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Digital Media & Culture

 Digital communications and technology have affected our culture in every way. In my opinion, every art department, liberal arts or otherwise, should not be without substantial digital course offerings, even for the most basic purpose of introducing to students the way that these technologies have affected “traditional” art practices and human perception. In the Spring […]

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Video interview en Español

Marina’s project stems from an advanced level Spanish course where students are required to conduct an interview with a Spanish speaking faculty member. She’s taken that interview format, made a few minor changes, and now has her intermediate Spanish students interview returnees from abroad as part of two month project that ends with a cultural […]

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Collaboration across the arts

Collaboration Across the Arts (Fine Arts, Music and Speech & Theatre), is taught annually in the fall and is designed to bring out the best in students as creators of new knowledge using digital technologies. The primary pedagogical goal of the course is to empower students as active learners who also assume the roles of […]

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