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                      Compiled by: Kenneth Udut 

Date of Original Version: February 9, 1995 Date of Latest Revision: February 9, 1995 Some HTML pointers added or corrected July 27, 1995 Some HTML pointers added or corrected May 15, 1996 Removed references to Ken Udut's obsolete e'mail address Oct 10, 1996 PUBLIC DOMAIN PUBLIC DOMAIN PUBLIC DOMAIN LISTOWNERS: PLEASE KEEP THIS LIST HANDY. YOU MAY FIND A MEMBER NEEDING SOMETHING THAT YOUR GROUP CANNOT PROVIDE. THIS RESOURCE GUIDE MAY HELP THEM FIND WHAT THEY ARE LOOKING FOR. ARCHIVERS: PLEASE PLACE THIS FILE ON YOUR FTP SITES OR BBS. WRITERS: IF YOU ARE WRITING A BOOK ON THE INTERNET, I WOULD BE HONORED IF YOU WOULD INCLUDE THIS LIST. YOU DON'T NEED MY PERMISSION. OTHER RESOURCE GUIDE MAINTAINERS: FEEL FREE TO INCORPORATE ANY INFORMATION THAT YOU FIND HERE INTO YOUR OWN LISTS. *********************************************************************** This is a guide to online resources for kids, teenagers, people who work/live with kids and teenagers, and for those interested in their welfare. +------------------------------------------------------------------+ | | | If you have things to add to the list, either resources that | | weren't listed (you can offer yourself as an online resource | | as long as you know how you can be useful and are descriptive | | about it), or if you can add additional comments/descriptions | | to the resources listed.... | | 02/04/95 | | | | Unfortunately, Ken is no longer using the 'net and will not | | be updating this list. Suggestions for additions or changes | | can be posted to the youth rights mailing list: | | Y-RIGHTS@SJUVM.STJOHNS.EDU | | October 10, 1996 | | | +------------------------------------------------------------------+ THE GUIDE WANTS A HOME If someone can provide the kid/teen, kid/teen workers resource guide with an FTP site, AND... If someone else (or the same person, if ambitious!) can translate the guide into HTML format and put it in such a way where people can subscribe to these lists, do searches for keywords, etc... ...that'd be *wonderful*! Once again - Listowners are welcome to place this text file in their library archives... *********************************************************************** GUIDE TO ONLINE RESOURCES FOR YOUTH AND YOUTH WORKERS NOTE: there are several kinds of resources. One of the more unique resources offered here is the Individual Resource. This is a person who is offering him/herself as somewhat of an expert in certain issues. This may help solve one of the bigger problems of online work - finding people who know what's going on, and know how to help. This is a very generous thing of them to do. Don't be afraid to make use of them! ******************************************************** TO MOVE TO EACH ENTRY, YOU CAN SEARCH FOR "GTORY" ********** ----------------------------------------------------------------------- GTORY 1 ADDRESS: CCOAR@UNI.EDU SHORT DESCRIPTION: A discussion announcement/list for people doing anti-rape work. TYPE OF RESOURCE: MAILING LIST LAST UPDATED: January 27, 1995 LONG DESCRIPTION: CCOAR@UNI.EDU is the anti-rape list, which deals somewhat with child sexual abuse, and also with violence and education in the high schools, junior high schools, etc... TO SUBSCRIBE: Send mail to eribet@orion.oac.uci.edu. CONTRIBUTED BY: eribet@orion.oac.uci.edu LISTOWNER: eribet@orion.oac.uci.edu KEYWORDS: Child Sexual Abuse, Rape, Abuse, Violence, Education CONTACT INFO:
Send e'mail to eribet@orion.oac.uci.edu.
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GTORY 2

	  ADDRESS: AGOLDBLATT@delphi.com
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Learning/Play Environments
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: INDIVIDUAL RESOURCE
     LAST UPDATED: January 27, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION: Aaron Goldblatt -"I work in Please Touch Museum, a
		   museum for children seven and younger. If I can be
		   of any help as a resource, particularly along the
		   lines of designing learning/play environments for
		   young children, I would be happy to do so."
     TO SUBSCRIBE: Contact Aaron directly for questions/information
   CONTRIBUTED BY: AGOLDBLATT@delphi.com
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: Learning, Play, Museum, CHILDMUS, Environments
     CONTACT INFO: Aaron Goldblatt
		   Director of Museum Services
		   Please Touch Museum
		   210 North 21st Street
		   Philadelphia, PA  19103
		   (215)963-0667 v
		   (215)963-0424 f
		   agoldblatt@delphi.com
Send e'mail to agoldblatt@delphi.com
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GTORY 3

	  ADDRESS: KIDLINK@VM.NODAK.EDU
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Bringing together 10-15 year old children worldwide
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: MAILING LIST
     LAST UPDATED: January 27, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION: The goal of KIDLINK is to get as many
		   10-to-15-year-old children as possible involved
		   in a GLOBAL dialog.

		   KIDLINK is based on the idea that getting kids
		   around the world to talk to each other will allow
		   them a direct experience with friends having the
		   common experience of childhood but often in
		   very different circumstances.

		   By hearing a range of opinions and developing
		   familiarity with different ideas, we can hope to
		   overcome some communication barriers and solve
		   some problems in a more cooperative manner.

		   We hope that when KIDLINK kids become adults they
		   will take a more global and long-term perspective
		   on issues, rather than acting to maximize local,
		   short-term interests.

		   KIDLINK is impartial as to what methods are being
		   used to solve the issues of the world today.
		   KIDLINK does not promote specific solutions to
		   these issues, or any political points-of-view.


		   ! NOTE TO GUIDE COMPILER FROM DAN WHEELER:	!
		   ! "It is important to us that you make clear !
		   ! our age limits.  We hate for people to get !
		   ! interested and then to tell them that they !
		   ! can't join us because they are outside of  !
		   ! the age range."                            !
		   !						!
		   ! In other words, while you can receive	!
		   ! information on the project and get work	!
		   ! on getting a classroom online with this	!
		   ! project, the "chat" is *ONLY* for people   !
		   ! age 10 through age 15.  If you are under	!
		   ! the age of 10, you will have to wait.	!
		   ! If you are over the age of 15 and want	!
		   ! to communicate with youth worldwide, then	!
		   ! you will not be able to use KIDLINK's      !
		   ! project for that purpose.			!

     TO SUBSCRIBE: The way to find out more about the project is
		   to subscribe to our KIDLINK mailing list.
		   This is *not* a discussion forum; the message
		   volume is very low and consists only of official
		   announcements about the project. But new subscribers
		   get infomation about all of our activities.

		   To subscribe, send a message to
		   LISTSERV@VM1.NODAK.EDU containing the command:

		   SUBSCRIBE KIDLINK  
   CONTRIBUTED BY: Dan Wheeler , AGOLDBLATT@delphi.com
	LISTOWNER: OPRESNO@EXTERN.UIO.NO, WHEELER@UCBEH.SAN.UC.EDU
	 KEYWORDS: Kids, Communication, Information, Global
     CONTACT INFO:
Send e'mail to LISTSERV@VM1.NODAK.EDU
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GTORY 4

	  ADDRESS: ADD-PARENTS@MV.MV.COM
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Support group for parents of ADD kids
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: MAILING LIST
     LAST UPDATED: January 27, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION:
     TO SUBSCRIBE:
   CONTRIBUTED BY: mkragen@access.digex.net
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: Attention Deficit Disorder, ADD, ADHD, Parents
     CONTACT INFO:
Send e'mail to mkragen@access.digex.net
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GTORY 5

	  ADDRESS: TALKNOW@JERUSALEM1.DATASRV.CO.IL
SHORT DESCRIPTION: To encourage K-12 Jewish and Arab children to have
		   an open dialogue with each other.
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: MAILING LIST
     LAST UPDATED: January 27, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION:
     TO SUBSCRIBE:
   CONTRIBUTED BY: mkragen@access.digex.net
	LISTOWNER: mkragen@access.digex.net
	 KEYWORDS: Jewish, Arab, children, teenagers, communication
     CONTACT INFO:
Send e'mail to mkragen@access.digex.net
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GTORY 6

	  ADDRESS: gtmoore@csd.uwm.edu
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Resource/contact on environments designed for kids
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: INDIVIDUAL RESOURCE
     LAST UPDATED: January 28, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION: My group and I are willing to be a resource/contact
		   on issues concerning the impact of the designed
		   environment on child behavior and development, and
		   issues concerning the planning and design of early
		   childhood environments.
     TO SUBSCRIBE: Contact Gary or this group directly
   CONTRIBUTED BY: gtmoore@csd.uwm.edu
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: Children, Environment, Design, Research, Behavior
     CONTACT INFO: Gary T. Moore, Ph.D.
		   Professor
		   Children's Environments Research and Design Group
		   University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
		   Milwaukee, WI 53201-0413
		   
Send e'mail to gtmoore@csd.uwm.edu
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GTORY 7

	  ADDRESS: http://www.fcbe.edu.on.ca/www/welcome.html
                   http://www.fcbe.edu.on.ca/www/pubs/cah/cah_summary.html
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Child Abuse Handbook
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: WWW 
     LAST UPDATED: May 15, 1996
 LONG DESCRIPTION: The Child Abuse Handbook is provided by the
		   Frontenac County Board Of Education, Kingston,
		   Ontario, Canada. The 1995 edition is now available
		   in hardcopy, and a "Short Guide" is online. This
		   handbook is designed to provide concise information
		   to help education staff respond to suspected child
		   abuse, and to disclosures by the victims.
		   http://www.fcbe.edu.on.ca/www/welcome.html
     TO SUBSCRIBE: Use WWW browser (Lynx, Mosaic)
   CONTRIBUTED BY: The Scout Report 
		   Selden E Ball Jr 
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: Child, Abuse, Book, 1995, Handbook
     CONTACT INFO:
WWW to Frontenac
WWW to Child Abuse Handbook summary (OK 5/15/96)
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GTORY 8

	  ADDRESS: http://www.drake.edu/swiss/Homepage_final.html
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Youth Music/Youth Culture page
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: WWW 
     LAST UPDATED: July 27, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION: Youth Music/Youth Culture page has been assembled
		   by students at Drake University studying music and
		   its affect on culture. A good variety of links show
		   the way beyond performers to on-line magazines,
		   academic sites for music/culture, listings
		   organized by type of music, song lyrics, audio
		   clips, and Usenet newsgroups.
                   http://www.drake.edu/swiss/Homepage_final.html
     TO SUBSCRIBE: Use WWW browser (Lynx, Mosaic)
   CONTRIBUTED BY: The Scout Report 
		   Selden E Ball Jr 
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: Youth, Music, Culture, Magazines, Links, Drake
     CONTACT INFO:
WWW to Youth Music/Youth Culture
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GTORY 9

	  ADDRESS: police.mtsu.edu
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Campus Crime
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: GOPHER
     LAST UPDATED: January 28, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION: The Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU)
		   Police Gopher contains information about the annual
		   crime on campus, the police blotter, the student
		   right-to-know and campus security act, statistics,
		   and links to other police gophers.
		   gopher to:  police.mtsu.edu
     TO SUBSCRIBE: Use GOPHER program to: police.mtsu.edu
   CONTRIBUTED BY: The Scout Report 
		   Selden E Ball Jr 
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: Police, Campus, Security, Gopher Links
     CONTACT INFO:
gopher to Campus Crime (unavailable 5/15/96)
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GTORY 10

	  ADDRESS: gopher.nicsl.coled.umn.edu
                   http://www.nicsl.coled.umn.edu/
SHORT DESCRIPTION: National Service Learning Clearinghouse K-12
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: GOPHER, WWW
     LAST UPDATED: May 15, 1996
 LONG DESCRIPTION: The National Service Learning Clearinghouse for
		   K-12 gopher server is part of a 3-year federal
		   grant from the Corporation for National Service,
		   which houses the old ACTION and VISTA programs,
		   the new AmeriCorps program, and Learn and Serve
		   America, the K-12 education portion of national
		   service.  The National Information Center gopher
		   provides access to online searching of resources,
		   programs, and organizations.
		   gopher to:  gopher.nicsl.coled.umn.edu
     TO SUBSCRIBE: Use GOPHER program to: gopher.nicsl.coled.umn.edu
   CONTRIBUTED BY: The Scout Report 
		   Selden E Ball Jr 
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: K-12, Education, Government, Resources, Large
     CONTACT INFO:
gopher to National Service Learning Clearinghouse K-12
WWW to National Service Learning Clearinghouse K-12 (OK 5/15/96)
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GTORY 11

	  ADDRESS: VIRTED@SJUVM.STJOHNS.EDU
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Uses of Virtual Reality in Education
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: MAILING LIST
     LAST UPDATED: January 28, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION: VIRTED - Uses of VIRTUAL REALITY in Education is an
		   open, unmoderated discussion list for teachers,
		   students and anyone else interested in the uses of
		   virtual reality in education and learning. The goal
		   of the list is to explore the use and potential
		   uses of virtual reality environments in both
		   traditional and alternative educational settings,
		   the effects of virtual reality environments upon
		   the learning process, and the efficacy of using
		   virtual reality as an educational delivery system.
		   Review of research, publications and observations
		   related to EDUCATIONAL uses of virtual reality are
		   welcome and encouraged. The mission is to shed light
		   on this new avenue of education and learning which
		   takes place in both text based environments as well
		   as graphic environments.
     TO SUBSCRIBE: send mail to:  LISTSERV@SJUVM
			     or   LISTSERV@SJUVM.STJOHNS.EDU
		   in the body of the message type:
		   SUB VIRTED Your-First-Name Your-Last-Name
   CONTRIBUTED BY: The Scout Report 
		   Selden E Ball Jr 
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: Virtual Reality, Education, Learning, Teachers
     CONTACT INFO:
Send e'mail to LISTSERV@SJUVM.STJOHNS.EDU
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GTORY 12

	  ADDRESS: net-lawyers@webcom.com
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Using Legal Resources on the Internet
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: MAILING LIST
     LAST UPDATED: January 28, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION: Net-Lawyers is a new mailing list for lawyers,
		   law professors, law students, and others interested
		   in discussing how to use legal resources on the
		   Internet to advance the development, practice, and
		   study of law.

		   NOTE FROM RESOURCE COMPILER: The reason I have
		   included this as a resource, is because there are
		   many lawyers interested in the rights of kids and
		   teenagers.  This should be a good resource for them.
								 --Ken
     TO SUBSCRIBE: send mail to:  net-lawyers-request@webcom.com
		   in the body of the message type:  subscribe
   CONTRIBUTED BY: The Scout Report 
		   Selden E Ball Jr 
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: Lawyers, Law, Internet, Practice, Study
     CONTACT INFO:
Send e'mail to net-lawyers-request@webcom.com
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GTORY 13

	  ADDRESS: ABUSE-L@UBVM.CC.BUFFALO.EDU
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Professional forum on child abuse issues.
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: MAILING LIST
     LAST UPDATED: January 28, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION: This list is a forum for discussion between health
		   care and other professionals  who perform
		   interdisciplinary team evaluations, medical
		   examinations or work with children who are
		   suspected of being abused.  Topics such as
		   clinical advice, comments, ideas for improvement
		   in care and funding or other problems are welcome.

		   All correspondence is limited to general or
		   specific child abuse issues without identifiers
		   which would jeopardize patient (child)
		   confidentiality.
     TO SUBSCRIBE: To subscribe to this list, you may contact the
		   owner or send SUB ABUSE-L as the first line in
		   the body of a mailing to:
			     LISTSERV@UBVM.CC.BUFFALO.EDU  or
			     LISTSERV@UBVM
   CONTRIBUTED BY: Botasha@vax.cs.hscsyr.edu
	LISTOWNER: Ann S. Botash, MD 
	 KEYWORDS: Child Abuse, Professional Forum, Confidentiality
     CONTACT INFO: Ann S. Botash, MD
		   SUNY Health Science Center at Syracuse
		   Pediatric Dept.
		   750 E. Adams Street
		   Syracuse, NY 13210
		   315-464-5800
Send e'mail to LISTSERV@UBVM.CC.BUFFALO.EDU
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GTORY 14

	  ADDRESS: home-ed and home-ed-politics @ mainstream.com
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Two lists on Home Education, each w/different focus
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: MAILING LIST
     LAST UPDATED: January 29, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION:
     TO SUBSCRIBE: e-mail to: listproc@mainstream.com with the message:
		   SUB HOME-ED firstname lastname
		   SUB HOME-ED-POLITICS firstname lastname
   CONTRIBUTED BY: bill@mainstream.com
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: Home Education, Home Education Politics
     CONTACT INFO:
Send e'mail to listproc@mainstream.com
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GTORY 15

	  ADDRESS: landis@elwood.aea9.k12.ia.us (Rich Landis)
SHORT DESCRIPTION: "Listener" for people who work with youth
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: INDIVIDUAL RESOURCE
     LAST UPDATED: January 29, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION: I would be willing to act as a somewhat experienced
		   "listener" to provide support for people who are
		   working with youth.

		   Briefly, my wife and I raised three girls (we now
		   have 4 grandchildren), and we have been foster
		   parents during two different periods of our life,
		   in two different counties.  We have had a wide
		   variety of children in our care from infants to
		   troubled adolescents.  Our latest foster son has
		   been a child with extreme attachment disorder,
		   diminished intellectual abilities, and lots of
		   other emotional problems.  In addition to our
		   personal backgrounds, my wife worked for several
		   years as an Aide in Special Education classrooms
		   and has taken almost enough course work to begin
		   her student teaching until she decided that she did
		   not want to teach.  As for myself, I am a teacher
		   in a Behavior Disordered program in a residential
		   treatment (criminal and/or drug-related behaviors).

		   I originally started teaching English in regular
		   education in 1963, but I was out of teaching from
		   1969 to 1985.  When I returned to teaching, I
		   returned to school and got my MS in Special
		   Education in 1988.

		   I do not present myself as an "expert" based on
		   some type of empirical, scientific evidence, but I
		   do feel that I have enough life experiences in
		   dealing with young people, both professionally and
		   personally.

     TO SUBSCRIBE: Contact Rich directly
   CONTRIBUTED BY: landis@elwood.aea9.k12.ia.us (Rich Landis)
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: Listener, Counselor, Youth, Children, Foster,
		   Behavior Disorders, Contact, Foster care system
     CONTACT INFO: Rich Landis, Teacher (Language Arts/Behavior Disordered)
		   Eastern Avenue School - Secured Campus
		   2800 Eastern Avenue
		   Davenport, Iowa 52803
		   (319) 323-7663 - Classroom Phone

		   HOME:
		   2423 West 47th Street
		   Davenport, Iowa 52806
		   (319) 388-7086 Home Phone
		   FAX (319)388-7100(when needed)
Send e'mail to landis@elwood.aea9.k12.ia.us
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GTORY 16

	  ADDRESS: "Wendy E. Betts" 
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Electronic Journal of Children's Book Reviews
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: MULTIPLE - MAILING LIST, WWW, FTP, AOL, OTHER
     LAST UPDATED: May 15, 1996
 LONG DESCRIPTION: "Notes from the Windowsill" (formerly "The WEB
		   Online Review") is an electronic journal of book
		   reviews. Its primary focus is on children's
		   books from ages infant to young adult. It is
		   published irregularly (approximately once a week)
		   and is available through the following sources:

		   The most current issues are posted to the USENET
		   groups misc.kids, alt.books.reviews,
		   rec.arts.books.childrens and k12.library.  They
		   are also mailed to "kidsbooks", an electronic
		   mailing list.  Mail "kidsbooks-request@armory.com"
		   to join. *Please give your full e-mail address in
		   the body of your letter.*

		   Back issues can be read via www at this address:
		   http://www.armory.com/~web/notes.html

		   Back issues are also available via gopher to
		   lib.nmsu.edu or telnet to library.nmsu.edu.
		   Choose
		   4. Resources by Subject
		   3. Education
		   2. Children's Literature: Electronic Resources
		   8. Electronic Journals

		   Archives are also available via anonymous ftp
		   from ftp.armory.com in the directory pub/user/web.
		   This access is not as convenient as the www or
		   gopher access, as the titles (which indicate the
		   subject and age range of the reviews) are only
		   available through the index.

		   America Online users can access back issues through
		   the following steps:
		   Keyword PDA-->(Software Libraries, Mac users only)--
		   Palmtop Paperbacks--Ezine libraries--Reviews--WEB

		   Currently, NFTW is only available electronically,
		   but I am considering a paper version. Mail me if
		   you're interested.

		   If you are interested in becoming a reviewer for
		   NFTW, finger web@deeptht.armory.com or see the www
		   page for more information.

		   I also publish a hardcopy journal called The WEB,
		   which is meant for children's literature enthusiasts.
		   It contains reviews of new and classic books, some
		   reviews of professional books and articles/essays/
		   news about children's books.  For the most part,
		   its contents do not duplicate the online reviews.
		   To read samples or for information about
		   contributing articles or reviews, see the www page
		   http://www.armory.com/~web/web.html

		   or use the above ftp information to access the
		   directory pub/user/web/the.web
     TO SUBSCRIBE: SEE ABOVE
   CONTRIBUTED BY: "Wendy E. Betts" 
	LISTOWNER: "Wendy E. Betts" 
	 KEYWORDS: ftp, telnet, gopher, www, america online,
		   children's literature, books, reviews,
		   online, offline
     CONTACT INFO: SEE ABOVE
Gopher to lib.nmsu.edu
WWW to lib.nmsu.edu (OK 5/15/96)
FTP to ftp.armory.com
Send e'mail to web@deepthought.armory.com
Send e'mail to kidsbooks-request
WWW to web/notes (OK 5/15/96)
WWW to web/web (OK 5/15/96)
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GTORY 17

	  ADDRESS: gstarman@indirect.com
SHORT DESCRIPTION: DESTINATION: EARTH Software program simulates growing up
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: SOFTWARE
     LAST UPDATED: January 30, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION: I wrote a software program that simulates growing
		   up in america.  NO BIASES.  Starts at age 17, in
		   HS, and player/teen has his life before him.
		   Events happen and decisions need to be made.
		   Covers education, career, finances, social
		   relationships, family and crises (drugs,
		   aids).  Game is not perfect, but does show
		   teens/parents what their life MAY BE.  Player
		   chooses personality and social-economic background
		   at game start.

		   I am a layman, but this serious, educational game
		   definitely shows teens what life can be about.  A
		   strong emphasis is made on goals, attitudes and
		   activities of player.  These are used to establish
		   success.

		   The scenario is StarTrek/2001 that helps set the
		   tone of the game.

		   Check it out at the WEB/FTP sites shown below.

		   George S.

		   StarMan Group, Inc
		   For more info:
		   file://www.indirect.com/www/gstarman/dedesc.html
		   FTP site:  ftp.indirect.com/www/gstarman/deread.txt

		   DESTINATION: EARTH - an exciting educational software
		   game that simulates growing up in america.
     TO SUBSCRIBE:
   CONTRIBUTED BY: gstarman@indirect.com
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: Software, Windows, Role-Playing, Growing up,
		   MS-DOS,
     CONTACT INFO:
Send e'mail to gstarman@indirect.com
WWW/file dedesc.html
FTP dread.txt
(gone 5/15/96)
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GTORY 18

	  ADDRESS: ericps.ed.uiuc.edu
SHORT DESCRIPTION: The National Parent Information Network
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: GOPHER, WWW
     LAST UPDATED: January 30, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION: The National Parent
		   Information Network

		   A New National Resource
		   for Parents, Families,
		   and People Who Support Them

Sponsored by

ERIC Clearinghouse on Elementary and Early Childhood Education
(ERIC/EECE), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

ERIC Clearinghouse on Urban Education (ERIC/CUE), Teacher's
College, Columbia University, New York City

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

The National Parent
Information Network (NPIN)

The ERIC Clearinghouses on Elementary and Early Childhood Education
(ERIC/ EECE) and on Urban Education (ERIC/ CUE) invite you to join
them on the National Parent Information Network, an Internet-based
information network and service for parents and people who support
them in raising and educating their children.

Why Is NPIN Needed?

Easy access to high-quality information is an essential component
of any program that aims to help parents become informed partners
in their children's education. Community organizations, health and
social service agencies, libraries, parent centers, and schools are
often asked for information on parenting or on how to be actively
involved in children's learning.

This information is already available from thousands of
organizations, associations, and publishers. Before now, however,
few efforts have been directed to creating a single point of access
to this information. The National Parent Information Network is
focusing its efforts on a national drive to acquire and disseminate
high-quality, easy-to-understand parenting and parent-related
materials. The focus is on creating an attractive, widely available
information collection that incorporates graphics and other parent-
friendly features on the Internet. NPIN is working to:

*    build an information system that can be integrated with local
     parent and family resources;

*    reach out to and train parents, especially low-income
     parents, and people who work collaboratively with them, to
     acquire the skills needed to use NPIN and to participate in
     the emerging national information infrastructure; and

*    assure a simple, attractive, single point of access to
     parenting information that is easy to use.

What Will NPIN Do?

The University of Illinois and the U.S. Department of Education
supported the initial development of NPIN. The national effort
to collect information is well underway, and NPIN already
includes one of the largest collections of information on
parenting and child development on the Internet. NPIN now
includes, or will soon include, the following components:

*    short articles written for parents of  children from birth
     through adolescence on a variety of topics, including
     child rearing and development; general health; behaviors;
     talents; disabilities; testing; working with teachers and
     schools; and home activities;

*    PARENTS AskERIC, a question-answering service for parents,
     teachers, administrators, and parent education and parent
     involvement specialists that will link them to subject
     experts in professional associations, clearinghouses,
     universities, and government agencies;

*    forums for discussion of common concerns shared by
     parents, teachers, and parent educators;

*    listings of useful, usually inexpensive materials available
     from professional associations, publishers, and other
     organizations;

*    descriptions of innovative or exemplary parent education
     and involvement programs in schools and communities; and

*    access to relevant ERIC digests and other education-related
     materials.

How Can You Participate?

*    Use the system! If you have Internet access, gopher to:

       ericps.ed.uiuc.edu
gopher to ericps (OK 5/15/96)

     Or, use our world wide web site. The URL for NPIN's
     home page is

       http://ericps.ed.uiuc.edu/npin/npinhome.html (OK 5/15/96)
WWW to ericps (OK 5/15/96)

*    Work with NPIN to share your materials with parents. The
     growing list of organizations contributing information to NPIN
     already includes the National Urban League, the National PTA,
     the Center for Early Adolescence, and several ERIC
     clearinghouses. Many other groups will soon provide materials.

*    Provide feedback and suggest new materials to be acquired.

*    Contact ERIC/EECE or ERIC/CUE to contribute materials or for
     assistance in using NPIN.

     ERIC/EECE, University of Illinois
     805 W. Pennsylvania Ave., Urbana, IL 61801
     Phone: 800-583-4135; 217-333-1386
     Fax: 217-333-3767
     email: ericeece@ux1.cso.uiuc.edu
Send e'mail to ericeece@ux1.cso.uiuc.edu

     ERIC/CUE, Columbia University
     Institute for Urban and Minority Education
     Main Hall, Room 303, Box 40
     525 West 120th St., New York, NY 10027
     Phone: 800-601-4868; 212-678-3433
     Fax: 212-678-4012
     email: eric-cue@columbia.edu
Send e'mail to eric-cue@columbia.edu
***************************************************
Bernard Cesarone
ERIC/EECE
University of Illinois
805 W. Pennsylvania Ave.
Urbana, IL 61801-4897
(217) 333-1386; (800) 583-4135
cesarone@uiuc.edu
Send e'mail to cesarone@uiuc.edu

***************************************************

     TO SUBSCRIBE: SEE ABOVE
   CONTRIBUTED BY: cesarone@uiuc.edu
	LISTOWNER: SEE ABOVE
	 KEYWORDS: ERIC, EECE, CUE, NPIN, PARENTS, TEACHERS
     CONTACT INFO: ERIC/EECE, University of Illinois
		   805 W. Pennsylvania Ave., Urbana, IL 61801
		   Phone: 800-583-4135; 217-333-1386
		   Fax: 217-333-3767
		   email: ericeece@ux1.cso.uiuc.edu
Send e'mail to ericeece@ux1.cso.uiuc.edu

		   ERIC/CUE, Columbia University
		   Institute for Urban and Minority Education
		   Main Hall, Room 303, Box 40
		   525 West 120th St., New York, NY 10027
		   Phone: 800-601-4868; 212-678-3433
		   Fax: 212-678-4012
		   email: eric-cue@columbia.edu
Send e'mail to eric-cue@columbia.edu
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	  ADDRESS: gopher.fldc.cornell.edu
                   http://www.ndacan.cornell.edu/
SHORT DESCRIPTION: National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: GOPHER, WWW
     LAST UPDATED: May 15, 1996
 LONG DESCRIPTION: National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect,
		   provided by the Family Life Development Center at
		   Cornell University.
		   gopher to:	gopher.fldc.cornell.edu:70/1
                   Web to:      http://www.ndacan.cornell.edu/
     TO SUBSCRIBE: gopher to:	gopher.fldc.cornell.edu:70/1
   CONTRIBUTED BY: The Scout Report
		   Selden E Ball Jr 
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: Child Abuse and Neglect, Archives, Gopher
     CONTACT INFO:
gopher to gopher.fldc.cornell.edu:70/1
WWW to ndacan.cornell.edu (OK 5/15/96)
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	  ADDRESS: http://www.biostat.wisc.edu/diaknow/index.htm
SHORT DESCRIPTION: (Children's) Diabetes Database
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: WWW 
     LAST UPDATED: July 27, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION: The Diabetes Knowledgebase is an effort of the U. of
		   Wisconsin Children's Diabetes Center to provide
		   diabetes-related information to the world community
		   in an effort to enhance the lives of individuals
		   with diabetes.
		   http://www.biostat.wisc.edu/diaknow/index.htm
     TO SUBSCRIBE: http://www.biostat.wisc.edu/diaknow/index.htm
   CONTRIBUTED BY: The Scout Report
		   Selden E Ball Jr 
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: Diabetes, Children's Diabetes, Information, Database
     CONTACT INFO:
WWW to diaknow
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	  ADDRESS: quest.arc.nasa.gov
SHORT DESCRIPTION: NASA K-12 Internet Initiative (Quest)
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: GOPHER, WWW 
     LAST UPDATED: January 30, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION: NASA K-12 Internet Initiative (Quest):
		   Currently one of the top sites for quality K-12
		   information on the 'Net. Short lists of carefully
		   selected sites and collections. Directories include:
		   Getting US Teachers Online, Teacher's Guide to Using
		   Internet, NASA K-12 Interactive Projects, Internet
		   Resources (for K-12), and NASA Network Applications
		   & Information Gopher.  -- Scout
		   gopher to:	quest.arc.nasa.gov
                   http://quest.arc.nasa.gov/
     TO SUBSCRIBE: gopher to:	quest.arc.nasa.gov
   CONTRIBUTED BY: The Scout Report
		   Selden E Ball Jr 
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: K-12, NASA, Quality Information, Teachers, Internet
		   Directories, Sites, Collections, Lists, Resources
     CONTACT INFO:
gopher to quest.arc.nasa.gov (OK 5/15/96)
WWW to quest.arc.nasa.gov (OK 5/15/96)
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	  ADDRESS: 4HCHALL@WSUVM1.CSC.WSU.EDU
SHORT DESCRIPTION: 4-H Challenge Discussion
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: MAILING LIST
     LAST UPDATED: January 30, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION: The purpose of the 4-H Challenge listserv is to
		   facilitate discussions on a broad range of
		   experiential education issues covered in 4-H
		   Challenge programming, including: 1. Site based
		   challenge (ropes) courses and portable challenge
		   activities. 2. Classroom and field based programs in
		   schools, corporate programs, youth at risk, and
		   therapeutic adventure programs. The list is
		   supported by the Washington State University (CES)
		   4-H Challenge Program. This list is intended to
		   complement the existing Association for Experiential
		   Education discussion list (AEELIST) and Outdoor-Ed
		   list (Australia) by providing a forum for persons
		   primarily working through 4-H/Youth Development.
     TO SUBSCRIBE: Send an email message to:
		     LISTSERV@WSUVM1.CSC.WSU.EDU
		   in the body of the text type
		     subscribe 4HCHALL	  your_real_name
   CONTRIBUTED BY: The Scout Report
		   Selden E Ball Jr 
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: 4-H, Challenge, AEELIST, Outdoor-Ed, Youth
     CONTACT INFO:
Send e'mail to LISTSERV@WSUVM1.CSC.WSU.EDU
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	  ADDRESS: Interact.uoregon.edu
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Media Literacy Project - children's literacy
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: GOPHER, WWW
     LAST UPDATED: May 15, 1996
 LONG DESCRIPTION: The Media Literacy Project is an on-going research
		   activity at the University of Oregon's College of
		   Education. We are pleased to announce a new Gopher
		   service dedicated to children and media literacy.

		   The goal of this project is to make available
		   information and resources of value to educators,
		   students, parents, media producers, and others
		   interested in electronic media and its influence
		   on children. The following topics are available:

		   A listing of associations, organizations, and
		   centers which have an expressed interest in the
		   study of media; A listing of conferences, workshops,
		   and other events of interest to individuals working
		   in media literacy; Programs of academic study or
		   special course offerings related to media study
		   at all levels of education; Resource listings
		   including books, journals, newsletters, media
		   resources, and related gopher sites
     TO SUBSCRIBE: Interact.uoregon.edu
		   Select:  Institutes, Projects and Centers/Media Literacy
   CONTRIBUTED BY: The Scout Report
		   Selden E Ball Jr 
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: Media, Literacy, Children, Lists, Resources, Books,
		   Journals, Newsletters, other gopher sites.
     CONTACT INFO:
			NOTE FROM RESOURCE COMPILER: You also
			might want to look at:

			Ohio Literacy Resource Center,
			Kent State University
			gopher:   archon.educ.kent.edu
gopher to Interact.uoregon.edu
gopher to archon.educ.kent.edu (OK 5/15/96)
WWW to archon.educ.kent.edu (OK 5/15/96)
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	  ADDRESS: http://www.cs.cmu.edu/Web/People/spok/banned-books.html
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Banned Books Online (including many children's books)
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: WWW 
     LAST UPDATED: May 15, 1996
 LONG DESCRIPTION: Banned Books Online is a new Web page featuring
		   books available on-line that have been the objects
		   of censorship, particularly by legal authorities or
		   by schools.	The on-line exhibit gives short
		   descriptions of the titles, which range from
		   "Ulysses" to "Little Red Riding Hood".  It
		   also describes how and why each book was censored
		   or suppressed.  You can then follow hypertext links
		   from the top-level page to the works themselves, so
		   that you can see what the censors didn't want people
		   to see. Pointers to other resources (both on- and
		   off-line) on censorship issues and on-line
		   literature are provided. The exhibit is based at
		   Carnegie Mellon University, where the administration
		   recently announced the university would censor
		   numerous newsgroups (including text-based groups)
		   related to sexuality, citing fears of legal
		   liability as its reason.  The exhibit is
		   particularly appropriate now, as a reminder of the
		   continuing struggle for free expression and the
		   increasingly important role of computer-based forms
		   of expression.
     TO SUBSCRIBE: http://www.cs.cmu.edu:8001/Web/People/spok/banned-books.html
   CONTRIBUTED BY: The Scout Report
		   Selden E Ball Jr 
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: Banned Books, Censorship, Pointers, Resources
     CONTACT INFO:
WWW to banned-books
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	  ADDRESS: una.hh.lib.umich.edu
SHORT DESCRIPTION: A Citizen's Guide to Internet Resources on the
		   Rights of Americans
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: GOPHER, WWW
     LAST UPDATED: January 30, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION: A Citizen's Guide to Internet Resources on the
		   Rights of Americans. The guide is designed for the
		   layperson and focuses on Internet resources which
		   explain and discuss individual rights under: the
		   Bill of Rights, select federal statutes (e.g., the
		   ADA, the Copyright Act); rights by status or group
		   (e.g., women, youth, the disabled); and, other
		   rights-related resources (e.g., gateways to legal
		   information). It has been posted on the
		   Clearinghouse of Subject-Oriented Internet Resource
		   Guides at the University of Michigan.
     TO SUBSCRIBE: gopher to:	una.hh.lib.umich.edu
		   select:  inetdirsstacks/Citizens' Rights
		   or use a Web browser:
   gopher://una.hh.lib.umich.edu:70/00/inetdirsstacks/citizens:bachpfaff
   CONTRIBUTED BY: The Scout Report
		   Selden E Ball Jr 
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: Youth Rights, Gateways to legal resources
     CONTACT INFO:
gopher to citizens:bachpfaff (OK 5/15/96)
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	  ADDRESS: http://www.lib.umich.edu/chhome.html
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Clearinghouse for Subject-Oriented Internet
		   Resource Guides
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: WWW 
     LAST UPDATED: January 30, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION: Clearinghouse for Subject-Oriented Internet Resource
		   Guides: Topical Guides to Internet Resources.
		   Students at UM's School of Information and Library
		   Studies have produced 11 new topical guides to the
		   Internet inboth HTML and ASCII formats. These
		   comprehensive guides identify and evaluate the
		   quality of Internet resources on a number of
		   topics ranging from cyberpreneurship to statistics
		   to emotional support.
     TO SUBSCRIBE: http://www.lib.umich.edu/chhome.html
   CONTRIBUTED BY: The Scout Report
		   Selden E Ball Jr 
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: Internet, Resources, Guides
     CONTACT INFO:
			NOTE FROM RESOURCE COMPILER:
			I included this as it points to
			other resource guides, which may
			help in a search for youth-related
			topics.
WWW to chhome (OK 5/15/96)
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	  ADDRESS: http://fdncenter.org/
SHORT DESCRIPTION: The Foundation Center - resource for grants, etc.
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: WWW 
     LAST UPDATED: January 30, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION: The Foundation Center:  An independent nonprofit
		   organization established by foundations in 1956
		   to increase public understanding of the foundation
		   field. The Center provides a comprehensive and
		   up-to-date database on foundations and corporate
		   giving programs, and publishes The Foundation
		   Directory--the classic reference work for
		   grantseekers--and some 50 other directories,
		   guides and research reports.  Information
		   from the databaseis available electronically
		   through custom searching and online services.
		   Center information is provided free to the public
		   at five Foundation Center libraries and
		   approximately 200 cooperating libraries across the
		   country. The Center introduces thousands of
		   grantseekers each year to the funding research process.
     TO SUBSCRIBE: http://fdncenter.org/
   CONTRIBUTED BY: The Scout Report
                   Selden E Ball Jr 
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: Foundations, Grants
     CONTACT INFO:
			NOTE FROM RESOURCE COMPILER:
			I included this resource as there
			are many in the fields of child-related
			work that need grants and funding.
			As this is often very difficult
			information to find otherwise, I
			thought it would be worthwhile.
WWW to fdncenter.org (slow images) (OK 5/15/96)
WWW to fdncenter.org (text) (OK 5/15/96)
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	  ADDRESS: http://thomas.loc.gov/
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Thomas: Legislative Information on the Internet
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: WWW 
     LAST UPDATED: January 30, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION: Thomas: Legislative Information on the Internet.
		   As stated on the homepage:  "In the spirit of
		   Thomas Jefferson, a service of the U.S. Congress
		   through its Library. Includes full text of
		   legislation for the 103rd Congress, with an
		   indication that the 104th Congress bills will
		   begin to appear at the end of this month; Full text
		   of the Congressional Record; _How Our Laws Are
		   Made_, an explanation of the lawmaking process
		   from the origin of a legislative proposal through
		   its publication as a law; and pointers to the
		   House and C-SPAN gophers.
     TO SUBSCRIBE: http://thomas.loc.gov/
   CONTRIBUTED BY: The Scout Report
		   Selden E Ball Jr 
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: Laws, Legislation, Bills, USA, Government
     CONTACT INFO:
			NOTE FROM RESOURCE COMPILER:
			There are many laws and bills that
			affect children's rights, and the
			rights of students, teachers, parents,
			and others.  This is another "you have
			to search for what you need" resource,
			but it is potentially very helpful
			and, again, difficult to find otherwise.
WWW to thomas.loc.gov (OK 5/15/96)
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	  ADDRESS: cali.kentlaw.edu
SHORT DESCRIPTION: CALI - The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: GOPHER
     LAST UPDATED: January 30, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION: CALI - The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal
		   Instruction -- CALI offers a growing library of
		   computer-based instructional exercises on a variety
		   of law-related subjects. At present, nearly seventy
		   exercises provide instruction in trial advocacy,
		   civil procedure, torts, evidence, professional
		   responsibility, wills and trusts, etc. In addition,
		   CALI's Legal Education Automation Project (LEAP)
		   distributes a broad array of software produced by
		   other vendors at special discounts through a
		   Third-Party Software Program. Membership with
		   CALI is open to all members of AALS.
		   [Newsletters, archives, and a descriptions of
		   computer-based training in 19 areas of law are
		   available on the gopher. The actual courseware is
		   available to members only. --Scout]
     TO SUBSCRIBE: Gopher to: cali.kentlaw.edu
   CONTRIBUTED BY: The Scout Report
		   Selden E Ball Jr 
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: Law, Training
     CONTACT INFO:
			NOTE FROM RESOURCE COMPILER:
			There are many people interested
			in pursuing law, or at least having
			a better knowledge of the legal
			system in the USA, especially in
			cases where they are going to
			trial.	[child custody for example].
			For those who want or need to know
			about their legal rights, (or who are
			teaching law for a high school class)
			this may be an interesting way to go about it.
gopher to cali.kentlaw.edu (failed 5/15/96)
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	  ADDRESS: fairrosa@phantom.com,
		   http://mindvox.phantom.com/~fairrosa
		    (children's related materials)
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Children's Literature Resource
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: INDIVIDUAL RESOURCE, WWW 
     LAST UPDATED: January 30, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION: I'm from Taiwan.  I came to the States five years
		   ago and studied Children's literature at Simmons
		   College, Boston, where I got my MA in Children's Lit.
		   I worked as a children's book sales person in a
		   children's specialty books store, a subsidiary
		   rights assiatant for a children's publisher, and
		   now am working as a children's librarian trainee
		   in New York Public Library.	(When I get my MLS
		   next summer, I'll be officially a children's
		   librarian :)

		   I'd love to be in contact with more people who
		   share the same passion about children's lit.  And,
		   please make a notation of my homepage on WWW.
		   Where I have put some links and files about
		   children's literature.
     TO SUBSCRIBE: E-MAIL CONTACT: fairrosa@phantom.com,
		   WWW: http://mindvox.phantom.com/~fairrosa
			 (children's related materials)
   CONTRIBUTED BY: fairrosa@phantom.com
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: Children's Literature
     CONTACT INFO:
WWW to fairrosa (OK 5/15/96)
Send e'mail to fairrosa@phantom.com
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	  ADDRESS: ERG@HK.PN.COM
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Rights of Students with Chronic Health Conditions
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: INDIVIDUAL RESOURCE
     LAST UPDATED: January 31, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION: I am an educational rights specialist focusing on
		   the educational issues of students with chronic
		   health conditions (day care through high school).
		   My emphasis is on finding educationally and
		   medically appropriate solutions to problems such
		   as access to medication, disrupted attendance,
		   physical education and forced exercise, promotion
		   or grading penalties, exclusion from field trips,
		   lack of school nurses and inappropriate delegation
		   of health decisions, the effects of medication on
		   behavior and learning, poor indoor air quality and
		   environmental hazards, discrimination of any kind
		   in policies or practices...

		   I help people learn about Section 504 as a basic
		   tool for making schools safer and friendlier for
		   students who have asthma, food allergies, diabetes,
		   cancer, chronic fatigue, arthritis, heart problems,
		   seizures, etc......

		   I write about exemplary teachers, school nurses or
		   classrooms and good resources that make it easier
		   for families, schools and health professionals to
		   collaborate for healthier schools. I consult with
		   families, schools, health professionals and
		   organizations and publish in journals and
		   newsletters.

		   Please contact me if you would like any written
		   material or more information.
     TO SUBSCRIBE: Contact ERG@HK.PN.COM
   CONTRIBUTED BY: ERG@HK.PN.COM
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: Rights, Children, Teenagers, Infants, Health,
		   Chronic Health Problems, Asthma, Allergies,
		   Diabetes, Journal, Professional, Newsletter
     CONTACT INFO: Ellie Goldberg, M.Ed., Educational Rights Specialist
		   HEALTHY KIDS: THE KEY TO BASICS
		   79 Elmore Street, Newton MA 02159
		   617/965-9637  FAX 617/965-5407
		   ERG@HK.PN.COM
Send e'mail to ERG@HK.PN.COM
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	  ADDRESS: ECENET-L@VMD.CSO.UIUC.EDU
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Early Childhood Education Discussion List
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: MAILING LIST
     LAST UPDATED: January 31, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION: ECENET-L is a discussion list for anybody
		   interested in early childhood education. Operated
		   by the ERIC Clearinghouse on Elementary and Early
		   Childhood Education (ERIC/EECE) at the University
		   of Illinois, ECENET-L is the place where parents,
		   teachers, representatives of professional
		   associations and government agencies, faculty and
		   researchers, students and teachers, librarians,
		   and anyone else interested in early childhood
		   education come together to share ideas, resources,
		   problems, and solutions.
     TO SUBSCRIBE: To subscribe, send a message to:
			 LISTSERV@VMD.CSO.UIUC.EDU
		   Leave the subject line blank. Then type
			SUB ECENET-L YourFirstName YourLastName
		   in the first line of the message area.
   CONTRIBUTED BY: "Amy Aidman" 
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: Early Childhood Education
     CONTACT INFO: Amy Aidman, Ph.D.
		   ERIC Clearinghouse on Elementary and Early Childhood
		   Education
		   805 W. Pennsylvania Avenue, Urbana, IL.  61801
		   Ph:	(800) 583-4135	 Fax:  (217) 333-3767
		   E-mail:  a-aidman@uiuc.edu
Send e'mail to LISTSERV@VMD.CSO.UIUC.EDU Send e'mail to a-aidman@uiuc.edu
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GTORY 32

	  ADDRESS: NOT ONLINE - TOLL FREE NUMBER
SHORT DESCRIPTION: National Center for Youth with Disabilities (NCYD)
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: OFFLINE - Toll Free Number for Information
     LAST UPDATED: January 31, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION: The National Center for Youth with Disabilities
		   (NCYD) is a source of information about the needs
		   of adolescents with special needs. NCYD maintains
		   a database of information, and while it is not
		   online, I would be happy to share that information
		   with families, professionals, etc.  If you send
		   your address or call our toll-free number
		   (800-333-6293) I would be happy to send you some
		   information about NCYD.
     TO SUBSCRIBE: Call 1-800-333-6293 for more information about NCYD
   CONTRIBUTED BY:
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: Disabilities, Youth, Toll-Free, Professionals,
		   Families, Information, Adolescents, Special Needs
     CONTACT INFO:
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GTORY 33

	  ADDRESS: NOT ONLINE
SHORT DESCRIPTION: The National Coalition for Campus Child Care, Inc.
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: OFFLINE - CALL/WRITE FOR INFORMATION
     LAST UPDATED: January 31, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION: The National Coalition for Campus Child Care, Inc.
		   has members from many colleges and universities.
		   They will be having their spring conference in
		   Phoenix this April 5-8.  You may want to contact
		   them and possibly join the organization.  For
		   membership information write to:

		   National Coalition for Campus Child Care, Inc.
		   P. O. Box 258, Cascade, WI 53011.
		   Phone: (414) 528-7080,
		   FAX: (414) 528-8753.

     TO SUBSCRIBE: SEE ABOVE
   CONTRIBUTED BY: "E. Manlove" 
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: Child Care, Campus, College, Children
     CONTACT INFO:
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	  ADDRESS: MIDDLE-L@VMD.CSO.UIUC.EDU
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Discussion about Middle Level Education (open to all)
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: MAILING LIST
     LAST UPDATED: February 2, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION: MIDDLE-L is a discussion list for anybody interested
		   in Middle Level Education.

		   Co-owned by the ERIC Clearinghouse on Elementary and
		   Early Childhood Education and the Center for Early
		   Adolescence at the University of North Carolina at
		   Chapel Hill, MIDDLE-L is the place where classroom
		   teachers, administrators, researchers, parents,
		   school library media specialists, and anyone else
		   interested in middle schools can come together to
		   share ideas, resources, problems, and solutions 24
		   hours a day, 7 days a week!
     TO SUBSCRIBE: All you need to do is send a
		   one-line e-mail message that reads:
		       SUBSCRIBE MIDDLE-L Firstname Lastname
		   Send the message to:
		       LISTSERV@VMD.CSO.UIUC.EDU
   CONTRIBUTED BY: "Amy Aidman" 
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: Middle School, Ages 11 - 14, Parents, Teachers,
		   Library Media Specialists, Open
     CONTACT INFO: Questions?  Contact:

		   Dianne Rothenberg at ERIC/EECE
		   Voice: 800/583-4135
		   E-Mail: rothenbe@uiuc.edu
Send e'mail to rothenbe@uiuc.edu

		   Jim Rosinia at CEA
		   Voice: 919/966-1148
		   E-Mail: jim_rosinia@unc.edu
Send e'mail to jim_rosinia@unc.edu

Send e'mail to LISTSERV@VMD.CSO.UIUC.EDU
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	  ADDRESS: REGGIO-L@VMD.CSO.UIUC.EDU
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Reggio Emilia Approach to early childhood education
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: MAILING LIST
     LAST UPDATED: February 2, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION: REGGIO-L is the place where early childhood
		   educators, researchers, students, parents, and
		   others who have an ongoing interest in the
		   Reggio Emilia approach to early childhood
		   education can discuss the educational philosophy
		   behind the Reggio Emilia program, teaching
		   approaches and essential elements of the program,
		   its adaptation in the United States, and other
		   related topics.

		   REGGIO-L is a discussion list co-owned by the
		   Merrill-Palmer Institute at Wayne State University
		   and the ERIC Clearinghouse on Elementary and Early
		   Childhood Education (ERIC/EECE) at the University
		   of Illinois.
     TO SUBSCRIBE: Send E-mail to:
			LISTSERV@VMD.CSO.UIUC.EDU
		   with the message:
			SUBSCRIBE REGGIO-L Firstname Lastname
   CONTRIBUTED BY: "Amy Aidman" 
	LISTOWNER: Co-owners: Patricia Weissman, Merrill-Palmer
		   Institute (usergmrm@mts.cc.wayne.edu) and Amy
		   Aidman, ERIC/EECE (a-aidman@uiuc.edu)
	 KEYWORDS: Reggio Emilia, Early Childhood Education
     CONTACT INFO: Amy Aidman at ERIC/EECE
		   Voice: 800/583-4135; 217/333-1386
		   Email: a-aidman@uiuc.edu
Send e'mail to a-aidman@uiuc.edu

Send e'mail to LISTSERV@VMD.CSO.UIUC.EDU
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GTORY 36

	  ADDRESS: SAC@UX1.CSO.UIUC.EDU
SHORT DESCRIPTION: SAC Discussion Group on School-Age Care
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: MAILING LIST, GOPHER ARCHIVES
     LAST UPDATED: February 2, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION: SAC is a discussion list for anybody interested in
		   school-age care planning, resources, activities,
		   funding, staff and staff development, and related
		   subjects.

		   Co-owned by the School-Age Child Care Project
		   (SACCProject) at the Center for Research on Women
		   at Wellesley College and the ERIC Clearinghouse on
		   Elementary and Early Childhood Education
		   (ERIC/EECE) at the University of Illinois at
		   Urbana-Champaign, SAC is the place where
		   administrators, caregivers/teachers,
		   policymakers, parents, and others interested in
		   school-age care can come together over the Internet
		   to share ideas, resources, problems, and solutions.

		   SAC is archived on the ericir.syr.edu gopher site.

     TO SUBSCRIBE: Send a message to
			MAJORDOMO@UX1.CSO.UIUC.EDU.
		   Leave the subject line blank. Just type
			subscribe SAC 
		   in the first line of the message area and send the
		   message. Do not add your signature.
   CONTRIBUTED BY: "Amy Aidman" 
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: Childcare, School age, age 5 and up, administrators,
		   caregivers, nanny, au-pair, parents, ERIC
     CONTACT INFO: Dianne Rothenberg
		   800/583-4135
		   rothenbe@uiuc.edu
Send e'mail to rothenbe@uiuc.edu

		   Michelle Seligson or Susan Hafer
		   617/283-2547
		   shafer@wellesley.edu
Send e'mail to shafer@wellesley.edu

Send e'mail to Majordomo@UX1.CSO.UIUC.EDU
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GTORY 37

	  ADDRESS: YPREP1@AOL.COM
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Available to help teens with drug/alcohol problems.
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: INDIVIDUAL RESOURCE
     LAST UPDATED: February 2, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION: I read your listing and would love to help.
		   I am great at help teens with their problems,
		   especialy teens who have drug and alcohol problems,
		   but also any teen who just wants someone to talk to.
     TO SUBSCRIBE: Contact YPREP1 directly
   CONTRIBUTED BY: YPREP1@AOL.COM
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: Alcohol, Drug, Addictions, Teenagers, Teens,
		   Adolescents, Listening, Talking, Helping
     CONTACT INFO:
Send e'mail to YPREP1

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GTORY 38

	  ADDRESS: ECEOL-L@MAINE.BITNET
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Early Childhood Education On-Line mailing list
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: MAILING LIST
     LAST UPDATED: February 7, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION:
     TO SUBSCRIBE: Send E-mail to:
			LISTSERV@MAINE.BITNET (LISTSERV@MAINE.MAINE.EDU)
		   with the message:
			SUB ECEOL-L Firstname Lastname
   CONTRIBUTED BY: BONNIEB@MAINE.MAINE.EDU
	LISTOWNER: JIMCHIAV@MAINE.MAINE.EDU, BONNIEB@MAINE.MAINE.EDU
	 KEYWORDS:
     CONTACT INFO:
Send e'mail to LISTSERV@MAINE.MAINE.EDU
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GTORY 39

	  ADDRESS: http://www.interaccess.com/health.html#child
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Child Health links (paths to online resources)
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: WWW 
     LAST UPDATED: July 27, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION:
     TO SUBSCRIBE: Use LYNX, Mosaic, or other WWW browser
   CONTRIBUTED BY: ulysses@interaccess.com (Dennis Fey)
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS: Children, Health, Online Resources
     CONTACT INFO:

This resource was not available as of July 27, 1995
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GTORY 40

	  ADDRESS: BEHAVIOR@ASUACAD.BITNET
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Behavioral and Emotional Disorders in Children
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: MAILING LIST
     LAST UPDATED: January 26, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION:
     TO SUBSCRIBE: E-mail: LISTSERV@ASUACAD.BITNET with the message:
		       SUB BEHAVIOR Firstname Lastname.
   CONTRIBUTED BY: BITNET LIST of LISTS
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS:
     CONTACT INFO:
Send e'mail to LISTSERV@ASUACAD.BITNET
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GTORY 41

	  ADDRESS: CHILDLIT@RUTVM1.BITNET
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Children's Literature: Criticism and Theory
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: MAILING LIST
     LAST UPDATED: January 26, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION:
     TO SUBSCRIBE: E-mail: LISTSERV@RUTVM1.BITNET with the message:
		       SUB CHILDLIT Firstname Lastname.
   CONTRIBUTED BY: BITNET LIST of LISTS
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS:
     CONTACT INFO:
Send e'mail to LISTSERV@RUTVM1.BITNET
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GTORY 42

	  ADDRESS: CHILDMUS@RICEVM1.RICE.EDU
SHORT DESCRIPTION: A Forum for Children's Museum Professionals
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: MAILING LIST
     LAST UPDATED: January 26, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION:
     TO SUBSCRIBE: E-Mail: LISTSERV@RICEVM1.RICE.EDU with the message:
			SUB CHILDMUS Firstname Lastname.
   CONTRIBUTED BY: BITNET LIST of LISTS
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS:
     CONTACT INFO:
Send e'mail to LISTSERV@RICEVM1.RICE.EDU
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GTORY 43

	  ADDRESS: CHILDRI-@HEARN.BITNET
SHORT DESCRIPTION: United Nations Declaration on the Rights of of the Child.
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: MAILING LIST
     LAST UPDATED: January 26, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION:
     TO SUBSCRIBE: E-Mail: LISTSERV@HEARN.BITNET with the message:
			SUB CHILDRI- Firstname Lastname.
   CONTRIBUTED BY: BITNET LIST of LISTS
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS:
     CONTACT INFO:
Send e'mail to LISTSERV@HEARN.BITNET
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GTORY 44

	  ADDRESS: CISV-L@MAINE.BITNET
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Children's International Summer Village distribution list
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: MAILING LIST
     LAST UPDATED: January 26, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION:
     TO SUBSCRIBE: E-Mail: LISTSERV@MAINE.BITNET (LISTSERV@MAINE.MAINE.EDU)
		   with the message:
			SUB CISV-L Firstname Lastname.
   CONTRIBUTED BY: BITNET LIST of LISTS
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS:
     CONTACT INFO:
Send e'mail to LISTSERV@MAINE.MAINE.EDU
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GTORY 45

	  ADDRESS: CSHCN-L@NERVM.BITNET
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Children with Special Health Care Needs
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: MAILING LIST
     LAST UPDATED: January 26, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION:
     TO SUBSCRIBE: E-Mail: LISTSERV@NERVM.BITNET with the message:
			SUB CSHCN-L Firstname Lastname.
   CONTRIBUTED BY: BITNET LIST of LISTS
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS:
     CONTACT INFO:
Send e'mail to LISTSERV@NERVM.BITNET
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GTORY 46

	  ADDRESS: CYF-L@UMINN1.BITNET
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Children Youth & Family Discussion
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: MAILING LIST
     LAST UPDATED: January 26, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION:
     TO SUBSCRIBE: E-Mail: LISTSERV@UMINN1.BITNET with the message:
			SUB CYF-L Firstname Lastname.
   CONTRIBUTED BY: BITNET LIST of LISTS
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS:
     CONTACT INFO:
Send e'mail to LISTSERV@UMINN1.BITNET
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GTORY 47

	  ADDRESS: DADVOCAT@UKCC.BITNET
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Dads of Children with Disabilities or Special Health Needs
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: MAILING LIST
     LAST UPDATED: January 26, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION:
     TO SUBSCRIBE: E-Mail: LISTSERV@UKCC.BITNET with the message:
			SUB DADVOCAT Firstname Lastname.
   CONTRIBUTED BY: BITNET LIST of LISTS
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS:
     CONTACT INFO:
Send e'mail to LISTSERV@UKCC.BITNET
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GTORY 48

	  ADDRESS: DEAFKIDS@SJUVM.BITNET
SHORT DESCRIPTION: DeafKids List for Deaf Children
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: MAILING LIST
     LAST UPDATED: January 26, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION:
     TO SUBSCRIBE: E-Mail: LISTSERV@SJUVM.STJOHNS.EDU with the message:
			SUB DEAFKIDS Firstname Lastname.
		   NOTE: YOU MUST BE SUBSCRIBED TO SEND E-MAIL TO THIS
		   LIST.  IT MAY BE A SPECIAL PROGRAM.
   CONTRIBUTED BY: BITNET LIST of LISTS
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS:
     CONTACT INFO:
Send e'mail to LISTSERV@SJUVM.STJOHNS.EDU
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GTORY 49

	  ADDRESS: FATHER-L@UMINN1.BITNET
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Importance of Fathers in Childrens Lives
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: MAILING LIST
     LAST UPDATED: January 26, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION:
     TO SUBSCRIBE: E-Mail: LISTSERV@UMINN1.BITNET with the message:
			SUB FATHER-L Firstname Lastname.
   CONTRIBUTED BY: BITNET LIST of LISTS
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS:
     CONTACT INFO:
Send e'mail to LISTSERV@UMINN1.BITNET
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GTORY 50

	  ADDRESS: SVS@WORLD.STD.COM
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Sudbury Valley School (and other alternative schools)
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: MAILING LIST
     LAST UPDATED: January 26, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION:
     TO SUBSCRIBE: Send E-Mail to: SVS-REQUEST@WORLD.STD.COM with the
		   message: SUBSCRIBE SVS Firstname Lastname.  I believe
		   that new subscribers are manually added.
   CONTRIBUTED BY:
	LISTOWNER: Scott D Gray (address forthcoming in next release)
	 KEYWORDS: Alternative Education, Free Schools, Sudbury Valley,
		   Puget Sound, Community School, Democratic Schooling
     CONTACT INFO:
Send e'mail to SVS-REQUEST@WORLD.STD.COM
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GTORY 51

	  ADDRESS: TCS-LIST@NETCOM.COM
SHORT DESCRIPTION: *Taking Children Seriously* Discussion group
		   Online Forum rather like Sarah Lawrence's paper
		   Magazine in London.
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: MAILING LIST
     LAST UPDATED: January 26, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION:
     TO SUBSCRIBE: Send E-Mail to: LISTSERV@NETCOM.COM with the
			message: SUB TCS-LIST 
   CONTRIBUTED BY:
	LISTOWNER: timstarr@netcom.com, Sarah Lawrence in UK
	 KEYWORDS: Theory, Discussion, Youth, Children, Rights
     CONTACT INFO:
Send e'mail to LISTSERV@NETCOM.COM
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GTORY 52

	  ADDRESS: YOUTHNET@INDYCMS.BITNET
SHORT DESCRIPTION: YouthNet
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: MAILING LIST
     LAST UPDATED: January 26, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION:
     TO SUBSCRIBE: E-Mail: LISTSERV@INDYCMS.BITNET with the message:
			SUB YOUTHNET Firstname Lastname
   CONTRIBUTED BY: BITNET LIST of LISTS
	LISTOWNER:
	 KEYWORDS:
     CONTACT INFO:
Send e'mail to LISTSERV@INDYCMS.BITNET
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GTORY 53

	  ADDRESS: Y-RIGHTS@SJUVM.STJOHNS.EDU
SHORT DESCRIPTION: Discussion on the rights of kids/teens
 TYPE OF RESOURCE: MAILING LIST
     LAST UPDATED: February 9, 1995
 LONG DESCRIPTION: Y-RIGHTS is a general purpose children's rights
		   discussion group.  It is open to everybody, whether
		   kid, teen, young adult, parent, teacher, professor,
		   activist, lawyer, government official - and those who
		   don't fit those catagories!

		   There are participants on the list that are lawyers,
		   medical doctors, teachers, professors, teenagers,
		   kids, college/university students, unemployed folks
		   struggling to keep Internet access, government
		   officials, child welfare advocates, social workers,
		   ministers, and people who just won't be fit in a
		   catagory - all coming together under the common
		   banner of being interested in the rights of kids and
		   teenagers.

		   The discussion topics vary from week to week, and it
		   is a very conversational list.  Topics such as
		   privacy issues (locker room searches, etc.), suicide,
		   sex, the law, freedom of speech or association,
		   religion, drugs, mental problems, mental solutions,
		   parents (and parenting), are all past, present and
		   future topics.  It's somewhat pragmatic, dealing less
		   with theoretical rights and more with practical
		   issues.  [Those more interested in a theoretical
		   discussion on children's rights will be more interested
		   in GTORY 51 - TCS-LIST@NETCOM.COM]
     TO SUBSCRIBE: Send E-Mail to: LISTSERV@SJUVM.STJOHNS.EDU with the message:
			SUB Y-RIGHTS Firstname Lastname  or
			SUB Y-RIGHTS Name of Organization

		   Once you've subscribed, you may choose to receive
		   the daily digest instead of each message individually.

		   You can do this, after subscribing, by sending e-mail
		   to the LISTSERV with the message:

			SET Y-RIGHTS DIGEST

		   You will then receive one e-mail per day, containing the
		   day's postings.
   CONTRIBUTED BY: Kenneth Udut
	LISTOWNER: Alex fsajh@aurora.alaska.edu

	 KEYWORDS: Children's Rights, Adolescents, Teenagers, Advocacy,
		   Activism, Freedom, Laws, Government, Youth
     CONTACT INFO: The contact person for Y-RIGHTS is:
		   Alex.  Please send e-mail to:
                   fsajh@aurora.alaska.edu
Send e'mail to fsajh@aurora.alaska.edu

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