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interactive e-book

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Clair/Lily Kerns (CWKerns)
Thu, 13 Nov 1997 08:02:23 -0600

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I just found a fascinating web site that has given me all kinds of ideas:
Flame City (an interactive e-book)
http://www.steinkrug.demon.co.uk//the_city.htm

I'm not sure just how easy organizing the project would be--probably start
very small!-- but it would be a great creative writing project; use it for
a social studies report for a specific time and/or place; a science
project--perhaps the "newspaper" reporting on science/biology observations
of a local ecology; even as a non-verbal art project with image map links
to exploring --and expanding upon --parts of a master image.

It would also be a geat way to get art integrated into other curriculums.
I suspect that if this is going to happen in creative ways, art teachers
often need to take the initiative. I'm curious--what kind of ideas does
this spark for you?

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