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I am a graduate student at Illinois State University about to embark upon
an extended project dealing with paperless classes (classes using only
email, turbogophor, WWW, anarchie, Mosaic, etc. . .) and I was wondering if
anyone had seen any journal articles/books on this subject. I am a bit
overwhelmed. If you have any suggestions/comments/article tips, could you
please email me directly at the address below. I appreciate any help I can
prsawyer -at- rs6000 -dot- cmp -dot- ilstu -dot- edu