Social Science Computer Review

Volume 23, Number 2

Summer, 2005


Special Issue on History and Computing

 

Coming of Age in Computing / James B. M. Schick

 

Enhancing Latin American History Teaching and Research with Computers / Richard W. Slatta and E. Kalé Haywood


            Academic Computing in Asia: An Overview and a Case Study / Ian Gordon

 

Information Technology and Historians: The Australian Experience / Robin C. D. McLachlan


            History and the Computer in Canadian Institutions: An Overview / Pierre Corbeil

 

ICT in History Education - Scotland and Europe / Peter Hillis and Bob Munro


            American Digital History / Vernon Burton


Non-Symposium Articles

 

What Should We Do Before Running a Social Simulation? The Importance of Model Analysis / Hsu-Chih Wu and Chuen-Tsai Sun

 

A Typology of Real-time Validations in Web-based Surveys / Andy Peytchev and Scott Crawford


Reports and Communications

 

Creating a World Wide Community Security Structure Using Individually Maintained Home Computers: The e-JIKEI Network Project / Yusaku Fujii, Noriaki Yoshiura, and Naoya Ohta


Book Review

 

Democracy and New Media, edited by Henry Jenkins and David Thorburn / Reviewed by Donald L. Beahm