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H-Net at AHA '97
9:30-11:30 a.m. Hilton, Bryant Suite.
THE IMPLICATIONS OF NEW TECHNOLOGY FOR DOING HISTORY: DEMOCRATIZING OR CORPORATIZING
Chair: Douglas Greenberg, Chicago Historical Society
"The Kansas Projects: Essays in Electronic Populism," Lynn Nelson, University of Kansas
"From Website to CD-ROM: Managing the Valley of the Shadow Project," Anne Rubin and Edward Ayers, University of Virginia
Comment: David Bailey, Michigan State University, Janice L. Reiff, University of California at Los Angeles, and Douglas Greenberg, Chicago Historical Society
9:30-11:30 a.m. Hilton, Morgan Suite.
THE DIGITAL CLASSROOM
Chair: Nancy Fitch, California State University at Fullerton
"The Past, Present, and Future of E-Mail and the World Wide Web for College Faculty," Robert Michael, University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth
"H-Africa in the Classroom," Mel Page, East Tennessee State University
"Who Built America in the Classroom," Bill Friedham, American Social History Project
"Configuring Clio: Online Teaching with U.S. Census Data," Paul Bergen, Harvard University and Thomas J. Brown, University of South Carolina
Comment: Kathy Cooke, Quinnipiac College, and Sam Thomas, Michigan State University
2:30-4:30 p.m. Hilton, Bryant Suite.
ROUNDTABLE: USING THE INTERNET TO INTERNATIONALIZE SCHOLARSHIP
Chair: Harold Marcus, Michigan State University
"The H-Africa Family of Lists: Serving Higher Education in Africa and Abroad," Harold Marcus
"Internationalizing American Studies," Kate Delaney, American Embassy Warsaw, and Yoneyuki Sugita, Osaka University of Foreign Studies
"The Fear of the Net, the North European Experience," Thomas Pedersen, Odense University
"Transforming Remote into Nearby: The Australian Experience of H-NET, Humanities OnLine," Alan Mayne, University of Melbourne
"Italian History, Italian Studies and the Americanization by means of the Internet," Franco Andreucci, University of Pisa
Comment: Steven A. Leibo, Russell Sage College/SUNY and H-ASIA
2:30-4:30 p.m. Hilton, Morgan Suite.
CREATING MULTIMEDIA TEACHING TOOLS
Chair: John Reynolds, University of Texas at San Antonio
"The Historian and the Computer Specialist: Balancing Required Skills in Computer-based Teaching Projects," Chris Hackett, Bob Hesketh, and Terry Anderson, University of Alberta
"'Migration in Modern World History': A Course on CD-ROM," Patrick Manning and Gerald Herman, Northeastern University
"A Sense of Place: Building a Classroom on the Web," Ellis L. Knox, Boise State University
Comment: Rebecca Edwards, Vassar College and John Reynolds, University of Texas at San Antonio
2:30-4:30 p.m. Hilton, Green Room. (Joint Session with the Association for the Bibliography of History.)
SOME BIBLIOGRAPHIC DEVELOPMENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES ON THE WORLD WIDE WEB
Representatives from various historical organization, among them H-Net's Mark Lawrence Kornbluh, will briefly discuss the Web plans of their organizations. Comments from the audience will be encouraged.
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