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Author Director, Fern Tavalin
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Distance Learning ♦ Rural Vermont Online Art Mentoring ♦ New Standard ♦ Single Community ♦ New Educational Concept ♦ Recent Technological Ease ♦ Community Organization ♦ Social Science ♦ Rural State ♦ Vermont School ♦ New Technology ♦ Student Performance ♦ Art Responding Technology Artt ♦ Innovative Online Network ♦ Introduction High Expectation ♦ New Subject Content Require Collaboration ♦ Web Project ♦ World Wide Web ♦ Needed Resource ♦ Music Composition ♦ Vermont Midi Project ♦ U Department ♦ Limited Resour ♦ Online Art Mentoring ♦ Rural Area ♦ Visual Art ♦ New Area
Abstract : In rural states such as Vermont, it is often difficult to find needed resources in a single community. New educational concepts, new technology, and new subject content require collaboration among those who carry some experience in at least one of these new areas. With the advent of the World Wide Web and the recent technological ease of digitizing images, sounds, movement and text, these collaborations can occur at a distance. In 1995 the US Department of Education provided funds to Vermont schools via the WEB Project, http://www.webproject.org, to build an innovative online network of students, teachers, artists, and community organizations working together to help improve student performance in the arts, humanities, and social sciences. Online Arts Mentoring in music composition (Vermont MIDI Project) and visual arts (Art Responding Through Technology - ARTT) formed the first two groups. 1. Introduction High expectations and new standards placed on rural areas with limited resour...
Educational Role Student ♦ Teacher
Age Range above 22 year
Educational Use Research
Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study