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Analogies used to describe the National Research and Education Network NREN range from the national highway system, to the regional canals, to an intertwined postaltelephone system. Five years from today, I believe the NREN will have earned its rightful place as a new model for building a strong...
This article reviews the present and expected future environments for networkbased electronic publishing and network access to bibliographic and journal databases. Emerging visions of electronic libraries are considered. The difficulties inherent in the development of full text and images as...
The purpose of this article is to describe some recent experiences at the United Kingdom Open University UKOU in setting up computermediated communication CMC support for housebound disabled or otherwise isolated students. The driving force behind this experiment was the important role that CMC...
Email based electronic conferences econferences and journals ejournals are an increasingly popular means of communication for scholars who have access to the academic networks BITNET or Internet. This article explains the technology that allows econferences to form and proliferate, presents...
The Internet computer network is not yet an intuitive or an easily understood environment in which to work. Therefore, new network users in higher education need basic instruction on what the Internet offers and how it can be utilized. Basic training can include an overview of the major academic...
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