Currents in Electronic Literacy
Fall 1999 (No. 2)
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 Talking About the Web 
A call to analyze the rhetoric we use to talk about the powers and possibilities of the World Wide Web. By Thomas Swiss 

 Constructivism Online: A Survey of Freshman Writing Distance Learning Courses 
A survey on collaboration and student-centered learning in freshman writing courses. By Dan Melzer 
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 Left vs. Right Side of the Brain: Hypermedia and the New Puritanism 
Emotional Literacy through Hypermedia. By Jerome Bump 

 Herbert in Hypertext: Using a Computer for Literary Analysis 
Using Storyspace to chart connections in George Herbert's The Temple. By Laura Kramarsky 

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