J. P. Ashworth

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She has a first degree in English and French, a Masters degree in computer-aided learning and a doctorate in Computer Science from Loughborough University. She is currently principal researcher for the COSTART project, Studies of Computer Support for Creative Work: Artists and Technologists in Collaboration. Her main research areas are creativity,(More)
The Academic Computing Center provides instructional and research support to faculty, students and staff of the University of Virginia through a variety of computer resources (mainframe, micro and minicomputers) and services (including consulting, user training, professional programming and data entry). During the '85'86 academic year, the University of(More)
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