Perseus: An Interactive Curriculum on Classical Greek Civilization, A Proposal to the Annenberg/CPB Project

Crane, Gregory
Mylonas, Elli
Martin, Thomas
Nagy, Gregory
Heinrichs, Albert
Hemans, Frederick
Morell, Kenneth
Marchionini, Gary
Smith, D. Neel
1988

Traditionally, students of the humanities have encountered barriers in their learning. The primary sources of their studies are often physically inaccessible and difficult to assimilate. In Perseus, therefore, we have begun to use the technology of interactive computing and the dense storage capacity of optical disk to create a vast, highly cross-referenced database of textual and visual informati... read more

Subjects
Greece-Civilization-To 146 B. C.-Software
History, Ancient-Computer network resources
Classical Literature-Computer network resources
Perseus Project
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/25362
ID: tufts:PB.001.001.00004
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