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Greetings to All!!!
     Things are really underway with implementing, or shall I say
field-testing our lesson, here in Kentucky.  The State Dept. will be
videotaping the rehearsals and (hopefully) some research (it may have to
be "staged,") which is really exciting.  The performance was moved up to
September the 26th (Ouch!) so, say a little prayer for me each day.  My
first dissemination is Oct. 26th (Ouch, again!) at the KYLMS conference.
     I did purchase a Dell multimedia computer which has been WONDERFUL
to use with the AM site.
     I plan on the students developing a class web page in conjunction
with our lesson, so I really need some help with HTML.
     I've got a class, now, so I've got to go.
     Keep me in touch.

Lydia DiMartino

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> From:         Ron Stoloff[SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
> Reply To:     American Memory Fellows
> Sent:         Sunday, August 30, 1998 3:57 PM
> To:   Multiple recipients of list AMFELLOWS
> Subject:      Re: problem accessing our lesson page on a MAC
>
> At 04:31 PM 8/28/98 -0400, you wrote:
> >Hi Judy,
> >Netscape, when it started, did not have the ability to create web
> pages,
> >only see them. Navigator was the original name of the browser.  You
> could
> >get a souped-up version of Navigator called Netscape Navigator Gold
> which
> >had a web page creator built in. Netscape 3.0 doesn't have a web page
> >creator automatically built in.  That's why you are having trouble,
> most
> >likely - similarity in names has created confusion.
> >
> **SNIP!**
> >If you'd like to learn more about HTML editors - and how HTML works,
> let me
> >know and I'll walk you through HTML 101.  We could even start a
> smaller
> >group to learn about HTML, if anyone would like that.  I know there
> are
> >some folks on this list who could share some dos and don'ts when
> working
> >with students and HTML, right?
> >
> >I am thinking also about developing a mini-course on designing
> instruction
> >for web presentation, ie - how to present a lesson so students can go
> right
> >to it either in the library, at home, or in class.
> >
> >Don't worry about feeling out of your expertise.  There are some
> great
> >folks on this list who have all been there and done that and erased
> files
> >and crashed computers!  There will be someone on the list who can
> help.
> >
> >Judy
>
>
>
> Like your idea about teaching us how to write in html for instruction
> web
> writting.
>
> I'll be your *2nd* student!
>
> Ron Stoloff, Philly
>
> If the gods had intended Man to fly, they wouldn't have given us
> railroads.
>