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Jeffery G. Barlow Bernardo A. Huberman's The Laws of the Web. Patterns in the Ecology of Information
Jeffery G. Barlow Going Global
Jeffrey Barlow Back in the Twentieth Century: The Development of The Journal of the Association for History and Computing 1997-2009
Jeffrey Barlow With Many Thanks...
Jeffrey Barlow Paradigms of World History and American Technology
Jeffrey Barlow Authority Levels
Jeffrey Barlow Netwar
Jeffrey Barlow About this Issue
Jeffrey Barlow The Painful Transition To Electronic Scholarship
Jeffrey Barlow Upon the Occasion of Posting Our Second Issue
Jeffrey Barlow Editorial Statement
Jeffrey G. Barlow The Internet, R&D, and U.S. policy in the Taiwan Straits
Jeffrey G. Barlow Education, The Internet, Securities, and Security
Jeffrey G. Barlow Globalism and Changes to the Internet: Editorial Essay
Jeffrey G. Barlow Introduction to Volume IV, Number 1
Jeffrey G. Barlow "Three Years In..."
Jeffrey G. Barlow Research Globally, Post Locally: Which Documents Should Be Digitized?
Jeffrey G. Barlow Come to the Millenium...
Jeffrey G. Barlow A Peer-Reviewed Web Ring for Students and Teachers of History
Jeffrey G. Barlow Doing Asian Studies On the Web
Jeffrey G. Barlow Quality, Imprimaturs, and Rings
Jeffrey G. Barlow The Languages of Historians, the World Wide Web, and the Journal of the Association for History and Computing
Jeffrey G. Barlow Notices of Conferences and Events
Jeffrey G. Barlow Exemplary Practices for Electronic Evidence (Project Épée)
Candace R. Benefiel Librarians on the World Wide Web and the Field of History: Changing Faces, Changing Places: Historical Research in the Academic Research Library in a Period of Transition
Jeremy Boggs Online Exhibitions
Jeremy Boggs History of Science and Technology: An Eclectic List
Jeremy Boggs Electronic Resources Column
Jeremy Boggs Electronic Resources Column
John Bonnet Jay David Bolter and Richard Grusin's Remediation: Understanding New Media
John Bonnett Following in Rabelais' Footsteps: Immersive History and the 3D Virtual Buildings Project
John Bonnett Panel Introduction: 3D Virtual Environments and the Discipline of History
John Bonnett How We Became Posthuman: Virtual Bodies in Cybernetics, Literature, and Informatics (N. Katherine Hayles)
John Bonnett Design By Numbers (John Maeda)
Onno Boonstra Teaching History & Computing - a Modular Approach
Jana Borovickova Historical Computing in the Czech Republic
Steven D. Branting Hic Sunt Dracones - Filling in the GIS Map for the K-12 Classroom
John I., III Brooks Implementing an Internet-Enhanced History Teaching Environment
Jim Brown Using GIS to Drive Research in Undergraduate History Classes - A Report on Five Years of Experimentation with the Modern World History Survey Course
Philip Brown Exploring Historical Space and Environments in the History/Social Studies Classroom: Discussion and Reflections
Philip Brown Exploring Historical Space and Environments in the History/Social Studies Classroom II: Introduction
Philip Brown Exploring Historical Space and Environments in the History/Social Studies Classroom: A Guest Editorial and Introduction
Steven Burt Manufacturing Understanding: Brain-based Learning and the Internet in the High School Classroom