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TDNA eBulletin, Volume 1, Issue 3, March 20, 2008

Description: Monthly newsletter of the Texas Daily Newspaper Association (TDNA) describing the organization's news and activities as well as other information of interest to readers. This issue includes a summary of the TDNA annual meeting, and an announcement that at President's Dinner on March 10, New Braunfels HeraldZeitung Publisher Doug Toney was named the 2007 Taggart Award winner.
Date: March 20, 2008
Creator: Texas Daily Newspaper Association

TDNA eBulletin, Volume 1, Issue 2, February 15, 2008

Description: Monthly newsletter of the Texas Daily Newspaper Association (TDNA) describing the organization's news and activities as well as other information of interest to readers. This issue includes information about the upcoming annual meeting in San Antonio and news that online newspaper readership sets a new record in 2007 (more than 3.6 million), according to the Newspaper Association of America.
Date: February 15, 2008
Creator: Texas Daily Newspaper Association

TDNA eBulletin, Volume 1, Issue 1, January 30, 2008

Description: Monthly newsletter of the Texas Daily Newspaper Association (TDNA) describing the organization's news and activities as well as other information of interest to readers. This issue includes updates about changes in TDNA board membership; news that TDNA and the Texas Press Association are developing a website to provide public notices published by Texas newspapers; information about publisher changes; and notes about the upcoming TDNA Annual Meeting to be held in San Antonio.
Date: January 30, 2008
Creator: Texas Daily Newspaper Association

[IVAE Information Bulletic, Winter 1992]

Description: A newsletter created by The Getty Center for Education in the Arts and published through IVAE. There are several articles including one by Nancy Reynolds that covers the NTIEVA Summer Institute and DBAE program.
Date: Winter 1992
Creator: The Getty Center for Education in the Arts

[ReSource: The University of North Texas Research Magazine]

Description: A magazine titled ReSource, The University of North Texas Research Magazine. One of the articles covers the Discipline-Based Art Education style employed by the North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts and other consortia established and partially funded by the Getty Center for Education in the Arts. There are several other articles in the magazine as well.
Date: 199u
Creator: Guest, Charlotte Menger; Read, Hill Patterson, III; Redding, Rogers W.; Shelton, Susan; Barnes, Carolyn N.; Witt, Peter A. et al.

[Colonial Art Company brochure]

Description: A brochure sent to Carl Compton from the The Colonial Art Company showcasing various prints from famous artworks.
Date: May 12, 1941

Bulletin of North Texas State Teachers College: Number 166

Description: Monthly bulletin produced by North Texas State Teachers College providing information about schools and colleges on campus including their history, programs, and course offerings. This issue discusses the school's library.
Date: June 1945
Creator: North Texas State Teachers College

The Happy Christmas Art of Rudy Fuchs

Description: Four pages of the Dallas Morning News Scene Magazine featuring an article about Rudi Fuchs written by Betty Cook.
Date: December 7, 1973
Creator: Cook, Betty

North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts newsletter, vol. 4, no. 3., Fall 1993

Description: Photocopy of the North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts newsletter, volume 4, number 3, from Fall 1993. Some of the topics of the newsletter include the 1993 Summer Institute, the selection of Dr. D. Jack Davis as the first Dean of UNT's School of Visual Arts, planning for the future institute, the NTIEVA mission statement draft, and upcoming retreats, and seminars. The final page lists several exhibits coming to the museums and details their dates and locations.
Date: 1993
Creator: North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts

[TAET Update, February 1992]

Description: A newsletter from the Texas Association for Educational Technology, TAET Update, February 1992. Included in the newsletter is a call for nominations and a call for proposals along with an attached call for participation form to the Texas Educational Technology Conference, November 5 - 7, 1992 in Galveston, Texas.
Date: February 1992
Creator: Texas Association for Educational Technology

Teaching Thinking Skills To Distant Learners

Description: A newsletter, Teaching Thinking Skills To Distant Learners by Steven G. Sachs. The thinking skills project was a collaboration between three community colleges in Virginia, Blue Ridge, Germana and Northern Virginia. Steven G. Saches is an Associate Dean, Instructional Technologies and Extended Learning at Northern Virginia Community College and the newsletter discusses the approach to distant learning problems and how to over come them.
Date: 1991
Creator: Sachs, Steven G.

[TEA Direct Line, Fall 1991]

Description: An educational newsletter, published by the Texas Education Agency. Their newsletter, TEA Director Line, report to teachers, publishes articles and information on the current and upcoming happenings within the public educational system.
Date: Autumn 1991
Creator: Texas Education Agency

Testing and the Process of Change

Description: An article, Testing and the Process of Change by Brent Wilson, published in Design for Arts in Education. The National Assessment is a project designed to evaluate the effectiveness of the educational system through an assessment of success. Students were tested on how they responded to art, if they valued art as a medium, how skillfully they produced art and how much history they know. By collecting the date it was possible to make claims about the status of art teaching.
Date: [1986-09,1986-10]
Creator: Wilson, Brent

Portfolio Assessment: Sampling Student Work

Description: A newsletter, Educational Leadership, Vol. 46, No. 7. Portfolio Assessment: Sampling Student Work, When students maintain portfolios of their work, they learn to assess their own progress as learners, and teachers gain new views of their accomplishments in teaching. A consortia of administrators, teachers and researchers in the Pittsburgh schools have been searching for alternatives to standardized assessments. A three-way collaborative project, Arts Propel, is composed of the Pittsburgh Public Schools, Educational Testing Services and Project Zero at Harvard Graduate School of Education to demonstrate that it is possible to asses the thinking in arts and humanities.
Date: April 1989
Creator: Wolf, Dennie Palmer

In Connecticut, Moving Past Pencil and Paper

Description: A newsletter, Education Week, Editorial Project in Education, Vol. 9, No. 1. "In Connecticut, Moving Past Pencil and Paper, Teachers Evaluated On Class Behavior." Fifty-five educators were learning a new language of assessment, and the new assessments for teachers and students were pioneered in Connecticut. Connecticut introduces what is said to be the nation's most rigorous assessment of entry-level teachers. The assessment will be administered, six times a year, to new teachers. The implementation is a new form of measuring how teachers perform the complex tasks of their profession.
Date: September 13, 1989
Creator: Bradley, Ann