Dr. Robin McLachlan divides his time between teaching public and applied
histories at Charles Sturt University, Australia and working as a consultant
on heritage matters. His involvement in the application of information
technology to history education began in the early 1980s with the 48K
Apple II and flat file history-content databases. His current IT work
is focused on the use of the internet in delivering university subjects
to distance education students.
He is on the editorial board of History Computer Review and is a
member of the Program Committee for the 1999 Computers in the History
Classroom Conference (Skidmore, NY). Originally from Alberta, Robin
now resides permanently in Australia for reasons largely climatic.
Robin will present Simulations
and Walkthroughs Miss Traill's House: A DIY Internet House Museum
for Classroom Use.
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