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ARE316 Learning in Digital Visual Cultures

Students will explore the historical, cultural, and social implications of using technologies both as a learning opportunity and an artmaking medium. Explorations will focus on critical understanding, developing lesson plans, and exploration of digital media.

Credits

  • 3

Restrictions

  • Must be enrolled in the following level: Undergraduate
  • Must be enrolled in one of the following field(s) of study (major, minor or concentration): Adolescence Ed: Biology (440), Adolescence Ed: Chemistry (441), Adolescence Ed: Earth Science (442), Adolescence Ed: English (443), Adolescence Ed: French (444), Adolescence Ed: Math (446), Adolescence Ed: Physics (449), Adolescence Ed: Social Studies (445), Adolescence Ed: Spanish (447), Art History (525), Art History B-6 (601A), Biology B-6 (601Y), Black Studies B-6 (601B), Early Childhood & Chld Ed B-6 (601), Earth Science B-6 (601T), English B-6 (601E), French B-6 (601F), Geography B-6 (601G), History B-6 (601H), Mathematics B- 6 (601M), Political Science B-6 (601P), Spanish B-6 (601S), Visual Arts (277), Visual Arts Education (189)
  • May not be enrolled in the following class: Freshman

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