“Although it is possible to define a learning environment wherein the student and teacher never actually meet face-to-face this should not be one's pedagogic aim. The need for staff-student contact is still as great as ever, with the teacher's role becoming more important with the use of IT as they are faced with the task of guiding students to appropriate material, whilst at the same time being required to have a greater level of computer-literacy.”

“On-Line Tutorials and Digital Archives or ‘Digitising Wilfred.’” Stuart Lee and Paul Groves. JTAP Reports. The entire article is available at http://www.jtap.ac.uk/reports/htm/jtap-027-1.html; clicking on this link will open a new browser window, which you should close to return to the main page.

New Computer and Technological Resources for Latin Language Instruction