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Student Perceptions Of A Hybrid Course, Sara Marcketti, Jennifer Yurchisin Oct 2005

Student Perceptions Of A Hybrid Course, Sara Marcketti, Jennifer Yurchisin

Apparel, Events and Hospitality Management Publications

This study explores students' (n=156) perceptions towards a hybrid introductory textile science course offered at the university level. Results suggest students are satisfied with they hybrid learning model, preferring the hybrid learning model to both the online-only and offline-only course presentation format.


Winter Alley, Kate Brown Jan 2005

Winter Alley, Kate Brown

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Grampa, Tony Oliver Jan 2005

Grampa, Tony Oliver

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Cover Art Taken From "Droplets", Michael Blazing Jan 2005

Cover Art Taken From "Droplets", Michael Blazing

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Mother And Child, Jonathan Castro Jan 2005

Mother And Child, Jonathan Castro

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Surprised By Yellow, Rachel Stork Jan 2005

Surprised By Yellow, Rachel Stork

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Self Portrait 1, Terrell Robbins Jan 2005

Self Portrait 1, Terrell Robbins

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Untitled Lamp, Brian Laskowski Jan 2005

Untitled Lamp, Brian Laskowski

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Potato Machine, Justin Klocke Jan 2005

Potato Machine, Justin Klocke

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Shy Of The Moon, Michael Blazing Jan 2005

Shy Of The Moon, Michael Blazing

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Silenced, Tony Oliver Jan 2005

Silenced, Tony Oliver

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Still Life With Tricycle, Rachel Stork Jan 2005

Still Life With Tricycle, Rachel Stork

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A Chance Encounter, Matthew Peterson Jan 2005

A Chance Encounter, Matthew Peterson

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Artful Identifications: Crafting Survival In Japanese American Concentration Camps, Jane E. Dusselier Jan 2005

Artful Identifications: Crafting Survival In Japanese American Concentration Camps, Jane E. Dusselier

Jane E. Dusselier

"Artful Identifications" offers three meanings of internment art. First, internees remade locations of imprisonment into livable places of survival. Inside places were remade as internees responded to degraded living conditions by creating furniture with discarded apple crates, cardboard, tree branches and stumps, scrap pieces of wood left behind by government carpenters, and wood lifted from guarded lumber piles. Having addressed the material conditions of their living units, internees turned their attention to aesthetic matters by creating needle crafts, wood carvings, ikebana, paintings, shell art, and kobu. Dramatic changes to outside spaces of "assembly centers" and concentration camps were also critical ...


Design Piracy In The United States Women's Ready-To-Wear Apparel Industry: 1910-1941 , Sara Beth Marcketti Jan 2005

Design Piracy In The United States Women's Ready-To-Wear Apparel Industry: 1910-1941 , Sara Beth Marcketti

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

This research investigates the economic conditions of the American apparel industry, as well as the complex interactions of apparel industry members, trade organizations, and the U.S. government to better understand the reasons cited for supporters of apparel style protection versus those who accepted design piracy. The purpose is to examine the concept of piracy within the historical context of the American ready-to-wear apparel industry. Through an analysis of journalistic coverage in trade and popular fashion periodicals, pertinent legal records, economic and census data, governmental hearings, archival sources, and the case study of the Fashion Originators Guild of America, this ...


Creating Positive Wayfinding Experience, Yanling Wang Jan 2005

Creating Positive Wayfinding Experience, Yanling Wang

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

About half a century after Lynch's research about way-finding, designers have been able to solve wayfinding problems more comprehensively. But the role of emotion, especially that of the positive ones on wayfinding design has seldom been systematically discussed before. My goal in writing this thesis is to increase the awareness of positive emotions and their impacts on wayfinding. A positive wayfinding experience is effective, efficient, as well as pleasurable and enjoyable. Key elements of a positive wayfinding experience include the consideration of environment, information, service, and emotion. A taxonomy of wayfinding experiences based on human needs instead of functions ...


"It Is A Profession That Is New, Unlimited And Rich!": The Promotion Of The American Fashion Designer In The 1930s , Sheryl Ann Farnan Jan 2005

"It Is A Profession That Is New, Unlimited And Rich!": The Promotion Of The American Fashion Designer In The 1930s , Sheryl Ann Farnan

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

This study examines the American fashion designer portrayed through diverse publicity generated in various popular culture formats during the Depression era, 1930--1940. Through career literature, fiction, feature film, and promotion in magazine articles, the American woman came to know the creators of her fashions. Themes of wholesale design, retail design, income and perquisites, education and training emerged. Other themes such as client relations, selling, work process, and attitudes toward the French mystique were also discussed. A picture developed of a profession with unlimited opportunity which allowed women to rise to executive leadership, utilize creativity and artistic talent, earn a lucrative ...


Cover Art Taken From "Chicago", Julie Niskanen Jan 2005

Cover Art Taken From "Chicago", Julie Niskanen

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Untitled 2 (Figure), Tiffany Knutson Jan 2005

Untitled 2 (Figure), Tiffany Knutson

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Somerset, Elfira Karim Jan 2005

Somerset, Elfira Karim

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Chicago, Julie Niskanen Jan 2005

Chicago, Julie Niskanen

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Internal Transcendance Iii, Julie Niskanen Jan 2005

Internal Transcendance Iii, Julie Niskanen

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Droplets, Michael Blazing Jan 2005

Droplets, Michael Blazing

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Landscape With Oranges, Elfira Karim Jan 2005

Landscape With Oranges, Elfira Karim

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Identification Of Plant Residue With Commercial Potential As Natural Dyestuffs, Sara J. Kadolph Jan 2005

Identification Of Plant Residue With Commercial Potential As Natural Dyestuffs, Sara J. Kadolph

Leopold Center Completed Grant Reports

The project explored whether plants grown by farmers' market producers could be used successfully as natural dyes for textile making. A variety of plants and dyestuffs were investigated.