Posts Tagged: Art Historians Interested in Pedagogy and Technology

From “Neatline: Syllabus as Interactive Visualization”  by Caroline Bruzelius and Hannah Jacobs. Introduction to Art History, Unit 2, Lecture 1: Prehistory: Paleolithic. Lectures contain readings, dates, spatial coverage, lecture slides, maps providing historical context, and other relevant information (image created by Wired! Lab at Duke University)

How Have New Technologies Shaped the Introductory Art History Classroom? Why Does It Matter? An Update from Art Historians Interested in Pedagogy and Technology

Art Journal Open’s News & Notes section launches with an update from Art Historians Interested in Pedagogy and Technology.

From “Neatline: Syllabus as Interactive Visualization”  by Caroline Bruzelius and Hannah Jacobs. Introduction to Art History, Unit 2, Lecture 1: Prehistory: Paleolithic. Lectures contain readings, dates, spatial coverage, lecture slides, maps providing historical context, and other relevant information (image created by Wired! Lab at Duke University)

How Have New Technologies Shaped the Introductory Art History Classroom? Why Does It Matter? An Update from Art Historians Interested in Pedagogy and Technology

Art Journal Open’s News & Notes section launches with an update from Art Historians Interested in Pedagogy and Technology.