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St Haffemeyer L'informatique et le dépouillement des gazettes de l'ancien R
St Haffemeyer Data processing and the Analysis of Gazettes From the Ancien R
Donald Haks Two Examples of the Impact of Computer Technology on Historical Editing: The Correspondence of William of Orange 1533-1584 and the Resolutions of the States General 1626-1651
Douglas Harms Smaller and Faster is not Always Better: Using Old Hardware to Teach Content and History to Computer Science Students
Caroline Harth Wolfgang Benz's Enzyklopdie des Nazionalsozialismus
Wu He, Ph.D. Developing an Online Searchable Bilingual Database for Learning about Central American Political History
Stephen Heathorn Quizbuilder, version 1.05a
Stuart D. Hobbs The Barbarians from Poughkeepsie are in the Museum: What Now? (A Review Essay on Computers and Museums)
Stuart D. Hobbs John Durham Peters's Speaking into the Air: A History of the Idea of Communication
Erik Hofstee SuperQuery 1.52, Discovery Edition © 1997
Gina Hogue Using Computer Technology to Enhance Historical Thinking Skills in the United States History Survey Course
Julie Holcomb Print Resources in History and Computing
Julie Holcomb Print Resources in History and Computing
Julie Holcomb Print Resources in History and Computing
Julie Holcomb William Y. Arms's Digital Libraries
Julie Holcomb Secrets of the Super Net Searchers: The Reflections, Revelations, and Hard-Won Wisdom of the World's Top Internet Researchers
Julie L. Holcomb Print Resources in History and Computing
Julie L. Holcomb Beth Salerno's Sister Societies: Women's Antislavery Organizations in Antebellum America
Julie L. Holcomb Susan H. Veccia's Uncovering Our History: Teaching with Primary Sources & David Gerwin and Jack Zevin's Teaching U.S. History as a Mystery
Julie L. Holcomb William G. Thomas and Alice E. Carter's The Civil War on the Web: A Guide to the Very Best Sites
Julie L. Holcomb Elaine Svenonius's The Intellectual Foundation of Information Organization
Julie L. Holcomb Anne R. Kenney and Oya Y. Rieger's Moving Theory into Practice
Julie L. Holcomb Preserving Digital Archives, Preserving Cultural Memory
Julie L. Holcomb Going Digital: Strategies for Access, Preservation, and Conversion of Collections to a Digital Format (Donald DeWitt)
Julie L. Holcomb Kathleen Tyner's Literacy in a Digital World: Teaching and Learning in the Age of Information
Julie L. Holcomb John A. Butler's CyberSearch: Research Techniques in the Electronic Age
Shelley Howe Christo H. Papadimitriou's Turing: A Novel About Computation
Leslie Gene Hunter The Future of Teaching History Research Methods Classes in the Electronic Age