Panel participants present experiences with visual literacy instruction incorporating internet research through hybrid courses incorporating studio practice during class time and continuing instruction beyond the traditional boundaries of the classroom via social networking sites, (e.g.Twitter, blogging, Facebook), and instructional supports, (such as Moodle, Blackboard and other LMS technologies), podcasting and other technological innovations to create a collaborative and interactive learning environment.
Marlene Lipinski • Columbia College Chicago • Panel Chair
Heidi May, Emily Carr • University of Art & Design, Vancouver, BC • Art in the Age of Networked Learning
Sara Dismukes • Troy University • Self-Portrait of the Artist on a Flying Cat: Why Photoshop is a Great Tool for 2D Design Foundations
Liz Murphy Thomas • University of Illinois Springfield • Creativity and the Internet
Nell Ruby • Agnes Scott College • Social Mechanics at Work: Blogging and (Visual) Thinking
Peter Tucker • SUNY Fredonia • Social Networking—Works