HTML virology...

Zhongguo Xiong zxiong at arizvm1.ccit.arizona.edu
Wed Aug 17 18:17:13 EST 1994


In article <cupton.1127527118A at ra.uvic.ca> cupton at sol.uvic.ca ( Chris Upton) writes:

>In Article <MAILQUEUE-101.940817092310.288 at molbiol.uct.ac.za>,
>ED at molbiol.uct.ac.za ("RYBICKI, ED") wrote:
>>Dear colleagues:
>>
>>Inspired by the wonderful workings of the World-Wide Web - and the 
>>excellent virology site, which I can reach now and then - I have 
>>been dabbling in the weirdnesses of an HTML editor in order to 
>>construct a virology "hypertext", based loosely on what I teach 
>>second-year-undergraduates.  That is to say, introductory 
>>molecular-based virology concentrating on replication mechanisms. 

>A great idea!!!


Along this line, are there any people teaching graduate level virology 
(molecular based) courses interested in putting modules in HTML forms?




Zhongguo Xiong, Ph.D





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