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Tree Project Survey

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June Julian (jqj3882)
Sun, 3 Nov 1996 16:33:29 -0500 (EST)

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Hello Friends of "A World Community of Old Trees",

In the past 8 months that the project has been on the Web, participants of
all ages from all over the globe have shared personal stories, art,
and information about the oldest, largest, and most extraordinary trees
in the world.

In order to evaluate the World Wide Web as a medium for ecology art
education, your comments on the project would be very much appreciated.

Please visit "A World Community of Old Trees" again. Opening the TABLE
OF CONTENTS at the top of the Main Page will give you a complete
overview of the project. Then, please take a minute to fill out the
following Survey and return it to me.

Thank you very much for your help.
June Julian

"A World Community of Old Trees"

An Ecology Art Project on the World Wide Web

Please answer all 6 items, using the following response categories:
A = Strongly Agree
B = Agree
C = Undecided
D = Disagree
E = Strongly Disagree

______ 1. "A World Community of Old Trees" showed the potential of the
Web for an ecology art project.

______ 2. The research project did not provide opportunity for
interaction among the participants.

_______3. "A World Community of Old Trees" engaged a cross-cultural
group of participants in documenting the oldest trees in their

______ 4. The design of the research project was not conducive to
promoting an understanding of the concept of ecology.

______ 5. "A World Community of Old Trees" was a poor example of a

______ 6. Built into the project was a spirit of openness which allowed
for a variety of interpretations by the participants.

June Julian
"A World Community of Old Trees"
Program in Art Education
New York University

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