This is from a listserv I'm on. (H-NET LIST FOR MULTIMEDIA AND NEW
TECHNOLOGIES IN HUMANITIES TEACHING <[log in to unmask]>)
It's primarily for higher ed professors, course developers, etc., but
these folks are concerned now with reaching other audiences.
I'm sending it on to you because the Frontline folks at PBS are asking for
input from secondary ed teachers on what they'd like to see included. It's
your chance to have an impact on major television websites - or just to be
aware of another resource in the making.
t 04:26 PM 9/16/98 -0500, you wrote:
>> From: Ned Walpin[SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
>> Sent: Wednesday, September 16, 1998 12:38 PM
>> Subject: Re: Your listserv and Frontline
>> RE>>Your listserv and Frontline
>> Frontline, the PBS documentary/current events program, desires to
>> increase its relevance for secondary and higher education. Our
>> vehicle for doing this is our companion web site, at
>> www.pbs.org/frontline. Indeed, we will soon be inaugurating an easily
>> accessible teacher's center, which endeavors to help teachers utilize
>> the tv program, as well as the supplementary material that we post on
>> the web site, for their classrooms.
>> Nevertheless, we are sure that we do not have all the answers on how
>> we can best help teachers. I would love to hear suggestions from
>> teachers on what an educational web site should contain, how it should
>> be organized, and what you think we need to improve.
>> Additionally, we also would love to hear what you think are the best
>> avenues for us to get the word out about our web site (and tv program)
>> as a resource for education.
>> Please email me at [log in to unmask] with your responses.
>> Thanks so much!
>> Ned Walpin
Judith K. Graves
Education Resources Specialist
National Digital Library Program
Library of Congress
Washington, D.C. 20540-1320
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