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Subject: Human IT: 3 nyheter
From: Mats Dahlström <[log in to unmask]>
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Date:Tue, 15 Jun 1999 13:34:09 +0100

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Bästa alla,

1. Nummer 1/1999 (med temat "Litteraturens aktörer") av tidskriften
Human IT är nu tillgänglig på webben via tidskriftens toppsida:

(Innehållsförteckning nedan)

2. Även 3/1998 och 4/1998 (tema: "IT och pedagogik") har nyligen
tillgängliggjorts via samma adress.

3. Vi har också lagt in en möjlighet att söka i tidskriftens samtliga

Trevlig sommar!
Mats Dahlström, ITH / Bibliotekshögskolan, Borås
Innehåll 1/99:

Johan Svedjedal: "Busy Being Born or Busy Dying? : The Internet and
New Combinations of Traditional Professional Functions in the Book

Alex Soojung-Kim Pang: "Old Wine for New Bottles : Making the Britannica
CD Multimedia Timelines"

Erik Peurell: "Rapport från en glesbygd på webben : Om svensk vetenskaplig
fulltextpublicering i world wide web"

Jonas Carlquist: "Berättelsens framtid eller den framtida berättelsen
: En diskussion kring Janet Murrays bok Hamlet on the Holodeck : The
Future of Narrative in Cyberspace"

Jonas Ingvarsson: "Seeberg/Cyborg : Svenskt 60-tal och den mediaimpregnerade

Maria Küchen: "Använd datorn som skrivmaskin"

Edward Vanhoutte: "Where is the editor? : Resistance in the creation of an electronic
critical edition"

Espen S. Ore: "'Don't worry' eller 'Mama, can this really be the

Dirk Van Hulle: "Authenticity or Hyperreality in Hypertext Editions : Notes
Towards a Searchable "Recherche"
Mats Dahlstroem / Lecturer, Doctoral Student
University College of Boras, Sweden
Dept of Library and Info. Science
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+46 (0)33-164421, Fax: (0)33-164005
Co-director of ITH: Information Technology
Studies as a Human Science
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