7.0186 CFP: Computers & Texts (1/43)

Tue, 14 Sep 1993 17:26:01 EDT

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 7, No. 0186. Tuesday, 14 Sep 1993.

Date: Tue, 14 Sep 93 14:30 BST
Subject: _Computers & Texts_ CALL FOR PAPERS

Computers & Texts CALL FOR PAPERS

Newsletter of the CTI Centre for Textual Studies

Computers & Texts has now been running for over two years and is the newsletter
of the Computers in Teaching Initiative Centre for Textual Studies, based at
Oxford University Computing Services. It has a selection of short articles
relating to computer-aided learning in textual studies, a section devoted to
the Office for Humanities Communication, and has a mailing of over 2,000
world-wide. This issue will concentrate on software development.

Format: Submissions should be of approximately 1000 words although this is open
to discussion with the editors. Footnotes should be limited and placed at the
end of the article. References to published works should be of the form (Smith,
1992) with full bibliographical details given at the end of the article. Screen
dumps are accepted, preferably in TIFF or PICT format for the Macintosh.

Deadline: 15 October, 1993

Computers & Texts (issue 6)
This issue will continue on from some of the themes explored in Computers &
Texts 5. In the last issue problems of integrating software into the classroom
were discussed. In this issue we would like to focus on the pedagogical
implications of the designing and creation of new software. We would like
contributions from anyone who has written their own software with relation to
the teaching of humanities subjects, in particular those of literature,
linguistics, classics, theology, theatre arts & drama. Material is especially
welcome on interface design, structuring the software, and evaluation

Send all details to:

Lorna Hughes or Stuart Lee
Research Officers
CTI Centre for Textual Studies
Oxford University Computing Services
13 Banbury Road