Lily Kerns wrote: > > How about it art teachers and art education people--how many of you > have a home page or a section on your school's web site? Wouldn't a list of > these be a neat way of sharing? > > If you will send me your URL and a sentence or two about the special > features of your site, I'll make a list for everyone... > > I just got my site up (We're in the process of moving so there is still more > to do!) There is a template for an "art gallery" to display students' art > work, and an HTML "tester" to view the effect of colored text and graphics > against various backgrounds. In a couple months (when the dust settles!)) I > will include some art lesson samples. > > I am especially interested in ways to use a browser for local web pages on > computers with no internet access, so if you have ideas for this, please share. > Lily Kerns (CWKerns) > > Visit: The Busy Teacher's Web Kit > http://rampages.onramp.net/~dkerns/lily/
I am just starting a new web page, after having started two others. I learn so much
This time I hope to keep it low key, but offer valuable information for art teachers.
My site is called: The Art Room. The special features of my site will include: art on
line, lesson plans and on-line art activities. Of course, please give me some time to
develop all of this, but I would like to have my page included in your listing.
Diane C. Gregory, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Art Education
Art Education and Technology Specialist
Department of Art & Design
Southwest Texas State University
San Marcos, TX 78666