre for Modern Languages,
University of Hull, Cottingham Road, Hull HU6 7RX, at a price of six
pounds sterling in the UK, seven pounds overseas surface mail, or eleven
pounds overseas airmail. Cheques to be made payable to the University
of Hull.

June Thompson, Information Officer, CTICML

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Date: 25 Feb 91 09:42:34 gmt
From: P.Burnhill@edinburgh.ac.uk
Subject: Re: 4.1063 Conferences (2/91)

A number of your readers who knew Professor Sidney Michaelson or admired his
contribution to their field may not yet have heard this sad news.

The following appeared on all mainframes in Edinburgh at the end of last week:

Professor Sidney Michaelson

It is with deep regret that we learnt this morning of the death on Thursday
night of Professor Michaelson. To those of us who have worked with him
over many years, his unique presence will be sorely missed.

Subject Professor Michaelson
>From J.Butler <ECSC62@uk.ac.edinburgh.emas-a>
Date 22 Feb 91 10:36:30 gmt

Though doubtless many people will wish to make their own tributes to
Professor Michaelson there may be others who are not able to. If anyone
wishes to send me text by electronic mail I will arrange for a fair copy
to be printed as a note on headed paper and forwarded to his family. I
am sure he would consider this entirely appropriate. I would ask
contributors to supply a full name and address.