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Subject:Computers and Teaching From:Stuart Selber <SSELBER -at- MTUS5 -dot- CTS -dot- MTU -dot- EDU> Date:Sun, 11 Apr 1993 14:51:51 EST
I am working on my conference presentation for STC's annual conference and
would like to include those of you who teach technical communication part or
full time and use/require computers during such instruction. Specifically, I'm
curious how you may be using computers in your classrooms and why (a rationale)
and the courses you teach and where. I would appreciate responses to my private
mail (to not clutter the list). I can post my finished research to the list if
people are interested or send it privately to those who respond.
Stuart Selber (sselber -at- mtus5 -dot- cts -dot- mtu -dot- edu)
Michigan Technological University