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  Disclaimer:  This WebQuest was created to fulfill the requirements of a graduate course at Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis.  The resources listed are authentic and, I believe, reputable; however, the project described is fictitious.  It was designed to illustrate the potential electronic resources bring to an endeavor such as this.  The community organizations listed suggest actual organizations.  No organizations sponsor this project. 
 

     

 C. I. A.
 Cemetery Information Association 
Franklin County Indiana

 
   

 

20 June 2003

Jr. Historical Society Cemetery Taskforce Members
C/O Brookville Public Library
Brookville, Indiana

Dear Taskforce Members,

You have worked very hard this summer, and your efforts are greatly appreciated.  We'd like to know what you think about your experiences with this project.  Please send an E-mail to the WebQuest Coordinator by clicking on the "E-mail" link on the red column to your right.  Please keep the following  points in mind when submitting your E-mail message:

  1. Is the cemetery research rewarding--i.e. fun, purposeful, worthwhile?  What could be done to make it more rewarding?
  2. Is the WebQuest helpful?  What could be done to make it more helpful?
  3. Do you feel you had all the resources (equipment and information) needed to successfully complete this project?
  4. Feel free to make any suggestions for improvement.
  5. Based on your experiences this summer, would you want to work on this project again next summer?

Don't worry about hurting anyone's feelings.  Your responses will be compiled anonymously.  The WebQuest Coordinator will report on what was said, not who said it.

Thanks again,

The C.I.A

 

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