For Fall 1999 Courses: Art 3362, Art 5366, Art 5101-003


Dr. Karen Keifer-Boyd

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Instructional Technology

Campbell, R. (Writer) & Calvert, T. (Concept). (1992). Life forms. Seattle, WA: Kinetic Effects. (Available from Macromedia Academic Computing Specialists, Salt Lake City, UT)

Clements, D. H. (1991). Enhancement of creativity in computer environments. American Educational Research Journal, 28(1), 173-187.

Hlynka, D. (1995) Six postmodernisms in search of an author. In G. J. Anglin (Ed.), Instructional technology: Past, present, and future (2nd ed., pp. 113-118). Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, Inc.

Holland, M. (1993). Planetary network for kids: High school students from around the globe use electronic networks to learn about the world - and change it. In Context, 34, 43-45

Nadaner, D. (1985). Responding to the image world: A proposal for art curricula. Art Education: The Journal of the National Art Education Association, 37(1), 9-12.

Pestorius, E. M. (1992). Effects of a hypercard computer program in changing attitudes, behaviors, and cognition in a university art gallery. U. of TX at Austin.

Satellite Footprints. (1992). Satellite schoolroom. (Public Broadcasting Service's Educational Satellite Test). Broadcasting, 122(2), 102.

Seldin-P-Bolinski, C. R. (1991). A categorization for designing a video art program based upon DBAE components. Arizona State University.

White, M. A. (1986). Implications of the technologies for human learning. Studies in Art Education, 64(1), 155-170.

Wilson, K. S. (1989). The Palenque design: Children's discovery learning experiences in an interactive multimedia environment. (Doctoral dissertation, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1988). Dissertation Abstracts International, A50/01, 72.

Wilson, S. (1991). Multimedia design with Hypercard. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

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