Join Reveal Digital’s Anne Ray and Peggy Glahn for the Funder’s update where they will share outcomes from 2020 activities and plans for 2021 and beyond. This session will also feature guest speaker Adriana Cásarez, Diversity Resident Librarian at the University of Texas at Austin, who is using Independent Voices content from “The Rag” as the basis for her text mining project to analyze how the underground, radical publication portrayed Black, Indigenous and People of Color in its coverage of the counterculture movements during the 1960s-1970s.
Bridget Madden, Associate Director of Visual Resources Center at the University of Chicago, will introduce the Cookbook of Remote and Hybrid Instructional Strategies in Art History, a guide to integrating images into teaching for greater engagement. She will be joined by PhD candidate Carly Boxer, who will discuss her experience implementing the guideline in a digital “field trip” assignment.
We will also talk about how you can integrate Artstor’s world-class images into the cookbook’s strategies.
As part of Reveal Digital’s new project to digitize American prison newspapers in an open access project called American Prison Newspapers, 1800-2019: Voices from the Inside, this webinar will feature James McGrath Morris, author of Jailhouse Journalism. Mr. Morris will share some of the stories that are part of the history of prison newspapers, the people behind them, and the life-changing impact that prison journalism has had and will continue to have on incarcerated people. This is the first in a series of three webinars from Reveal Digital.
Have a new prep next semester? Want to revamp some older course content? Or, do you really want to teach beyond the canon this term? Let’s talk about how to quickly refresh your course materials and leverage your group links for remote teaching and learning.
Join us to learn ways to use tags to organize your online content, tricks for sharing sets of groups with a single link, and how to make presentations that will engage students across the internet.
Let’s begin a new teaching year where our worldwide experience of the pandemic makes globalization even more relevant, with an initiative that presents a global view of art history. The goal for this session is to explore and illustrate an inclusive view of art history consistent with the growing trend in the discipline – art across cultures, rather than the traditional focus on isolated geographies.
Join us for this session covering Artstor’s access methods–what the options are and how to best use them. We will outline supported access methods, the admin tool, and the most common issues the Artstor support team has been addressing recently. You will emerge from this webinar fully prepared to facilitate access to Artstor for your remote and on-campus community.
This webinar promotes an image-rich experience across disciplines informed by considerations of visual literacy. We will explore subjects that invite fuller illustration, including the social sciences, environment and climate change, human geography and immigration, and the history of science and medicine.
You’re familiar with Artstor, now go beyond the basics! Join us for a webinar in which we explore ways to save time and foster classroom engagement. Discover how to find primary sources that enliven discussion and stimulate further research, learn tips and tricks for discovering works of art beyond the textbook, and find out how to leverage Artstor’s curated image groups for grab-and-go teaching, assignments, and assessments. 45 min.