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Re: Portfolios and Displaying Work

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Lily/Clair Kerns (CWKerns)
Sat, 21 Mar 1998 18:26:33 -0600

Why not display them on a web page?? If you have a school page--great! If
not you can put them on a local web page to be viewed in your computers'
browsers. Art work can be scanned or photographed and scanned, taken from a
video camera image or digital camera, or done in a graphics program. It
needs to be saved as a .gif or .jpg and (easiest) placed in the same folder
or directory as the html file below. (There are shareware or freeware
programs for working with the images..) Talk to your technology persons (or

The script below will give you a very simple image gallery. Copy and paste
it into your word processor and save it as a text or better, .htm or .html
file and open it in your browser. Change only the lines that are at the
left--the indented lines should not be changed--unless you know what you are
doing <G> Copy and paste the individual image sections as many times as
needed. There are many HTML tutorials on the web--some of them are for
beginners <G>

Don't be afraid to try making a simple web page--its all very simple and
logical. Now a complicated page can get--well, complicated, but getting
started is easy--and a great way to get your students' work published!
Another approach is to use student work as screen savers or wallpaper....Or
have students prepare a portfolio of their work for conference time or to
show at a PTA meeting.....Lots of possibilities!


Grade 3 Gallery


Grade 3 Gallery


<!--Copy and paste this section as many times as needed
for your gallery-->

image filename <!--(e.g. hand.gif)-->

"> </A> &nbsp;

Name_____ Teacher_____
<!--end of individual image section-->


image filename <!--(e.g. hand.gif)-->

" >nbsp;

Name_____ Teacher_____