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CASE STUDY # 1
October 1997

On-line museum collection guides for adults and children: An exploration of the Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive's on-line resources

  • Guide to the Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive Collections for Adults http://www.bampfa.berkeley.edu/search/collectionguides.html

  • Guide to the Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive Collections for Kids http://www.bampfa.berkeley.edu/education/kidsguide/kidsplash.html


    Summary points from the October 21, 1997 meeting discussion:


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    CASE STUDY # 2
    November 1997

    Exploration of promising practices of arts-based web sites: A look at the Rural ArtsNet, an Internet-based educational program of the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, with special focus on the Claes Oldenberg portion, its on-line resources and related educational materials / activities

  • Rural ArtsNet web site at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis http://www.walkerart.org/ruralartsnet/
  • The Claes Oldenberg portion of the Rural ArtsNet site http://www.walkerart.org/artsnetmn/whatsart/oldenb.html


    Summary points from the November 23, 1997 meeting discussion:


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    CASE STUDY # 3
    January 1998

    Performing arts institutions: A survey of on-line educational resources

  • Cal Performances http://www.calperfs.berkeley.edu
  • Kravis Center for the Performing Arts http://www.kravis.org
  • Ordway Performing Arts Center http://www.ordway.org
  • Orange County Performing Arts Center http://www.ocartsnet.org
  • San Diego Opera http://www.sdopera.com
  • Wexner Center for the Arts http://www.cgrg.ohio-state.edu/Wexner/education/education.html

    Summary points from the January 20, 1998 meeting discussion:


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    CASE STUDY # 4
    February 1998

    Commercial on-line educational resources for K-12 teachers and students: An exploration of two web sites

  • Computer Curriculum http://www.edscape.com
  • Scholastic Network http://www.scholasticnetwork.com


    Summary points from the February 17, 1998 meeting discussion:


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    CASE STUDY # 5
    March 1998

    Two topics: Commercial on-line educational K-12 resource sites (continued) and media literacy on-line: Exploration of three web sites

    Topic 1: Commercial On-line Education Services (continued)

  • Computer Curriculum http://www.edscape.com
  • Scholastic Network http://www.scholasticnetwork.com

    Topic 2: Media Literacy Projects on the Internet

  • The Media Literacy Online Project at University of Oregon http://interact.uoregon.edu/medialit/homepage
  • Workshops for Media Literacy http://www.aa.edu/media/workshops/workshops.html
  • Media Literacy http://www.health.org/medltnew/index.htm


    Summary points from the March 24, 1998 meeting discussion:


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    CASE STUDY # 6
    April 1998

    Two topics: Educational CD-ROM: * The Orlando Museum of Art Pre-Columbian Art Multimedia CD and general discussion of performing arts / museum-to-school collaborative multimedia projects--the pros and cons of using CD-ROM's or the Internet

    * The Orlando Museum of Art "Pre-Columbian Art" CD-ROM features dozens of QuickTime Virtual Reality movies of Pre-Columbian art objects. The CD was the outgrowth of a collaborative project between the Orlando Museum of Art and the Orange County Public Schools, with all interactive multimedia features having been created by high school students using HyperStudio software.

    Summary points from the April 21, 1998 meeting discussion:


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