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Research tool on the web

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wduncan (wduncan)
Tue, 10 Aug 1999 19:29:32 -0500

Hey there,
Our school district always has three days of various workshops prior
to the start of the actual duty days for teachers. No pay, but lots of
options to hone our skills or learn new ones before we begin the grind
of meetings and getting our rooms ready. This year I signed up for
computer research skills on the internet. Today I was made aware of a
site available to any teacher to build simple or elaborate study sites
for their students to go to and use for research. You select the topic,
find related links and add questions or guides for your students to
follow. I started mine by locating sites on Chinese Calligraphy. It's
just a start but the objective is to give a location for students to
learn more about it. I put it together quickly to find out how it
works, but I can go back any time and enter my password and add to,
delete or rework any part of it. I know I can put similar pages on my
own web site, but this is set up for any teacher to use who has an
internet connection in the classroom. You can create as many as you
wish. You can use pages other teachers have developed, but not alter
The URL is check it out. If you
are interested in Chinese Calligraphy just use the search engine
provided and put in Chinese Calligraphy as the topic.
Woody in KC


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