The color images on this site are low resolution scans of my own slides and photographs in my collection. Utilizing the flexibility of hypermedia, the historical material and slides contained here can be can be accessed in a variety of ways, such as by date, style, purpose, and location. This flexible structure allows various approaches to the material.

My collection of 15,000 slides has been amassed over a twenty-year period. I have always used these in my classes, and these web pages provided a way to make them accessible for my students around the clock.

This web site proved to be a very useful adjunct to my course, and with the assistance of a Boston College Teaching and Advising Grant, and undergraduate research assistants provided by the dean of the college, I have continued to develop these pages. A more complete description of the site and its functions can be found in a presentation which I gave at a conference on networked learning in 1998; the presentation can be viewed by clicking on this link.

Undergraduate Research Assistants:

Damion Pisacane (1997)
Christina Briggs (1998)
William J. Cadigan(1997-98)
Robert Hatcher(1998)
James Rowan (1998-99)
Genevieve Cartwright (1999-2000)
Mary Ellen Bielinski (Fall 2000)
Crista Barnes (Fall 2000).