Casting the Net:  Information Technology 
for the College Classroom
Tuesday, 13 April 1999
Union College, Freshman Preceptorial Program
Michael Steven Marx
Associate Professor of English
Skidmore College
mmarx@skidmore.edu; 580-5173
 
 

Information Technology:   A Network of Resources for Learners
Organizing and storing course information and resources online

    COURSE HOME PAGES 

 Liberal Studies I:  The Human Experience
 EN 213:  Poetry
 EN 205-D:  Writing Hypertext
    ONLINE RESOURCES
 LS I.029:  Online Writing Resources
 EN 213:  Internet Poetry Resources
      SYLLAWEBS
 Liberal Studies I:  The Human Experience
 EN103:  Writing Seminar I
   

Computer-Mediated-Communication
Synchronous and Asynchronous Environments for conducting classroom discussion and extending the boundaries of the classroom

    CHAT ROOMS

 EN 205-D:  "Composing Your First Hypertext"
 EN 107:  Writing Seminar III--Chat Room Discussion with Joseph Carballo, Dean,
     Intermediate School 174, South Bronx, NY
    HYPERNEWS
 EN 205-D:  "Discussion of 'Going Native'"
    E-MAIL
 EN 107:  Writing Seminar III--"Responses and Reactions to Illiterate America"

Writing and The Web
Interactive opportunities for collaborative writing and composing creatively online

    PEER CRITIQUING

 EN 107:  Writing Seminar III--Online Submission of Papers
 EN 205-D:  Writing Hypertext--Using Hypernews to Critique Projects
    HYPERTEXT
 Bryn Varley:   Restoring Richmond, Virginia
 Joseph Schaeffer:  Hypertext Fiction
 
 
For future reference, you can access this webpage at:  http://www.skidmore.edu/~mmarx/casting.html