About this site
Includes information about the exciting story of the origins of this site and where these tips come from.
Connecting points to some of the other sites where these ideas come from and to useful sites for writing teachers.
Just about every computer lab has some sort of word processing software, and here are some ideas about how to use word processing in interesting ways.
A variety of ways to use Email in computer labs and beyond in teaching.
"Synchronous" communication means (roughly speaking) "live." Some common examples include MOOs, IRCs, and network-based software like InterChange or Dadelus.
"Asynchronous" communication means (roughly speaking) "not live." Some common examples include newsgroups, web-based mail/news forums, and listservs.
World Wide Web
Student-created web sites, class web sites, "syllawebs," Web-based collaboration, etc.
Stuff that didn't seem to fit well anywhere else.
This site was developed and is maintained by Steve Krause at Eastern Michigan University
Email any comments or suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Updated on April 1, 2000!