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I am re-posting a message I posted last week, because I still have not
got gotten many responses from art teachers. I figured it's worth
To my fellow grad students who have asked for copies of my findings, I'm
afraid there's not much to share: all I'm doing is collecting art
teachers' emails to me and sharing them in my class. Thanks for being
Original post follows:
> From: Kathryn A Rosenfeld <rosenfka.edu>
> Date: Tue, 13 Feb 1996 16:34:43 -0500 (EST)
> Subject: Art students and the Internet
> I would like to hear from art teachers whose students have used the
> Internet as a learning resource for art education. Please send brief
> decscriptions of ways in which your students have done art research or
> other activites online, or have used the Internet in some way to complete
> an art assignment or activity.
> I am a graduate student doing a class presentation on art education and
> the Internet. It is very informal, and your description need only be a
> few sentences. If possible, please say what specific Internet resources
> your students have used (IE, a specifc Website they visited). Please
> email me directly. My presentation is on the 22nd, so please send your
> responses before then. Like I said, it's very informal.
> Thanks in advance for your help!
> rosenfka.edu "ART IS NOT OPTIONAL"
> University of Cincinnati - Art Education -printed on rock
> outside the Art
> Academy of Cincinnati