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On Sat, 16 Nov 1996, Diane Gregory wrote:
> Hi All!
> I am teaching an art education and technology course next semester at Southwest
> Texas State University for the first time.
> It is a new and required class for art education majors. We have eighteen students
> enrolled. We will have one Macintosh computer for each student and other
> peripheral devices. We will have a fiber optic connection for e-mail and world wide
> web access using Netscape. We have KidPix, ClarisWorks, Micro-soft Word,
> Dabbler, PhotoShop, Macro-Media Director and QuarkX-Press. We will have a black
> and white laser printer and a color ink jet printer and color scanner. We will have an
> ethernet network. All students will have an e-mail account and will be subscribed to
> The course meets twice a week for 2 1/2 hours each time it meets for a total of five
> hours a week. We will also have the computer lab open during the evening for after
> class work.
> Does anyone have any suggestions for me? What topics do you think should be
> covered? What issues should be covered? What assignments do you think would
> be beneficial? Does anyone else out there teach such a course? Any help would
> be appreciated. Thanks a lot!
> Diane C. Gregory, Ph.D.
> Associate Professor of Art Education
> Art Education and Technology Specialist
> Department of Art & Design
> Southwest Texas State University
> San Marcos, TX 78666