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Evans, A. and Hall, W. (1988) Gender Inequality and Computer Education. NUT Education Review, 1 (3). pp. 45-51.

Hall, W. (1988) Designing Interfaces for Multimedia Databases. In: Proceedings of the BCS Displays Group International State of the Art Seminar "Interactive Documents: Today and Tomorrow", Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Oxon.

Hall, W. (1988) Multimedia Databases: the Video Book. In: Proceedings of the Computers and Teaching in the Humanities Conference (CATH'88), Southampton.

Hall, W. (1988) The Use of Interactive Video in Undergraduate Teaching. In: Aspects of Educational Technology XX!, Proceedings of the XXIst AETT Conference, Southampton, April 1988. pp. 158-163.

Hall, W. and Lovegrove, G. (1988) Women and AI. AI and Society, 2 (3).

Hall, W. and Stavely-Taylor, B. (1988) An IKBS to Support the Leanring of Ada as a Second Programming Language. Journal of Pascal, Ada and Modula-2, 7 .

Layman, J. and Hall, W. (1988) LOGO: A Cause for Concern. Computers and Education, 12 (1). pp. 107-112.

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