by Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities, Rutgers and Princeton Universities in New Brunswick, NJ .
Written in English
|Statement||Lisa R. Horowitz.|
|Series||CETH technical report -- no. 2, Technical report (Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities) -- no. 2|
|Contributions||Horowitz, Lisa R., Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||45|
CETH Workshop on Documenting Electronic Texts: May , , Radisson Hotel, Somerset NJ. New Brunswick, NJ: Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities, Coldewey, John C. "Teaching and Technology." ADE Bulletin (): "Computers and Communication in The Humanities: A Survey of Use/Mullings." Program 28 (): CETH, electronic text centers, and the humanities communitiy CETH, electronic text centers, and the humanities communitiy Marianne Gaunt To a great extent the work of humanists and electronic text center librarians is at the forefront of realizing the potential of new media for research and instruction. It goes beyond how the library typically is viewed in the digital arena. TR No. 2: CETH Workshop on Documenting Electronic Texts (May , -- Radisson Hotel, Somerset, NJ. by Lisa R. Horowitz, September "Electronic Book Technologies' DynaText is being used for electronic network publishing of the finding aids. At this time the only version of DynaText available for use on the Internet is X- Windows. Constitutional change and democracy in Indonesia [electronic resource] / Donald L. Horowitz; Horowitz: a biography of Vladimir Horowitz / by Glenn Plaskin; CETH Workshop on Documenting Electronic Texts: [held] May , , Radisson Hotel, Somerset, NJ / L.
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