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That's fantastic, Lydia
Best of luck with everything - Let us know if we can help.  If folks want
to form a small group for some HTML 101, we can.  We've already got a
volunteer for a facilitator.

Right away, I suggest you go to Linda Joseph's Cyberbee web site.  She's a
'97 AMF and this page in her website is perfect to get you started with
HTML and building a school web page - even has links to audio, color, and
javascript files.  It's at http://www.cyberbee.com/schoolpage/school.html

Judy


At 08:37 AM 8/31/98 -0400, you wrote:
>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
>
>> ----------
>> 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.
>>
>
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