National Register nomination process in Georgia ContactLynn Speno, National Register & Survey Specialist firstname.lastname@example.org or 770-389-7842 We have updated our photography requirements for HPIFs and HDIFs - please see section 5B for details! Part 1: Where to StartPart 2: Application FormsPart 3: HPD’s Review Process of Proposed NominationsPart 4: Additional Information Review, Site Visits, and Scheduling for Review BoardPart 5: Georgia National Register Review Board Part 6: Completing the Nomination Process Georgia’s National Register program is administered by the Historic Preservation Division (HPD), the state’s historic preservation office. HPD encourages National Register proposals from the public for a wide variety of properties to meet the state’s historic preservation needs. However, due to current staffing levels, a typical nomination can take up to 18 months to process after it is accepted and approved by our office.
Nik's QuickShout: Which ELT blogs do you read? Pages Tuesday, 21 February 2017 Which ELT blogs do you read? 1 Million Spiders Make Golden Silk for Rare Cloth A rare textile made from the silk of more than a million wild spiders goes on display today at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. To produce this unique golden cloth, 70 people spent four years collecting golden orb spiders from telephone poles in Madagascar, while another dozen workers carefully extracted about 80 feet of silk filament from each of the arachnids. The resulting 11-foot by 4-foot textile is the only large piece of cloth made from natural spider silk existing in the world today. “Spider silk is very elastic, and it has a tensile strength that is incredibly strong compared to steel or Kevlar,” said textile expert Simon Peers, who co-led the project. “There’s scientific research going on all over the world right now trying to replicate the tensile properties of spider silk and apply it to all sorts of areas in medicine and industry, but no one up until now has succeeded in replicating 100 percent of the properties of natural spider silk.”
21st Century Skills Definitions The IMLS Project Team and Task Force considered the list of skills commonly referred to as "21st Century Skills" and modified it slightly to better align with library and museum priorities.1 The resulting list includes the following additions: Basic Literacy, Scientific & Numerical Literacy, Visual Literacy, Cross-Disciplinary Skills, and Environmental Literacy. Not every skill on this list will be aligned with every institution’s vision and mission. Further, not every community will prioritize the same skills. Library and museum leaders should consider this list as a starting point beyond which it should be customized to fit the unique character, requirements, and priorities of the institution and its audiences.
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A Wonderful Copyright Flowchart for Your Class June , 2014 Can I use material I found online for teaching and or school work? This is one of the recurrent questions you would probably hear so often within educational settings."Copyright literacy" is an essential component of digital citizenship. Knowing what constitutes a copyright violation and how to decipher copyrighted materials from CC licensed and public domain materials is a skill every student should master. It is true that Internet and more particularly web 2.0 technologies have redefined the concept of agency, giving full performative freedom to anyone with the least technical knowledge to write, record, mash up, share, and create different multimedia artefacts, but this freedom is only meaningfully productive when it is grounded in a creative mindset that respects and acknowledges and builds on the works of others.
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