The new frontier: Conquering the World Wild Web by mule.
This article offers a close examination of the effects that teaching hypertext markup language (HTML) has on students’ perceptions of class goals in a networked composition classroom. A networked classroom that requires students to send documents using a file transfer protocol (FTP) by command line and view the World Wide Web with a textual browser shifts the emphasis of the class from writing to coding. Helping students identify a balance between computer technology and writing goals becomes essential to a successful classroom.
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Gresham, M. (1999). The new frontier: Conquering the World Wild Web by mule. Computers and Composition, 16, 395-407. doi: 10.1016/S8755-4615(99)00018-3
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