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Re: Getty reply

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From: Woody Duncan (wduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon Oct 28 2002 - 15:29:07 PST


Christa,
        I really would like to know about this "Connect Technology conference
in
early December in LA". It sounds like what I need to be at.
                                                        Please post the info, Woody in KC

Christa Wise wrote:

> Dear Mark and all of you on the list,
> It was exciting to get this message because I am going to the Classroom
> Connect Technology conference in early December in LA. I will be involved
> in an early conference workshop that will allow me to spend a day making a
> video as I walk around the Getty Museum. On the second day we will be in
> the computer lab formatting a virtual field trip.
 
> As an art teacher on a virtual/distance learning team, I was worried that
> the technology conferences would be too techno, too geeky. Actually, being
> on the committee reminds me of being in chess club. But this conference
> offers me something really awesome -- a chance to bring the museum back to
> my students in a personal way, a chance to learn the technology to use
> again and again, and a chance to get to the Getty. Yee ha!

> Is anyone else out there going?
> Christa (in Michigan)

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