Apologies to the list. I haven't had my morning tea.
Still, it gives me another opportunity to invite Fellows to help us reach
others. I've already used this tool to reach librarians in Alaska who had
no other means to learn about our site.
Again, apologies and best wishes for a happy holiday season,
At 08:44 AM 12/7/2004 -0500, you wrote:
>I'm glad that you'll try to check in to the conference. It's a new medium
>for us and we are trying to test it with our content. There are challenges.
>As for an IP test of the video equipment, that would have to be with the
>equipment in the Learning Center, not our new center in the Adams
>Building. The Adams network is in the process of converting from token
>ring to ethernet, so our equipment isn't hooked up for IP, only ISDN.
>The Learning Center IP address is: 188.8.131.52. The equipment is always
>on, so you could try connecting at any time. Try to pick a time when we on
>the east coast wouldn't be likely to be using it so you won't risk getting
>a busy signal.
>Congratulations to you both on the work you continue to do. I'm sure the
>participants of your workshops are the beneficiaries of many wonderful
>ideas and tips for using primary sources in their work. These electronic
>bells and whistles can only do so much; it's always the people that make
>the ultimate connection.
>Happy holidays to you and yours,
>At 01:09 PM 12/6/2004 -0800, you wrote:
>>Good morning/afternoon Judy,
>>Carolyn and I will try connecting to your web conference on Wednesday
>>December 8 at 11:00 PST.
>>We would also like to test our newest video equipment and try to connect
>>via ip. If you could forward contact information we will make all the
>>Carolyn and I continue to schedule/develop/present workshops showcasing
>>digital primary source materials from the Library and the Archives. This
>>year we have scheduled three workshops in Nevada, two in the Panhandle of
>>Florida, and one in Volusia County, Florida. All of them are part of
>>Teach American History Grants. We have just finished delivering a primary
>>source workshop in Marcopia County, Arizona. The focus was a little
>>different. Primary source content was researched/developed and activities
>>were presented using Reading/Language Art strategies grades 2-8. Very
>>challenging, very successful!
>>Dispute efforts by our congressional delegation we were unable to obtain
>>full partnership (funding) to the Adventure of the American Mind
>>consortium, but continue to operate as the only associate partner to the
>>Happy Holiday Season,
>>George and Carolyn Breaz
>Judith K. Graves
>Digital Projects Coordinator
>Library of Congress
>101 Independence Ave., SE
>Washington, DC 20540-4604
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Library of Congress
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Washington, DC 20540-4604
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