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AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION
ANNUAL CONFERENCE

JANUARY 6-9, 2000
Chicago

H-NET: HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES ONLINE
Affiliated Sessions


THURSDAY, JANUARY 6

8:00 A.M.-1:00 P.M. Marriott, Chicago Ballroom Salon D. H-Net Executive Committee Meeting

2:00 P.M.-6:00 P.M. Marriott, Chicago Ballroom Salon D. H-Net Editors Meeting

FRIDAY, JANUARY 7

9:20-11:30 A.M. Marriott, Chicago Ballroom Salon A. Session 1. Pushing the Limits of Technology to Enable New Historical Scholarship

Chair: Marilyn Levine, Lewis-Clark State College

Papers:
"Disparate Voices: The Challenges of Interdisciplinary Cooperation and Invention in Creating the National Gallery of the Spoken Word" Mark Lawrence Kornbluh and Melanie Shell-Weiss, Michigan State University

"Project Endeavour: Explorations in Cross-Cultural Multimedia" Paul Turnbull, Australian National University

"America's 19th Century Crossroads: River Web's Humanities Toolsuite - Concepts and Implementation" Vernon Burton, David Herr and Ian Binnington, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Comment: Marilyn Levine, Lewis-Clark State College

11:20 A.M.-2:30 P.M. Marriott, Indiana Room. Executive Committee meeting

2:30 P.M.-4:30 P.M. Marriott, Chicago Ballroom, Salon A. Session 2. 2nd Annual Bill-Cecil Fronsman Teaching Innovation Panel "New Wine/Old Bottles: Four Accounts of How New Technology and Collaboration Can Make History Personal"

Chair: Kelly A. Woestman, Pittsburg (KS) State University

"Kansas Characters Live and on the Web: Report on an Evolving Student Website and Performance Class" Sara Tucker, Washburn University

"Building Social Networks with Computer Networks: A New Deal for Teaching and Learning" Thomas Thurston, New Deal Network

"Active History: Personal Encounters in the Ivy Project" Steven Park, University of Montana

"Internet Approaches to Global History: Building Community and Creativity through Distance Learning" Michael G. Smith, Purdue University

Comment: Kelly A. Woestman, Pittsburg (KS) State University

4:30-7:00 P.M. H-Net Planning Committees meeting

SATURDAY, JANUARY 8

9:30 -11:30 A.M. Marriott, Chicago Ballroom Salon A. Session 3. Wired for Trouble? The Teaching and Practice of History in the 21st Century

Chair: K. Austin Kerr, Ohio State University

Papers:

"For Better or For Worse: The Marriage of Web and Classroom" T. Mills Kelly, Texas Tech University

"The Rewards of the Virtual Classroom" Ellis L. Knox, Boise State University

0 "'We Shall Be All:' Designing History for the Web" Paula Evans Petrik, University of Maine

Comment: Stanley N. Katz, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University

2:30-4:30 P.M. Marriott, Chicago Ballroom Salon A. Session 4. Students on the Web: Using the WWW in the American Survey

Chair: Fred McFarland, W. W. Norton Co.

"Web Projects for the U.S. Survey" Richard Jensen, RPI, New York

"Student Success at Web Work" Joseph Fitzharris, St. Thomas U., Minnesota a "Using a Web Syllabus: Friend or Foe?" Kriste Lindenmeyer, Tennessee Tech University

Comment: Fred McFarland, W. W. Norton Co.

9:00 P.M.-whenever. H-Net Reception. All are invited. Place to be announced.

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