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I have had transparencies made at the local printing shop. Many of the
reproductions I have used come from books,so there are copyright issues
that must be dealt with. Here it has meant signing a release stating the
transparencies are to be used for educational purposes only and often
the printer limits transparencies to five "copies" per book.
Hope this is helpful,
On Thu, 29 Aug 1996, Sears, Ellen wrote:
> Anyone have a source for color transparencies of artwork (instead of slides
> or prints)? I do much better with them instead of slides, and I can put
> another transparency on top and write/draw over them. I've pulled
> some out of a Social Studies teacher's guide, but would love to have more.
> I have some books of postcards on artists/styles..., does anyone know of a
> source for more?