5.0208 CTI Textual Studies Seminar (1/63)

Elaine Brennan & Allen Renear (EDITORS@BROWNVM.BITNET)
Wed, 3 Jul 91 12:33:00 +0200

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Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 5, No. 0208. Tuesday, 2 Jul 1991.

Date: Tue, 2 Jul 91 11:49 BST
Subject: CTI Introductory Seminar, Oxford

There are still a few places left on the following seminar to be held by the
Computers in Teaching Initiative (CTI) Centre for Textual Studies at Oxford
University Computing Service. If you would like to attend please contact
Michele Palmer, CTI Centre for Textual Studies, 13 Banbury Road, Oxford, OX2
6NN: Tel: 0865-273221; Fax:0865-273275; E-mail: CTITEXT@UK.AC.OX.VAX. Closing
Date: Friday 5th July. Payment will be accepted on the day,

Stuart Lee
Research Officer
CTI Centre for Textual Studies


CTI Centre for Textual Studies

Oxford University Computing Service
13 Banbury Road


Wednesday 10 July 1991, 10.30am to 4.00pm

The CTI Centre is holding an introductory seminar to enable lecturers in higher
education institutions to learn about our work. In the morning there will be a
series of talks and discussion sessions about various aspects of the use of
computers in higher education teaching: practical, pedagogic, political,
institutional, etc. In the afternoon we will demonstrate some of the hardware,
software, and courseware available for higher education teaching. There will be
opportunity for participants to try out some of the packages for themselves.
No previous knowledge of computing will be assumed.


10.30am Coffee and Registration

11.00am Introduction to the CTI Programme
Susan Hockey, Director

11.30am Computers in the teaching of textual subjects: an
overview of the resources and major issues
Marilyn Deegan, Research Officer

12.00 Some practical and institutional blockages
Christine Mullings, Research Officer

12.45pm Lunch

2.00pm Practical demonstrations and opportunity for
hands-on experience

3.30pm to 4.00pm Wind-up discussion and tea

The cost of the open day will be 30 pounds, which includes coffee, lunch, and
tea. Participants may be able to obtain funding from their staff development
officer. Cheques should be made payable to Oxford University Computing Service.
If accommodation is required for the Tuesday or Wednesday evening please
contact us.