The Office of Digital Learning in the College of Arts and Architecture is pleased to announce its summer course offerings. During the two summer semesters, students can discover or reconnect with their passions for art, music, design, and many other related subjects.
The Office of Digital Learning is pleased to welcome Nikki Massaro Kauffman, programmer/analyst, to the team. She will be joining us from Penn State Outreach’s Learning Design unit where she was part of the programming, multimedia, and user experience teams.
In recognition of the increasing scope of digital learning, the College of Arts and Architecture’s e-Learning Institute will be renamed the Office of Digital Learning, effective April 1. Gary Chinn, director of the e-Learning Institute, will become assistant dean for digital learning.
When transferring a resident course to an online format, course designers face many challenges. Those challenges become even more complex for arts classes that require constant student interaction and feedback.
Like the art of drawing itself, Art 020: Introduction to Drawing, a fully online general education course, has taken time to perfect.
The best way for students to learn about geodesign is to apply their learning to real world projects, especially because many of the online students are already in the workforce.
Whether a student takes an introductory art history course in a classroom or at a computer in an active battle zone, Heather McCune Bruhn, instructor in art history, wants the experience to be transformative.
Online education is undoubtedly changing the ways in which students learn. Through his online course, Arts and Architecture 121: Design, Design Thinking, and Creativity, Peter Aeschbacher is helping change the way students think.
The College of Arts and Architecture’s eLearning Institute is launching the first Penn State World Campus online interdisciplinary, multi-college bachelor’s degree program, Digital Multimedia Design (DMD), in collaboration with the College of Communications and College of Information Sciences and
ELMS Learning Network (ELMSLN) is an open source educational technology platform for building and sustaining innovation in course technologies.
The acronym O. A. R. S. (Observation, Analysis, Reflection, Synthesis) represents the heart of what we will do in this course. Throughout the course, you will be acquiring and refining the skills necessary to conduct informed and insightful examinations of film music.