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Call For Papers: Teaching Southern Literature with Technology

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  • David Herr
    ... Call For Papers: Teaching Southern Literature with Technology Proposals are sought for papers on the theme of teaching southern literature and culture with
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      Call For Papers: Teaching Southern Literature with Technology

      Proposals are sought for papers on the theme of teaching southern
      literature and culture with technology, for presentation at the April 2000
      meeting of the Society for the Study of Southern Literature in Orlando,
      Florida. Papers can address any topic covered by the theme of the panel,
      including but not limited to the following: teaching with existing
      electronic resources; creating electronic resources for use in the
      classroom; using educational technologies in the southern-literature
      classroom; teaching southern literature through distance-education and
      distributed learning technologies; teaching hypertext fiction and non-fiction.

      Please email a 500-word abstract of your paper by October 20, 1999, to
      channon@.... Responses will be sent by email by November 5, 1999.

      The Society for the Study Of Southern Literature meets April 6-9, 2000, in
      Orlando, FL. This year's conference theme is "The South in the New
      Millennium." More information can be obtained from the conference website:
      http://pegasus.cc.ucf.edu/%7Eenglish/sssl2000/sssl2000.html



      Charles Hannon
      Instructional Technologist
      Box 439
      Gettysburg College
      Gettysburg, PA 17325

      phone: (717) 337-6697
      fax: (717) 337-6666
      http://www.gettysburg.edu/~channon



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      David Herr
      Editor H-SOUTH
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