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Another computer art fwd.
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From: "Michelle H.Harrell" <mmhar>
Subject: Re: computer art curriculum
Date: Fri, 18 Jun 1999 14:12:52 PDT
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Hi! I'm also looking for ideas for a computer art curriculum. Our state
doesn't have one written and I've written up a new course for my middle
school next spring "Visual Composition" using computer art. I'd like to
start a dialog for all of us who are doing this. Let me know what ideas you
receive. Listed below are some of my favorite links.
Making on-line tests http://www.it.utk.edu/itc/courses/html4/quiz.html
Michelle H. Harrell
North Garner Middle School
Garner, North Carolina
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