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Betty Foy Sanders Department Of Art News Oct 2014

Betty Foy Sanders Department Of Art News

Art Department Newsletter

  • Department of Art Visitation Day


Betty Foy Sanders Department Of Art News May 2014

Betty Foy Sanders Department Of Art News

Art Department Newsletter

  • 2014 GRAPHICS SUMMER CAMP


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

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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 ...