All links checked, March 4th, 1997.
On Every Page
Each page making up this hypertext has the following external links:
- The link DaMOO, which originally pointed to http://lrc.csun.edu:8888, is the home page of DaMOO, the MOO on which all the conversations included in this article were conducted.
- The link *Jesters, which originally pointed to http://lrc.csun.edu:8888/1919, is a link to the MOO mailing list, *Jesters where comments about the project were and are posted.
- The link Studies, which originally pointed to http://lrc.csun.edu:8888/1421, is a link to an annotated URL room on DaMOO, for posting of URLs to different MOO studies.
- The link CFP, which originally pointed to http://lrc.csun.edu:8888/745, is a link to an annotated URL room on DaMOO, for posting of URLs to different calls for participations.
- The link CMC, which originally pointed to http://lrc.csun.edu:8888/1389, is a link to an annotated URL room on DaMOO, for posting of URLs to different hypertexts about computer mediated communications.
The use of logs and survey forms
On many of the nodes, we have links to the "Jester Project" MOO meeting logs. Around these links are excerpts from the conversation that occured there. These links will not be marked on this page. They can be recognized by the URL: http://lrc.csun.edu/DaMOO/logs/jesters/<date>.html.
We are also using quotes from the survey we conducted. Links to the survey responses will not be marked here. They can be recognized by the URL: http://lrc.csun.edu:8888/mailitem/1920/<number of response>.
The external links for "Jesters Get Serious"
- The link Teaching and Technology TNT, which originally pointed to http://tweety.csun.edu/tnt.html, is a link to a report written for the provost of California State University, Northridge, describing how to incorporate more technology into the teaching at that university.
- The link Promotion, Tenure and Academic Recognition Guidelines, which originally pointed to http://www.daedalus.com/promo/promo.html, links to "ITC & CCCCCCC Project to Establish Guidelines for Promotion, Tenure, and Academic Recognition of Those Working with Computer Technology."
- The link Inter*versity, which originally pointed to http://dewey.lc.missouri.edu/rhetnet/iv-dec96/, links to the December 96 discussion on "Inter*versity", a hypermail forum, in the thread "Crowds or Quiet," the participants talk about the need to MOO to understand MOO.