Y-RGHTS in Internet Resource Directory, July 7, 1992 [I was 20] – YOUTH RIGHTS

LISTNAME:      Y-RIGHTS      Youth Rights, Youngster Rights or "Why Rights"
     The topic of this group is on the subject of the Rights of children and 
adolescents.

SUBSCRIPTION ADDRESS:  LISTSERV@SJUVM

PARTICIPATION ADDRESS:  Y-RIGHTS@SJUVM

LIST COORDINATORS' ADDRESSES:       KUDUT@Hampvms (Kenneth Udut)
                             				SHROSE@SJUVM (Sheila Rosenberg)

REACTIONS:
     The purpose of this group is to discuss the rights of
kids.  Most of the discussion is what adults think kids'
rights should be; however, the listowner encouraged sub-
scribers to find out what kids think.
     I was able to involve my kids at school in some dis-
cussion on what they think is fair and what they think is
a violation of their rights.  I posted their comments and
ideas for further discussion on this listserv group.

HOW TO SUBSCRIBE TO THIS DISCUSSION GROUP:  
  1.  Send an electronic message to listserv@SJUVM
  2.  Leave the subject line blank
  3.  In the text of the message, type: subscribe Y-Rights 
      your-full-name
  4.  Send the message as usual.

HOW TO UNSUBSCRIBE FROM THIS DISCUSSION GROUP:
  1.  Send an electronic message to listserv@SJUVM
  2.  Leave the subject line blank.
  3.  In the text of the message type: SIGNOFF Y-Rights
      (DO NOT include your name)
  4.  Send the message as usual.

OTHER FEATURES:	None found

DOCUMENT AUTHOR:	Kim Burry

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FOUND IN:
Internet Resource Directory, Part 1:

E-Mail Discussion Groups (LISTSERV groups)  of Interest to Educators

version 1:  July 7, 1992

The information in this file is the result of Internet "prospecting" and 
teamwork by 24 eastern Nebraska teachers who were enrolled in a graduate 
telecomputing-in-education course during the Spring 1992 semester at the 
University of Nebraska at Omaha.  Much of their work for the course entailed 
exploring different Internet resource sites, then writing, fieldtesting, 
and revising friendly documentation describing online resources that they 
felt to be of value to K-12 teachers and/or students.

Below please find information on several LISTSERV groups.  **This is NOT 
meant to be an exhaustive list of all of the groups of use to K-12 educators**. 
Rather, it is a beginning of what we hope will be an ongoing collaborative 
effort among telecomputing educators on a larger scale.  We invite you to 
use this, share it with other teachers, amend it, append to it, and update it.
We hope that the information that it contains will be useful to you.

Judi Harris
& the students of TED 8000: 
"Computer-Mediated Communications for Educators"
University of Nebraska at Omaha

Judi is now in the:
Department of Curriculum & Instruction,
University of Texas at Austin

JBHarris@Tenet.edu  (beginning: 8/10/92)

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