If you have a projector for the computer you are using you can project the
images from a disk. We have one machine in our dept., but more will be
needed in the future. I also predict that all images will be this way soon
and the slides will be a dinosaur.
> [Original Message]
> From: Maggie White <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: TeacherArtExchange Discussion Group
> Date: 7/10/2005 8:29:19 PM
> Subject: [teacherartexchange] slides to digital format?
> Hi, all,
> A new teacher who attended my NAEA session just e-mailed and asked if I
> could send her copies of the pictures I showed to go along with the
> lesson plans. They are all in slide format. I could send her duped
> slides, or prints made from slides that she could have made into
> overhead transparencies; is it also possible to have them transferred to
> CD-ROM? Would she be able to project images from the CD onto a screen?
> I am completely ignorant of digital technology and don't know how this
> works. I think there's a local lab that can do stuff like that. It
> seems a lot of schools no longer use slides.
> Maggie, ignorant and proud of it, man
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