What Humanities Scholars Want Students To Know About the Internet: Alternative Paths for Alternative Endpoints | Computing Ed Research - Guzdial's Takehttps://computinged.wordpress.com/2023/07/17/what-humanities-scholars-want-students-to-know-about-the-internet-alternative-paths-for-alternative-endpoints/
The first thing requested:
- She wanted students to know that there are things called databases.
I feel like my life would be easier if this was more common knowledge.
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