CWRL: COMPUTERS, WRITING, RHETORIC AND LITERATURE/LEARNING
The HyperTexan e-Journal of the Computer Writing & Research Lab at the University of Texas at Austin.
Editor: John Slatin
Assistant editors: Michael Davis, Mafalda Stasi, Greg VanHoosier- Carey, Susan Warshauer.
As the title implies, the main topics of this electronic journal will be issues of textual production in electronic media and the relocation of humanities in a cyberspace community; with particular attention to the pedagogical aspects of all of the above.
Starting from May 1994, CWRL will be available for anonymous FTP at the University of Texas Gopher - gopherhost.cc.utexas.edu, port 70. (UT-Austin/UT Gopher Test Labs/DRC - Division of Rhetoric and Composition
Article submission is open to all: the editors will select the most interesting and relevant articles for publication. A copy of this statement and call for papers will be posted to the internet and to several mailing lists, and also will be available at our Gopher site, together with the guidelines for publication format. The formatting style will be the same as that used by PMC and other established e-journals in the field (see immediately below). Please try and limit yourselves to 5000 words. The authors will also have to include a 300-words abstract of their article. Please send articles and queries to: firstname.lastname@example.org. The submission deadline for the first issue is April 15, 1994. Copyright is retained by the author.
PMC submission guidelines:
'Essay documentation should follow the current MLA format, using parenthetical documentation with notes reserved for discursive text. Because underlining, bold-facing, and other text-formatting features are not available in this medium (at present), PMC uses the following conventions:
^superscript^ (for note numbers)
Because there are no pages in electronic text, we use paragraph numbers, set off to the left of the paragraph indentation. We format essays with a five-space left-hand margin to accomodate paragraph numbers, single-spaced lines, and sixty characters of text per line (which allows the margin plus the line to fit in a standard 65-character word-processing line)'.
IATH-L ... from the Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities, UVA
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