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Art Reproduction Survey

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Nancy Walkup (walkup)
Fri, 28 Mar 1997 08:33:48 CST6CDT

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Dear ArtsEdNet Folk:

To provide information to encourage the development of the most
useful and significant visual art resources for art educators, I
would appreciate your response to the following questions and
requests. Please reply only to me; I will share the results on
ArtsEdNet Talk at the conclusion of the survey.

To provide a little incentive for you to respond, I'll draw
a name from all the responses I receive by the end of the day
next Friday (April 4) and send the winner a copy of either our
resource guide on Japanese art & culture or my resource guide on
the art and cultures in New Mexico (winner's choice!).

Thanks so much for your time and assistance.

Nancy

1. Please indicate your area(s) of interest in art education:

elementary art education
middle school art education
high school art education
college or university art education
museum education
other

2. Please number the following visual art resources in your
order of preference (1=most preferred, 7=least preferred):

large art reproductions (poster-sized)
small art reproductions (small prints or postcards)
slides
overhead transparencies
CD-ROMs
laser discs
World Wide Web access

3. Why do your prefer your first choice in #2?

4. What features do you most prefer in large art reproductions?
Please number the choics given in your order of preference
(1=most preferred, 6=least preferred):

only the image of the artwork
information about the image included on the back of the
reproduction
information about the image included on the front of the print
information about the image included in an accompanying teacher
guide
information about the image included both on the back of the
print and in an accompanying teacher guide
information about the image included both on the front of the
print and in an accompanying teacher guide

5. Why do you prefer your first choice in #4?

6. Do you prefer to obtain prints already laminated or would you
rather laminate them yourself?

7. What kind of information would you most like included with
any art image resource?

8. Please list any specific art images you would like to see
available as large reproductions.

9. Please add any comments you would like to share.

Nancy Walkup, Project Coordinator
North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts
PO Box 5098, University of North Texas
Denton, TX 76203
817/565-3986 FAX 817/565-4867
Walkup


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