Call for Paper Proposals
Deadline for proposals: May 14, 2004
"Blending New Learning Technologies into Traditional Art Historical
Instruction at the Introductory Level"
An abundance of new technologies is being introduced into college art
history classes, predominantly by individual instructors in small classes on an ad hoc basis, thus limiting the extent to which lessons learned can be applied to other curricular contexts. This session aims to provide an overview of strategies, best practices and emerging trends to fund, develop, and share digital programs for large numbers of users in an academic (large enrollment survey) or museum environment. Papers and demonstrations may represent case studies or broader investigations of technology in art historical instruction. Submissions from faculty-teachers, museum education staff, and publishers encouraged.
Session sponsored by the Art Historians Interested in Pedagogy & Technology Annual Conference of the College Art Association
Atlanta, Georgia, February 16-19, 2005
Proposals should be sent by the May 14 deadline to the two contacts below.
Dr. Laetitia La Follette
University of Massachusetts
130 Hicks Way, Amherst, MA 01003
Dr. Kelly Donahue-Wallace
University of North Texas
School of Visual Arts
P.O. Box 305100
Denton, TX 76203 Email: email@example.com
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