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Colson, F. and Hall, W. (1991) Microcosm-HiDES: War and Society 1939-47 - two examples. In: Proceedings of the 9th International Conference of Women Engineers and Scientists, Warwick.

Colson, F. and Hall, W. (1991) Multimedia and the Humanities in the 1990's. In: Proceedings of CATH'91, Durham.

Elliott, T. and Scott, P. D. (1991) Instant-Based Learning and Generalisation-Based Learning Applied to Solving Integration Problems. In: AISB' 91.

Hall, W. (1991) Microcosm - A Brief Introduction. In: Proceedings of the Public Interface Workshop: Designing Friendly Computer Systems, Portsmouth.

Hall, W. and Colson, F. (1991) Multimedia Teaching with Microcosm-HiDES: Viceroy Mountbatten and the Partition of India. History and Computing, 3 (2). pp. 89-98.

Layman, J. and Hall, W. (1991) Applications of Hypermedia in Education. Computers and Education, 16 (1). pp. 113-119.

Lovegrove, G. and Hall, W. (1991) Where Are the Girls Now? In: pp. 33-44, Springer Verlag.

Ward, K. and Hall, W. (1991) Multimedia Development for Engineering Education and Training. In: Proceedings of CATH'91, Durham.

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