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Acknowledgements
   This project especially owes much of its original existence to the wisdom, help, spirit, and encouragement of John Meade at the Learning Systems Group of Washington State University Information Technology, as well as to the general support and spirit of Phil Scuderi, Randy Lagier, Joshua Yeidel, Wei-Chih Jao, Rich Cardon, and Brian Harvey of the IT Learning Systems Group all of whom are accomplishing a magnificent job in developing faculty computer resources. The intelligence, advice, teaching genius, and moral support beyond the call of duty of Paul Brians as well as the unstinting support of Richard Law, Director of General Education, have been the rock on which these pedagogical experiments have been built. However, Professor J. M. Massi of the WSU English department originally pioneered the use of newsgroups, e-mail, and computer networks in her classes. I am grateful to her for laying all the foundations for this project and personally supporting its development with unflagging pedagogical and creative advice. Finally, the most important contributors have been my students over the past three years, with their ambition, willingness, intelligence, and creativity which are everywhere and everyday evident.

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