Conceived, designed, and written by students for students under the leadership of Bonnie Mitchell (Bowling Green State University), a preeminent multimedia designer, History of Western Art’s Core Concepts in Art CD-ROM, Version 2.0 provides valuable review material plus exercises and information in the elements and techniques of art.
Study Art With Your Electronic Resource (SAWYER) allows students to develop individual flashcard sets through a series of pedagogically sound exercises: 1) Who Am I? questions, 2) Search the Internet, 3) Flashcard Generator, and 4) Quiz Engine
Elements of Art: Allow your students to interact with the formal elements of art by working through over 70 exercises designed to illustrate line, shape, color, light, dark, and texture.
Art Techniques: Take your students on a tour of a variety of art studios. Art Techniques shows artists at work with a variety of media from bronze pouring, to painting, to video techniques – each illustrated by extensive, narrated video segments.
Chapter Resources: Study resources correlated to each chapter of History of Western Art. Both a review and test preparation, students will find key terms, chapter summaries, and self-correcting study quizzes which help them prepare for in-class tests, midterms, and finals. Also included is an exercise on methodologies that details the application of various methods to the same work of art, The Arnolfini Portrait.
Research and the Internet: Introduces students to the research process from idea generation, to organization, to researching on- and off-line, and includes guidelines for incorporating sources for term papers and bibliographies.
Study Skills: Help your students adjust to the rigors of college work. The Study Skills section of the CD-ROM provides practical advice on how to succeed in college.
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Laurie Schneider Adams received a Ph.D. in Art History from Columbia University. She is Professor of Art History at John Jay College, City University of New York, where she teaches art survey, and at the Graduate Center, where she teaches courses on the Italian Renaissance and on Art and Psychoanalysis. She has published articles on iconography and on art and psychology. She is the editor of Giotto in Perspectiveand of the journal Source: Notes in the History of Art; the author of A History of Western Art, The Methodologies of Art, Art and Psychoanalysis, and Art on Trial; and co-author (with Maria Grazia Pernis) of Federico da Montefeltro and Sigismondo Malatesta: The Eagle and the Elephant and of 5 children's books (with Allison Coudert).
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