Collection includes slides of project participants, office and classroom space, equipment, source materials, and graphs, 1983-84;
two papers by Peter Lyman on the project, 1983-84; Tiro Project Research Reports, 1984-85; transcripts of interviews with
faculty who participated in the project, 1983-84; paper by William M. Chace on the project presented at a conference, 1984;
and audio cassettes and a transcript of a conversation held in 2006 recalling the project and related academic issues of computer
use. Interviewees in 1983-84 include Michael Bratman, John Etchemendy, John Felstiner, Estelle Freedman, Nancy Kollman, Carolyn
Lougee, and John Perry.
The Tiro Project (named for Marcus Tullius Tiro, Cicero's slave-amanuensis) was designed to encourage humanities scholars
to use computers. It was a joint project between Stanford and IBM between 1982 and 1985.
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