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Subject:Re: Java in Educational Web Pages From:David Jones <dvjones -at- KSBE -dot- EDU> Date:Fri, 25 Oct 1996 08:23:19 +0000
A good list covering the use of Web pages (and related topics) is the
WWW Courseware Development list. My subscription's at home, so I
don't have the subscription address info, but you could find it on
On 25 Oct 96 at 7:50, Shmuel Ben-Artzi wrote:
> Fellow listmembers,
> Could I please request that answers to Ed Savitz's query about the
> use of Java applets, NetMeeting, etc. be made to the list. I am also
> very interested in the subject, as I will soon begin work on just
> such an educational project. I'm sure that there must be others who
> would like to see this material as well.
David Jones, Technical Writer
dvjones -at- ksbe -dot- edu
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