Writing the Information Superhighway
Part II: Look Who's Talking Now (1/26-2/9)
One of most common uses of the Internet is electronic communication through e-mail and electronic conferencing. Numerous techniques exist for communicating with others for personal, social, and academic reasons. And, there are special ways of communicating on the Internet. During this part of the course, we will examine various communication technologies like e-mail, usenet, listservs, IRC, MOOS, as well as issues of netiquette and how to get what you want.
Project II: Look Who's Talking Now
Project II Support Materials:
Writing the Information Superhighway Navigation Panel
As a class we've been finding and sharing ftp, gopher and WWW sites and usenet and e-mail groups related to our research interests. Most of those are now collected in our Hotlinks Research Repository.
If you are using a browser that supports web mail, you can now contact us through our class e-mail group at email@example.com. Drop us a line!
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org comments or questions.