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Perspectives on the Use of Internet in Art Classrooms ARTICLE


Art Education Volume 49, Number 6, ISSN 0004-3125


Maintains that access to full internet capabilities can benefit students in their art instruction and allow for life-long art-based learning. Describes the activities of a Nebraska middle-school art class that used the Internet in their research and study of cultural images and societal heroes. (MJP)


Heise, D. & Grandgenett, N.F. (1996). Perspectives on the Use of Internet in Art Classrooms. Art Education, 49(6), 12-18. Retrieved September 22, 2018 from .

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