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Leni - got your email and changed the link.  I also emailed Bill Tally with
the updated address.  Your message reminds me of something very important -
lessons may have longer lives than our careers at certain places!!

Would you send me a diskette with your lesson on it - you know how libraries
get about creating archives!

People in the Library are getting excited about seeing these lessons and
it's wonderful to be able to demonstrate to folks here how creative teachers
and school librarians can be with American Memory materials.  Way to go,
Leni and Kath!
Judy


At 12:21 PM 6/2/98 -0700, you wrote:
>Hello Judy!
>
>It's wonderful to see all the pages posted...and to know that many more are
>in the works.  Unfortunately, my last note to you seems to have been lost
>in process (wondered why I hadn't heard back from you).  America Dreams
>will no longer be at Town School when I leave (next week!).  We worked
>feverishly to get it posted to its permanent home last weekend.  Please
>change the link, when possible to:
>http://www.internet-catalyst.org/projects/amproject/toc.html
>
>I'm sorry to have created more work for you :-(
>
>Leni
>
>
>
>>Hi Fellows,
>>Several teams have been beavering away amid term reports and summer plans to
>>get their lessons ready for the 1998 fellows to see.  Kudos (and a care-free
>>summer) go to (in no particular order):
>>
>>John Day and Robert Hines
>>Cory Brandt and Monica Edinger
>>Linda Joseph and Jane Hoover
>>Barbara Wysocki and Frances Jacobson
>>Peter Milbury and Brett Silva
>>Kathleen Ferenz and Leni Donlan
>>
>>Links to their lessons are at
>>http://lcweb2.loc.gov:8081/ammem/ndlpedu/lesson97.html
>>
>>Others who have made the next wave are:
>>
>>Douglas Perry and Wendy Sauer
>>Agnes Dunn and Eric Powell
>>Deborah Pendelton and Jackie Brooks
>>Carol Nickerson and Michael Young
>>Michael Federspiel and Tim Hall
>>Eva Abbamonte and Della Brooks
>>
>>Their lessons are in the process of revision for the web and should be
>>available by the end of the month.
>>
>>Now it's time for some more Fellows to polish their lessons.  Would these
>>groups contact me and tell me your status so we can start the process:
>>
>>Bill Fernekes and Harlene Rosenberg
>>Richard Miller and Gerri Appel
>>Paul Filio and Carolyn Kindle
>>Chris Fricke and Glenda Ritz
>>Mickey Bogart and James Bogart
>>Brian Bindschadler and Jeff Wadman
>>Richard del Rio and Carol Barry
>>Cynthia Stout and Ray Taylor
>>Rebecca Kolb and Martha Callahan
>>Gerald Thurmond and Ken Estrella
>>Kevin Randolph and Alan Fraker
>>Nancy Kerwin and Joelen Mulvaney
>>Laura Wakefield and Joy Penny
>>
>>It's been fun and exciting working with Fellows as they talk about what
>>they've learned with their lessons and working with students with American
>>Memory.  I'm looking forward to hearing those stories from the next group of
>>Fellows as you finish up this school year.
>>Cheers,
>>Judy Graves
>>
>>-------------------------------------------------------
>>Judith K. Graves
>>Education Resources Specialist
>>National Digital Library Program
>>Library of Congress
>>Washington, D.C.  20540-1320
>>[log in to unmask]     202/707-2562
>>http://lcweb2.loc.gov/ammem/ndlpedu/
>
>
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Judith K. Graves
Education Resources Specialist
National Digital Library Program
Library of Congress
Washington, D.C.  20540-1320
[log in to unmask]     202/707-2562
http://lcweb2.loc.gov/ammem/ndlpedu/