Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2000 12:51:06 -0400
From: "Maureen McInerney"
Hi, I'm looking at the ArtiFAQ 2100 Web Site as a potential "Cool Site" award winner. Would you please e-mail the name/s of the school/s the 10th and 11th grade students are from.
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Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2000 10:11:21 -0700
From: Tim K email@example.com
I have linked to "Why Is The Mona Lisa Smiling?" on my main Duchamp page at http://www.freshwidow.com/duchamp-aug96.html, and at http://www.MarcelDuchamp.org (which is also www.Duchamp.org). Over the next week or so I will also be adding it to some other link pages I maintain as well.
Congratulations on your great site and the fine work done by the students of John F. Kennedy High School!
Date: Tue, 26 Sep 2000 15:04:38 -0400
From: Eve Smith firstname.lastname@example.org
CC: Maria Finison
Thanks for your message and for sharing news of your school's Web projects. We appreciate learning about how technology is being used to explore the arts and to engage students in learning.
We produce articles or original content for the Open Studio Digital Canvas magazine on an irregular schedule, and mostly feature the work of Open Studio grantees. However, two other Benton projects - Connect for Kids and the Digital Divide Network - regularly write about the impact technology is having in the nonprofit sector. In fact, the Digital Divide Network just sent out a Call for Submissions for "first person" articles. I have listed the information below for your reference, along with the name of the Benton staff member who is coordinating submissions. You may want to consider writing an article about the student's efforts and collaborative technology projects.
In the meantime, I will forward your message to my colleagues in both projects so they can be aware of your work.
Thanks again for your message.
Open Studio: The Arts Online
Eve@benton.org www.openstudio.org********************** Digital Divide Network Call for Submissions: One of the Digital Divide Network's (http://digitaldividenetwork.org) primary goals is to provide our audience with a diversity of voices. We are encouraging people to submit articles that address the digital divide from a social, cultural, political or economic perspective. Our goal is to provide a forum for educators, policy professionals, and practitioners in the field to share their experiences so that others, in similar positions, might learn from these experiences. Our audience would like to hear your unique perspectives. Would you be interested in writing a 700-2000 word article? If you are interested, please contact me: Kade L. Twist, Policy Associate, Communications Policy Program, Benton Foundation; Email: email@example.com; Telephone: 202.638.5770; Fax: 202.638.5771. *************************
Date: Wed, 27 Sep 2000 14:33:25 -0400
From: Wilson, Maggie MWILSON2@Fayette.k12.ky.us
Thank you so much for sharing the two web projects with me. Your students are to be commended on doing such a wonderful job. I would be pleased to include the projects on Learning with Technology. I will be linking the projects in two different locations:
1. Internet Links Arranged by Curriculum Area, Art Internet Sites
2. Creating Web-Based Activities
Also, I will make a point to show off your students' web projects when I am presenting sessions on Creating Web-Based Activities to teachers and at conferences.
Again, thank you for sending us links to such great student work!
Technology Resource Teacher
Fayette County Public Schools http://www.fayette.k12.ky.us/instructtech/trt1
Date: Fri, 29 Sep 2000 17:33:41 +0100
From: Penny firstname.lastname@example.org
Many thanks for writing in. After a lot of thought this end, we've placed your projects in our "Creativity" area as we have a new section for Art-related items - http://www.happychild.org.uk/nvs/cont/artwork/index.htm, and this whole area of the website is receiving a lot of feedback at present.
We're planning to add a link also from the Leonardo da Vinci page in Mike Tipper's Accelerated Learning area - see http://www.happychild.org.uk/acc/tpr/gtm/0598ldav.htm , and we'll also mention your projects on our Latest News page.
If you're able to add a link to Project HappyChild (any page) from somewhere on your school website, this would be much appreciated.
email@example.com***************************************************** Project HappyChild - linking children all across the world http://www.happychild.org.uk * Latest News: http://www.happychild.org.uk/nvs/news/index.htm **************************************************************
Subject: Congratulations! :) Date: Sun, 01 Oct 2000 14:31:22 -0700 From: Alyse Rome firstname.lastname@example.org Organization: Amazing Kids! To: email@example.com
Congratulations! Your amazing students at John F. Kennedy High have received the Amazing Kids! of the Month award from Amazing Kids! Your students hard work on ArtiFAQ 2100 is proudly on display as our October Amazing Kids! of the Month on the Amazing Kids! website at: www.amazing-kids.org/kids10-00.htm#art
Could you please take some time to review the story carefully and let me know if there are any typos, or any errors that need fixing? The story will be featured for the entire month of October on our website, and will remain in our archives indefinitely, at the same URL.
You and your students can be very proud of the hard work and dedication you have put into creating ArtiFAQ 2100. I know the website will serve as an excellent art history learning tool for other students, and hopefully help inspire some to create their own artistic visions of the future too.
Keep up the great work, Steve. Your commitment to your students' education is fantastic!
Amazing Kids!TM - Helping Kids Realize Their Potential, One Kid at a TimeTM
Get inspired! Visit the Amazing Kids! website at http://www.amazing-kids.org for inspiring stories about Amazing Kids, see some wonderful art and writing created by kids, or to enter the animation contest! Click on the "Contests" button for the rules. Thank you for your support! :)
3, 2, 1 . . . Launch!!!
Date: Mon, 2 Oct 2000 12:29:06 -0400
We’re less than three weeks away from the CyberSurfari FALL Launch!
Also, we would love it if you could publicize the program in any way. Some ideas are to send e-mail to your users, mention your participation in a newsletter or just post a blurb on your site! Reply to request any sample materials.
We are so happy to have you participate and appreciate your time and support.
Please contact me with any questions.
Date: Mon, 2 Oct 2000 21:15:22 -0700
From: Melissa McHarg firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear Mr. Feld,
Thank you for your submissions to StudyWeb. We received these hyperlink submissions through either the Global Schoolhouse or the Lightspan Partnership educational resource websites:
Title: Learning About Leonardo
Title: Intro to Art
We are pleased to inform you that your hyperlink suggestions have been accepted for inclusion on the Lightspan Partnership websites. It is our pleasure to add quality websites such as yours to our own educational resources.
You will find a review of "Learning About Leonardo" and "Intro to Art" at the following locations:http://www.studyweb.com/links/150.html http://www.studyweb.com/links/5232.html
Thank you again for your suggestions, and congratulations.
Sincerely, p>Melissa McHarg
The Lightspan Partnership
Date: Wed, 4 Oct 2000 11:04:28 -0200
Thanks for your e-mail. Magic Links - Finished Projects is a section restricted to projects developed by Yazigi Students. Yet, we have a collaboration page where I could link the Art project, as long as you could link us some where on your site.
I'll share your link with my workmates anyway.
Hope to hear from you again
Raquel de Sousa
Content Manager & Teacher
Yazigi Internexus Florianopolis
Date: Wed, 04 Oct 2000 09:23:56 -0400
Thank you so much for the web site recommendations. I just visited each of them and I am very impressed!
Congratulations on your students' hard work and receiving first place in the challenge!
You'll find my recommendation of the site at http://boards.parentsoup.com/messages/get/psweb18/3.html Once again, thank you very much and I welcome you to feel free to post any other sites you find enjoyable and educational for families.
Deb aka twoki
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Subject: Re: Link recommendation
Date: Mon, 20 Dec 1999 14:12:34 +0900
From:"Maya M.Hara" email@example.com
CC: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com,firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear Mr. Feld,
Thank you for your e-mail to the Kyoto National Museum.
I visited your site and it looks great. We would be happy to link our site to yours, if you link our Museum Dictionary for Kids on your site (http://www.kyohaku.go.jp/mus_dict/dicovere.htm). Please let us know. Since I will be on holiday for a month, please respond to our Web Site Director, Melissa Rinne (email@example.com).
Again thank you for taking the time to write us. Happy Holidays!
Maya M. Hara
Maya M. Hara Curatorial Assistant Department of Information and Archives
Kyoto National Museum 527 Chayamachi, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto 605-0931 Japan
Tel. +81-75-531-7516 Fax +81-75-531-7719 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Wed, 15 Dec 1999 11:31:14 -0600
From: "Scott Beveridge" email@example.com
We will take a look at your site and consider it for inclusion in our upcoming links section.
Thanks for writing and notifying us of your resources!
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