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Lesson Plans


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Sandra Hildreth (shildret)
Wed, 20 Mar 1996 20:17:06 -0500

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I thought it was worth sharing with everyone on Artsednet.

The National Museum of American Art has developed online services which
make available a vast array of educational resources, interactive features,
and information about the museum and its collections. Visit the NMAA
Homepage from your Web browser at From the
homepage, access the hypertext "Educational Programs" for instructional
materials and lesson plans. From there, access the hypertext
"Educational Outreach" for information about the Internet discussion
list TEACHART. To join the conversation among art educators on
TEACHART, send e-mail to listserv. Leave subject line
blank. In body of message, type: subscribe TEACHART yourfirstname
yourlastname. To read articles from the museum's award-winning
journal _American Art_, reach NMAA's gopher and ftp sites via
GOPHER and FTP at or, via the WWW, at
gopher:// To utilize the museum's research
databases, connect to the Smithsonian Institution Research
Information System via Telnet at For America Online
clients, National Museum of American Art Online features monthly
contests and online chats. To get there, click GO TO,
keyword: nmaa. To contact an online host, send e-mail to