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Re: End-of-the-year clean-up


Date: Sun May 12 2002 - 06:27:21 PDT

Leslie, I don't know your plan for arranging posters. Would like to hear
anything that works for you. I am thinking about putting all my stuff on a
data base with fields to indicate large categories that would match shelves,
big folders on my shelves. Kind of like: artist, name of poster, art
movement, art method, 2 or 3 D, and where to find in all my stuff. some of
the categories would be for the teachers who borrow to understand what they
are borrowing. Let me know any ideas you might have. Linda W.
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Subject: Re: End-of-the-year clean-up

> Yes, the same. Our library and computer lab close up the middle of May.
The computers then get packed in plastic bags for the summer.I teach the
very last day till 12 noon, when the kids go home. This year the last day
(half a day) is a Monday. I'm interested to see how many of our 550
children come. I will spend a week cleaning and sorting and rearranging,
and then get ready for a course I'm teaching the week of 8 July. Then the
rest of the summer, hopefully can organize all my posters....finally!
> Leslie in Framingham,MA
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