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RE: ideas for list serve
[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]Kimberly Anne Herbert
Sun, 25 Jul 1999 10:49:21 -0500
This discussion comes up not only on every list serve, but every time a
family member gets on line. Please do not send attachments to the main
1. They may be incompatible with some people's computers
2. Cute joke attachments may actually be viruses, worms or other harmful
files you don't know about until it is to late
3. Unlike text jokes the person receiving the attachment has no choice about
their computer being tied up for minutes or even hours.
4. Just because it is a picture file does not mean it will download quickly.
Recently it took 9 hours to download some pictures that the newspaper
insisted on e-mailing to us.
5. Some list members may be on high speed lines, but others are in areas
with slower connections
1. Send a post about the attachment you want to share list members who what
it can e-mail you off list and you can send it to them off list
2. Create your own web page or do one with your students and share the link
3. Maybe an alternative bulletin board/list serve that specifically allows
attachments could be set up (www.onelist.com will let you set up a list
serve of your own).
San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts and Children's Art Museum
[owner-artsednet.edu] On Behalf Of Linda Kelty
Sent: Friday, July 23, 1999 11:09 PM
Subject: ideas for list serve
I have been participating in the list for art teachers to communicate and I
really appreciate it. It's wonderful to be in contact with other art
educators for sharing ideas, brainstorming, researching and supporting each
other in our isolated positions.
There has been some discussion about how nice it would be to have graphics
available on the list. I received a wonderful cartoon done by one teacher
about art that the whole list probably would have appreciated. It would be
great to see what kind of art work the individual teachers do. It would
also be wonderful to share the work of our students online. I don't know
how to accomplish putting images on line yet, but would make an effort to
learn if I could actually use it. I know my school has a digital camera and
a scanner. It would help so many of us to share images with lesson ideas,
or to share grade level results so that we could compare ability levels and
needs. Art is so visual that we hunger for images to share. Thank you for
any consideration you can give this idea. Linda Kelty in Iowa