Volume 30, Number 1, January 1996
: Low-level typographical spellchecking: A proposal.
Volume 30, Number 2, March 1996
Seth R. Katz
: Computers and teaching literature: Introduction.
: What's all this hype about hypertext?: Teaching literature with George P. Landow's The Dickens Web.
Seth R. Katz
: Current uses of hypertext in teaching literature.
: Professor-created computer programs for student research.
Volume 30, Number 3, May 1996
Donald W. Foster
: Response to Elliot and Valenza, "And then there were none".
: Traditional and emotional stylometric analysis of the songs of Beatles Paul McCartney and John Lennon.
Volume 30, Number 4, July 1996
: A rationale for teacher education and CALL: The holistic view and its implications.
Gary F. Simons
: Conceptual modeling versus visual modeling: a technological key to building consensus.
Volume 30, Number 5, September 1996
: Bringing Bacon home: The divergent progress of computer-aided historical research in Europe and the United States.
Lisa Y. Dillon
: Integrating nineteenth-century Canadian and American census data sets.
Volume 30, Number 6, November 1996
Sally Jo Cunningham
: Machine learning applications in anthropology: Automated discovery over kinship structures.
John Robin Allen
: Ten desiderata for Computer-Assisted Language Learning programs: The example of ELSE.