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Communication

January 20, 2015

Maine Arts Education

Screen Shot 2015-01-19 at 7.27.24 PMA couple of weeks ago I mentioned that I had started to post to the Maine Arts Education Facebook page on a regular basis. This happened partially because I had so much content that I couldn’t put it out there fast enough on the Maine Arts Education blog. At the end of the day yesterday I realized that I had posted 12 items to Facebook, yesterday alone. The format provides me the opportunity to get information out to you more quickly. In addition, the blog posts from here automatically go to Facebook and to Twitter. On Facebook, look for Maine Arts Education and on Twitter, meartsed.

Some of you may not know that you can subscribe to the blog by going to the bottom right hand corner of this page and click on “Sign me up!” and join the other 1,057 who automatically receive the blog posts as soon as they are posted with a message to your email.

Screen Shot 2015-01-19 at 6.45.57 PMScreen Shot 2015-01-19 at 7.25.06 PMAlong with Facebook, Twitter, and Maine Arts Ed blog, you can also email me at argy.nestor@maine.gov and request that you receive the Tuesday morning emails. I will add you to the Maine Arts Education list-serv that the Maine Arts Commission provides. There are many opportunities, a plethora of information, and recent research being posted, that I want to make sure you are aware of.  And, if you come across information that you think others would like to learn about, please be sure and forward it to me and I’d be glad to share it with the field.

Many of you have heard me say that “none of us is as smart as all of us”. Sharing information and communication provides us multiple opportunities to collaborate and raise the standards for what we are doing. Thanks so much for sharing and communicating!

If you have any suggestions or questions, please be sure and contact me!

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