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Re: On line gallery

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GTBlack
Sun, 2 Nov 1997 22:11:07 -0500 (EST)

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In response to the question of how to create a website that features student
art:

Adobe has put up a few pages for K-12 educators trying to integrate web
publishing into their curricula. It includes a tutorial for how to put up a
page, who to talk to in your district, a glossary of Internet terms and a few
lesson plans for publishing pages for various academic disciplines.
http://www.adobe.com/education/adobeschool/main.html

Teachers who develop a lesson plan related to Web publishing can submit it to
Adobe for their "Internet Publishing Matching Grant". Lessons that are
accepted qualify schools to purchase lab packs of Adobe software at greatly
reduced prices.
http://www.adobe.com/special/education/main.html

Also, look at the NAEA's Electronic Media Interest Group (EMIG) web site.
You will find info on some of the other issues that accompany putting
student work on the web (copyright, parental permission, acceptable use
policies, etc ..... ).
http://www.cedarnet.org/emig

Geoff Black
Orange County High School of the Arts
http://members.aol.com/OCHSAVA


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