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Technology report on Web

The Committee on Education Via Advanced Technologies (EVAT) has issued a final report on the World Wide Web incorporating such technologies as the Internet, CD-ROMs, hypertext, hypermedia, multimedia, personal portable communication, personal portable computation and interactive television.

The report is designed to be read on the Web because it contains a number of reference links designed to show the advantages of the Web in disseminating information.

What other committee report, for example, has built into itself an audio tape of aviatrix Amelia Earhart talking about the role of women? The report is available at .

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on August 16, 1995.

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