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Re: Computer Technology in the Art Room

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Susan Bennett (sbennett)
Sun, 10 Oct 1999 09:10:18 -0400


I am using the computer from home. I bring in ideas and resources that I
obtain from this subscription and web sites I pick up along the way. I have
plug ins for computer, but have not been able to obtain one. I have asked
numerous times. I won $!,000.00 last year and was able to purchace a tv vcr
combination. My goal is to hook in a computer to this and be able to share
with the classes things I do research on from the web. I am in an elementary
school. I have a fantastic room and set up and would like to do something
like Woody from Kansas does. I am persitent though and my pricinpal is
aware and supportive, but as of yet no computer. Reasearch indicates that
those who do not keep up with technology are left behind. Certain subject
areas are more vulnerable and are excluded. We may need to be more
aggressive with our needs in the public sector. Susan in Ohio
-----Original Message-----
From: Elizabeth D. Abbott <edabbott>
To: artsednet.edu <artsednet.edu>
Cc: ekozub <ekozub>
Date: Saturday, October 09, 1999 9:18 PM
Subject: Computer Technology in the Art Room

>I am a new subscriber doing some graduate work in art education. I am
>looking for some input on how technology is being used in your
>classrooms. I would like to get a sense on how computers and relevant
>software are being integrated into the art curriculum. How many
>computers? How do students use them (management)? What kinds of
>assignments are you doing? Are you using Web resources?
>
>Looking forward to some input,
>Liz
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