10.0581 Computers & Texts 13

WILLARD MCCARTY (willard.mccarty@kcl.ac.uk)
Sat, 11 Jan 1997 11:22:33 +0000 (GMT)

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 10, No. 581.
Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities (Princeton/Rutgers)
Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
Information at http://www.princeton.edu/~mccarty/humanist/

[1] From: Mike Fraser <mike.fraser@computing- (46)
Subject: Computers & Texts 13 Online & Call for Articles

I am pleased to announce that Computers & Texts 13 is now available
online. Computers & Texts is the journal/newsletter of CTI Textual Studies.

The URL is: http://info.ox.ac.uk/ctitext/publish/comtxt/


Alan Ford & Barbara Watson, Using Hypertext to Teach the New Testament

Peter Stokes & Willim Stokes, Pedagogy, Power, Politics

Joel English, Metacognition in the Computer-Mediated Classroom: A New

Dan Greenstein, Arts and Humanities Data Service

Toby Burrows, Using DynaWeb to Deliver Large Full-Text Databases in the

Sarah Porter, CommonSpace: A Collaborative Working Environment

Stuart Lee, Unreal City: A Hypertext Guide to T. S. Eliot's
'The Wasteland'

Geoff Ridden, The BookWorm Student Library: Romeo & Juliet

Michael Fraser, Greek and Hebrew Tutors on CD-ROM

Sioban Dillon, A Field Guide to 21st Century Writing

COMPUTERS & TEXTS 14: Call for Articles and Reviews

Articles and reviews are invited for the next issue of Computers & Texts,
the newsletter of CTI Textual Studies. Articles may concern any aspect of
the use of computers in the teaching of the disciplines we support
(literature in all languages, linguistics, theology, classics, philosophy,
film studies, theatre arts and drama). We especially welcome reviews and
case studies of computer resources currently being used in the classroom.
Reviews of relevant books and conference reports are also welcome.

All contributions for Computers & Texts 14 should reach the Centre by
February 28th 1997. Submissions may be made by electronic mail to
ctitext@oucs.ox.ac.uk or mike.fraser@oucs.ox.ac.uk. Submissions on paper
should be sent to the Centre together with an electronic version of the
document (and any image files) on a 3.5" disk.

Articles should not normally exceed 2,500 words and reviews should be
between 500-1000 words. If you feel it necessary to exceed these limits
please contact the Centre prior to submitting your work. Please note that
we reserve the right to shorten contributions where necessary.

Contributions will appear in both the print and electronic editions of
Computers & Texts.

Dr Michael Fraser Email: mike.fraser@oucs.ox.ac.uk
CTI Centre for Textual Studies Fax: +44 1865 273 275
Humanities Computing Unit Tel: +44 1865 283 282
University of Oxford
13 Banbury Road http://info.ox.ac.uk/ctitext/
Oxford OX2 6NN