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From: Christine Besack (mrsbeeswax_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Feb 20 2003 - 01:39:57 PST


How to Subscribe to ArtsEdNet Talk
To join (subscribe to) ArtsEdNet Talk:

  a.. Send an e-mail message to: artsednet-request@pub.getty.edu
  b.. In the body of the message type: subscribe artsednet
  c.. Do not include any text in the subject line of your e-mail message
A confirmation message will be sent back to you with detailed instructions on exactly how to use the e-mail discussion group.

Participants

ArtsEdNet Talk focuses on discipline-based arts education with a special emphasis on issues involved in teaching the arts to K-12 students. We expect that the primary audience for ArtsEdNet Talk is arts educators, including both arts specialists and general classroom teachers who are incorporating the arts into their curricula, as well as museum educators who teach K-12 students and university faculty involved in K-12 arts education. Other educators, school administrators, students, and others interested in arts education are welcome to participate.

Complete ArtsEdNet Talk Instructions
To SUBSCRIBE to ArtsEdNet Talk:
Send the following message from your e-mail account:
Send the message to: artsednet-request@pub.getty.edu
In the body of the message put: subscribe artsednet
Do not put any other text in the message area of your e-mail message.

To UNSUBSCRIBE from ArtsEdNet Talk

If you ever want to unsubscribe from ArtsEdNet Talk just send the following message from your e-mail account:

Send the message to: artsednet-request@pub.getty.edu
In the body of the message put the word: unsubscribe
Do not put any other text in the message area of your e-mail message.

ArtsEdNet Talk Digest
There's a way to reduce the volume of mail you receive from ArtsEdNet Talk. You can subscribe to the ArtsEdNet Talk - Digest, which significantly reduces the total number of ArtsEdNet messages you receive and makes it very easy to identify which messages are from the discussion group.
The digest version collects all ArtsEdNet Talk messages and bundles them into a single message, which it sends to you when the total file size reaches a set limit. Right now, given the average size of the messages coming to ArtsEdNet Talk, each Digest usually contains around 8 individual e-mail messages and comes out about once a day. The digest messages have a subject that starts with ArtsEdNet-Digest, so it is easy to pick them out of your e-mail inbox.

In order to respond to any of the messages you read in the digest you must send e-mail to either the ArtsEdNet Talk group (artsednet@pub.getty.edu) or to the individual who posted the message in the same way that you have been doing so far.

If you would like to use the Digest version of ArtsEdNet Talk, subscribe to ArtsEdNet Talk - DIGEST as shown below.

To SUBSCRIBE to ArtsEdNet Talk - DIGEST:

Send a message to: artsednet-digest-request@pub.getty.edu
In the body of the message put: subscribe
Do not put any other text in the message area of your e-mail message.

If you are switching to the DIGEST from the individual message version of ArtsEdNet Talk, you will want to stop all the individual messages and just get the big digest message each day. To do this you must unsubscribe from the individual message version of ArtsEdNet Talk as shown below.

To UNSUBSCRIBE from ArtsEdNet Talk

Send the message to: artsednet-request@pub.getty.edu
In the body of the message put the word: unsubscribe
Do not put any other text in the message area of your e-mail message.

ArtsEdNet Talk Archive
If you would prefer to use a world wide web browser to participate in ArtsEdNet Talk, you can use the ArtsEdNet Talk Archive on the web site. It provides a threaded view of the discussion as well as the ability to sort messages by date, author, subject, or thread.

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