A User-Friendly Electronic Mail System to Support Correspondence Instruction
Pugh, H. Lauren
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Computer networks now span the globe and can link users of electronic mail (e-mail) across great geographic distances. Networks fink computer users via local, regional, national, and worldwide networks which provide access to other users and computer- based resources. Using a network, an instructor can tutor a student who is hundreds or even thousands of miles away. Tutor and student do not have to be at the same location or working in the same timeframe; a message dropped into an electronic mailbox will be read where received, when its recipient reads the e-mail.
Educational Technology, December 1992.