J. Hilton


The age of electronic telecommunications has been with us for some time and an increasing
number of Classicists from all over the world are now using, or thinking of using,
electronic means of communication. The potential of this technology for the exchange of
information is being realised more and more fully as greater numbers of researchers and
teachers make use of what it offers. A few Luddites remain. But what does this new
medium offer people engaged in research and teaching in the Classics? What financial
commitment is involved? How easy is it to become a proficient user?

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7445/38-3-4-540


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