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Currents in Electronic Literacy


Computers, Writing, Research,
and Learning in the Lab

Spring 2002, Issue 6

In this issue
The CWRL Colloquium: A Window into the World of Computer-enhanced Teaching and Learning
by M. A. Syverson, CWRL Director

Teaching with technology
Collaborative Teaching in the Computer Classroom
by Alexandra Barron

Comparing Traditional and Computer-assisted Composition Classrooms
by Sarah R. Wakefield

Converting to the Computer Classroom: Technology, Anxiety, and Web-based Autobiography Assignments
by Miriam Schacht

Multimedia development, multi-user domains, and role-playing
Hell Wasn't Built in a Day: Taking the Long View on Multimedia Development
by Olin R. Bjork

Virtual Spaces, Actual Practices: MOO Pedagogy in the CWRL
by Aimee Kendall and Doug Norman

Playing Doctors, Playing Patients: Multi-user Domains and the "Teaching" of Illness
by Lee Rumbarger

Role-playing Simulations Improve Writing
by M. A. Syverson

Interpreting languages; imagining disability
Towards a Hermeneutic Understanding of Programming Languages
by Clay Spinuzzi

The Imagination Gap: Making Web-based Instructional Resources Accessible to Students and Colleagues with Disabilities
by John Slatin

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