I couldn't agree more. The new Learning Page looks great and "feels"
even better! I can't wait to share it at our second dissemination next
month. We will be in a lab situation, so we are going to "turn 'em on,
and turn 'em loose."
Congrats and a big Thanks! to Ursula, Judy, Cathy and any others.
> From: BTally[SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
> Reply To: American Memory Fellows
> Sent: Tuesday, February 02, 1999 1:29 PM
> To: Multiple recipients of list AMFELLOWS
> Subject: Re: new Learning Page!!
> Hi Fellows,
> Just wanted to take this opportunity -- on behalf of all of us -- to
> congratulations and THANK YOU to Ursula, Judy, Cathy, and everyone
> else who put
> so much work into our new Learning Page. It looks fantastic, and the
> new design
> appears to me to make using the collections so much easier for
> students, and
> teachers. What do you all think? Please weigh in with your comments
> -- that
> will be the most sincere flattery you can give these hard-working
> One other thought -- looking at new the Learning Page is a great way
> to quickly
> acquaint yourself with some of the terrific new collections that have
> coming fast and thick of late. Buckaroos in Paradise...Dance
> Manuals...Hispano Music Collection... Historic Buildings Survey...
> and more!
> Congrats Judy, Ursula and Cathy!!!
> Bill Tally and the gang
> Subject: new Learning Page!!
> From: American Memory Fellows <[log in to unmask]> at Internet
> Date: 1/29/99 9:55 AM
> Hi Everyone,
> The Learning Page has a new face! Check out our new interface at
> Last year's Fellows got a preview at the institute, but only a taste.
> Ursula Marcum, designer extraodinare and AM collection expert, and
> Young, resident HTML whiz, have been beavering away to make our
> easier to navigate and find.
> You'll see some of the same sections: Search Guides, Learn More About
> And some new ones: Features, Lesson Ideas, Educators' Programs,
> Tools, and New.
> The content is still the same, just easier to reach from the home
> Now - a favor. Give us feedback - all kinds. We'll be tweaking it
> for the
> next three months and would really like your comments to help us make
> the best we can. Contact me ([log in to unmask]) or Ursula ([log in to unmask]).
> Judith K. Graves
> Education Resources Specialist
> National Digital Library Program
> Library of Congress
> Washington, D.C. 20540-1320
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