Judy: I think it might be a good idea to stress to the institute
fellows how really compact or simple you'd like the lesson plans
to be, so they don't spend unnecessary time and effort developing
involved ones as I did, only to have to toss them, at least for
purposes of the Institute. It would certainly be less daunting for
those who have not yet come up with complex plans, too. Alison
>From: "Judith K. Graves" <[log in to unmask]>
>Reply-To: American Memory Fellows <[log in to unmask]>
>To: Multiple recipients of list AMFELLOWS <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: 99 institute
>Date: Wed, 7 Jul 1999 09:32:04 -0400
>As you know the 1999 institute is less than 2 weeks away. This is your
>chance to speak to them. Think back through your experiences with American
>Memory and *the lesson*....
>What would you like to say to them about developing a lesson? What advice
>would you give?
>What would you like us to say to them as new Fellows, meeting each other
>and us Library folk for the first time? What advice would you give them to
>help them make the best use of the week?
>Mike Federspeil and I will have one-half hour on Sunday to talk about
>lessons and expectations. We would be happy to pass along the voices of
>Fellows who've been there, done that.
>So, sweep those summer cobwebs aside and think pithy and sage for a few
>moments and send those comments!
>ps - yesterday was 104 degrees; today is not supposed to break 100 (we'll
>Judith K. Graves
>National Digital Library Program
>Library of Congress
>Washington, D.C. 20540-1320
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