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I wanted to do a presentation on Matisse
and had some color pictures in a book that I wanted to blow up some how.
( take slides using a book stand, opaque projector, color transparencies, color copies ???)
I took them to our computer lab and our technology teacher scanned them (20 photos) and put them in a slide show and dropped them in my "Hand work in Here" folder.
Now I can pull these up and using a graphic converter program I put them in order and can show them using a projector in my room.
I don't know the technology but I think this is soooo great to be able to do Art History lessons this way. No more of the messy stuff listed above!!!!
I'm wondering how many of you already do this? Am I behind in finding out about this great resource?
(I also use the slide show with my photo students. They scan their completed photos and make a 6-slide show on a sequence of events. It's fun to go to the computer lab for the class critique and show them on the "big screen")
Jefferson High School
4001 W. 102nd St.
Bloomington, Mn. 55437
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