Mary-Lou Michael (email@example.com)
Mon, 23 Jun 1997 23:18:42 +0000
Mary-Lou Michael wrote:
> Keitha Donnelly Manning wrote:
> > First true post. I've been listening, assessing, and feel it is time to
> > address some specific needs that have been voiced to me recently.
> > I receive messages, from dance educators k-12, hi ed, and studio owners,
> > requesting a complete listing of dance education software. We already
> > have a listing of Poser, Life Forms, A.D.A.M., etc. software. What we
> > are seeking is software which teachs dance-specific subjects, databases
> > on dance history, etc. We already have a Nutrition CD ROM by Mila
> > Parrish, the _Shadow project_ by Norma Sue Fisher-Stitt (by the way I
> > need her email - the one I have gets bounced), and the Ballet CD ROM
> > series I'm awaiting Susan Gillis' (married name, unknown) early modern
> > dance software to be released on CD ROM. Lazer disc format is also
> > acceptable.
> > Educators are awaiting the software for dance history, dance medicine,
> > aesthetics, criticism, and dance technique instruction in various
> > types/forms/styles of dance. I know there was a project to videotape the
> > Hawkins technique, but don't know if it every made it's way to ROM. At
> > this point I have over ten requests for this information.
> > I thank you in advance since I have found the contributors on this list
> > to be very generous.
> > Input on recent conversations -
> > Regarding permission to forward information - When I feel a particular
> > person has offered a message that is relevant to the NDA membership I
> > contact that person and request permission. This not only affords me
> > the pleasure of personal contact, but the ability to save the message
> > granting me permission. If I am ever questioned, I have the message.
> > I also have no difficulty with a hardcopy or archive of conversations by
> > date. Although persons may enter the discussion at various stages, and
> > be unaware of previous messages by others, it does refelect the
> > ethnology of email/listserve communications. I also save the
> > converstations as a resource. Occasionally I revisit topics, especially
> > when they become relevant to my work. Contacting the author with a
> > copy/paste version of the message usually aids in discussion.
> > Hold copyright to internet conversations? No. It's not the nature of
> > the beast unless you have an article posted to an online publication,
> > and don't be naive regarding any copoyright posting.
> > Responsible for your comments? Ethics. Yes.
> > Citations of comments? Ethics. Yes.
> > Why would anyone want to misrepresent information when others are
> > chronicling who said what/when.Reputations have been distroyed for less.
> > Keitha
> I'm very interested in software for dance and education, if you get a
> response to this please pass it on, Thank-you!!
> Mary-Lou Michael