| The handout is a hard copy of a HyperCard stack. A disk containing all the handouts in electronic form is given to any student who requests it. They are encouraged to use this stack as a starter set to which they add their own cards and links, and to use the computers in the university lab if they do not have one at home.|
HYPERMEDIA IN SEMINARS
Despite those innovations, the setting is still teacher- rather than student-directed. This may be an inevitable feature of the lecture setting. It is still show biz. The innovations simply permit the teacher to put on a better show.
I have transformed a solarium in my electronic cottage into a Smart Room, which is my vision of the seminar room of the future (see Figures 10, 11). It differs from the traditional seminar room largely because it contains Caesar. This is a system for pulling information into the room from other computers over the modem, from CD-ROM discs, from videodiscs, from the hard disk and so on (see Figure 12).
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