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Teaching, Connecting, And Having Fun: The Interplay Between Empathy, Play, And Comics In Graphic Design Higher Education, Cyndi Wiley Jan 2014

Teaching, Connecting, And Having Fun: The Interplay Between Empathy, Play, And Comics In Graphic Design Higher Education, Cyndi Wiley

Graduate Theses and Dissertations

Existing teaching tools for learning software in undergraduate graphic design programs include videos, lengthy tutorial books, and teacher-led in class demos. Based on several interviews with faculty at differently sized colleges and universities, I ordered the preceding methods by popularity of use. Most instructors in four year graphic design programs expected students to learn Adobe software and HTML/CSS for screen design through video-based learning outside of class. When I interviewed students, their least preferred method for learning software was videos, followed by textbook tutorials. Their most preferred method was teacher-led demos as it created authenticity and trust between themselves ...


Bibliography For "Holy Comics, Batman! Graphic Novels As History, Entertainment, & Area Of Study: A Survey Of Graphic Novels From Our Collection", Kristin Laughtin-Dunker, Liz Aaron Nov 2013

Bibliography For "Holy Comics, Batman! Graphic Novels As History, Entertainment, & Area Of Study: A Survey Of Graphic Novels From Our Collection", Kristin Laughtin-Dunker, Liz Aaron

Library Displays and Bibliographies

A bibliography of materials from the Leatherby Libraries to accompany the display "Holy Comics, Batman! Graphic Novels as History, Entertainment, & Area of Study: A Survey of Graphic Novels from Our Collection". The document also includes the display text which was included within the display to give proper context for each selection.


Comics For Children?, Elizabeth Surbeck Apr 2012

Comics For Children?, Elizabeth Surbeck

2012 Awards for Excellence in Student Research & Creative Activity - Documents

Graphic narratives around the world have found lhemselves today beirlg read by certain types of readers. Literature scholars focus on elements such as character and plot structure, occupying their minds with what makes literature great and what some graphic nurratives share with that great literature. With a similar attitude, art historians focus on style, composition, and other artistic elements in graphic narratives that connect them to the art history timeline that goes back to cave paintings. Another type of audience exists, one that does not consider what graphic narratives are and whether they belong to an existing formal area of ...


Comics For Children?, Elizabeth Surbeck Jan 2012

Comics For Children?, Elizabeth Surbeck

Honors Theses

Graphic narratives around the world have found lhemselves today beirlg read by certain types of readers. Literature scholars focus on elements such as character and plot structure, occupying their minds with what makes literature great and what some graphic nurratives share with that great literature. With a similar attitude, art historians focus on style, composition, and other artistic elements in graphic narratives that connect them to the art history timeline that goes back to cave paintings. Another type of audience exists, one that does not consider what graphic narratives are and whether they belong to an existing formal area of ...