The Canadian Committee on History and Computing

Panels at the meeting of the Canadian Historical Association
Ottawa, June 1998

At the annual meeting of the Canadian Historical Association in Ottawa in June 1998, the CCHC sponsored three panels:

Linked titles lead to full-text versions of the papers.


The Classroom Meets the Internet

"The :-) and :-( of Teaching History on the Web"
Allan MacEachern, Department of History, Queen's University
3aam3@qsilver.queensu.ca

"Enseigner histoire et informatique dans une université francophone"
Donald Fyson, Département d'histoire, Université Laval
donald.fyson@hst.ulaval.ca


Using the Web to Develop Critical Thinking Skills

"Who Killed William Robinson? A Web-based Teaching Tool"
John Lutz and Ruth Sandwell, History Department, University of Victoria
jlutz@uvic.ca
http://web.uvic.ca/history-robinson

"Lizzie Borden Meets Web-based Instructional Technology"
Elizabeth Terhume, Department of History, University of Massachussetts at Amherst
eterhume@history.umass.edu

"Valley of the Shadow"
Edward L. Ayers, Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities, University of Virginia
ela@virginia.edu
http://jefferson.village.virginia.edu/vshadow2/


History and Computing in the '90s: Recent Developments in Quantitative Methodologies for Historians

"Guidelines for the Creation of Historical Microdata"
Lisa Y. Dillon, Canadian Families Project, University of Victoria
dillon@hist.umn.edu

"Quantification et synthèse d’histoire régionale, de la saisie à la diffusion des données: l’exemple de la région de Québec" (off-site link)
Marc Vallières, Département d'histoire, Université Laval
marc.vallieres@hst.ulaval.ca

"Historical Databases in the Classroom"
Robert C.H. Sweeny, Department of History, Memorial University of Newfoundland
rsweeny@morgan.ucs.mun.ca


Last modified: 1999-09-15