Thanks are due to the Open Learning Agency for making the course on which this is based available for rewriting, to the Vancouver Playhouse for permission to use the audio tapes, to the original course designers, Penny Street and Jane Munro, to the original course consultant James Black, to D. Anthony Jenkins for the recording of The Taming of the Shrew and Richard II, to Kate Seabourne of Continuing Studies at the University of Victoria for
enthusiasm and support, to Judy Somers, also of Continuing Studies, for
re-editing the audio tapes, to Ruth Underhill and Hannah King for proof-reading the
written materials and preparing first drafts of the instructions on the use of
the various electronic components of the course, to the students of the first
sections of the course in 1995 who beta-tested it, and to the many institutions
that have given permission to reproduce graphic and written materials.
This page last updated on 28 December 2002. © Internet Shakespeare Editions, 2002.