Tools for Students in the Perseus Digital Library

Authors

  • Anne Mahoney

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1558/cj.v18i2.269-282

Keywords:

Digital Libraries, Hypertext, Foreign Language Curriculum Standards

Abstract

The texts, maps, timelines, and other tools of the Perseus Digital Library can help students learn not only the classical languages but also something about classical culture. All of the tools work together, and references to other relevant information are offered automatically along with each page of text. This article introduces the digital library to Latin and Greek teachers.

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Published

2013-01-14

How to Cite

Mahoney, A. (2013). Tools for Students in the Perseus Digital Library. CALICO Journal, 18(2), 269–282. https://doi.org/10.1558/cj.v18i2.269-282

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