The Inconclusive Conclusion

By affording students the opportunity to:

offering literature courses via Internet listservs and WWW covers many "fronts" at once, thus giving students greater access to educational resources and more opportunities to share, in writing, what they have learned/synthesized/connected than ever before. Yes, there are some limitations, as we have seen, but the benefits undeniably outweigh the negatives. Teaching (or rather, providing opportunities for learning) via Internet e-mail and the World Wide Web is still in its infancy, but for those brave enough to take the leap, there is no turning back .