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tgibbons (tgibbons)
Sun, 6 Apr 1997 22:40:32 -0500

>In answer to the discussion about using kid's photos or art on web
>sites...its probably in your's and your student's best interest to use
>parental permission slips before publishing. Legal or not it can prevent a
>lot of problems and misunderstandings. A great place to get info about
>this is the TENET (Texas Educ.) site. There are several examples of
>policies and forms used by different school districts. Another
>recommendation is to use first names only and avoid pictures of individual
>kids...try using group shots instead or just their art work. This is what
>I do... by the way I'll be happy to share my permission slip. You can
>also check out my web site at:
>I've found that using the site to publish the student's work has been a
>great incentive, not to mention good p.r. Likewise, the middleschool kids
>that I teach get a lot of hands on experience with capturing and
>digitizing their art work this way. Recently I've had one of my classes
>working with animation, and one student just finished animating our home
>page. It seems to work fine with netscape on our macs but let me know if
>any of you discover any glitches. We're planning on using "Goo" to
>animate the Mona Lisa picture on the departures page (which is where you
>can find a link to TENET). Hope this is of some help. Terry

Oops,...I left out a back slash in this recent message's the
correct web site address for those of you interested in middle school art
classes on the web. Please pardon the error!

Terry Gibbons