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>Thank you for contacting ArtsEdNet.
>It can be difficult to share information and images on the Internet, as not
everyone has the same systems and/or software. Sharing images, however, can
be easier than it seems, often just needing a digital camera and some minor
software that allows your computer to read these images off of the Internet.
>Your message will be forward to our listserve administrator for
>Meanwhile, we would suggest your making a few local inquiries as to how you
can get your images up on the Net to be shared with your colleagues.
>Thanks for your input and your enthusiasm.
>>>> "Linda Kelty" <lckelty> 07/23 9:08 PM >>>
>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
>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