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Credits and Acknowledgments

1997-1998

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VCCS Litonline was developed by a team of VCCS English faculty funded by collaborative Courseware Grants from the Virginia Community College System (VCCS) with additional support from their colleges. Copyright 1997, 1998, 2002, 2004 by the Virginia Community College System. The Web pages and forums are housed on a Front Page server at J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College.  For formal permission to use these materials, see the page For Teachers.

Special thanks to Sadie Cornell, Jamie Leigh, Mark Raby, Bruce Saunders, Sharon Stevens, Kelly Wilcox, and Ruth Winston for support, training, and advice.

 
vccslitonline team

Team 1: From left, standing, Mark Raby, Cathy Simpson, Ron Carter; seated, Rosalind Blunt, Eric Hibbison, Donna Reiss.  Mark Raby hosted the others at his instructional development shop so that we could learn Front Page and how to use it to establish a collection of webs that would be open to all users of the World Wide Web.


Eric Hibbison, Project Director, 1997-1999, 2002,2004

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Ron Carter

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TCClogo.gif (5522 bytes)Donna Reiss,
Founding Project Director, 1997
2002 tncc logoLitonline was reviewed in Summer, 2002, by Michael Weiser, Vic Thompson, and Tom Long of Thomas Nelson Community College.
2004:Team2 Eric Hibbison, Litonline Webmaster, and Jane Rosecrans, who contributed a module on the story, "The Things They Carried" (both of JSRCC), were joinedtncc logo by Michael Weiser  (TNCC), who adapted modules on "seduction poetry" and 

Kelli Olson, adjunct at PVCC who worked with Mary Clare DiGiacomo on the first module about a non-fiction work.

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