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ARTSEDGE: Linking the Arts and Education Through Technology

The ARTSEDGE worldwide web pages and the Arts Information Gallery gopher are provided by the John F. Kennedy Center, with support from the National Endowment for the Arts and the U.S. Department of Education. The web pages are filled with information, including a newsletter about the Arts in K-12 education, Goals 2000 information, links to art and education related resources, stories about teachers who are using the web in the classroom -- and a link to the Information Gallery. The Information Gallery is a collection of information resources about Goals 2000, meetings and conferences, professional development opportunities, media resources, research and more.
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Alternate Title ARTSEDGE: The National Arts and Education Information Network
Date Issued 1997
Notes Site re-reviewed in the "Where Are They Now" section of the November 7, 1997 Scout Report: "ARTSEDGE, provided by the Kennedy Center was, and still is a great K-12 art meta-resource. In addition to an excellent set of links, it is highlighted by a curriculum studio that deals with curriculum frameworks and standards, lesson plans, and a showcase of curriculum projects that incorporate the arts." Originally reviewed as a gopher site; gopher site has been replaced by web site.
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Date of Scout Publication 1994-11-04
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