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Arts: Scout Report - May 24, 2002


From: BJ Berquist (berquist_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon May 27 2002 - 03:34:32 PDT

7. Portals to the World

Presented by the Library of Congress, Portals to the World is an
database containing selective links that provide information on the
nations and other areas of the world. Countries are arranged
and contain links sorted in areas such as General Resources, Government
Law, Literature and Culture, News and Current Events, Libraries,
and Residential Directories, and much more. Although in a nascent stage,
site provides a vast amount of links for each listed country. When
completed, the project intends to have all the nations of the world
on its Web page. [MG]

14. Television Production: A Comprehensive On-line Cybertext in Studio
Field Production

While it does not grant either degrees or certificates - at this point,
anyway - CyberCollege's Cybertext in Studio and Field Production is a
comprehensive course in television production, from the first to the
stages. Featuring seventy separate modules, or lessons, on the various
stages in the production process, the cyber course is impressively full
bodied and multidimensional -- with full text, audio, and video
Thus, one can read, listen to, and/or watch all that the course has to
offer. Presented by Dr. Ron Whittaker, the modules are accessible in any
order and for any length of time, so learners can return to pick up
they left off, or skip over what they already know. Available in
Spanish, and Portuguese, the course should help send a new generation of
producers on their way. [WH]

>From The Scout Report, Copyright Internet Scout Project 1994-2002.

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BJ Berquist
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