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Teaching Photography and Art Online – A VASA Forum

Starting tomorrow I will be moderating a Vasa sponsored discussion that will explore and investigate the technical challenges to teaching photography online and the strategies and best practices (methodology) for teaching basic and advanced photography/art courses in the online environment. I am looking for both educators that are already teaching online and those who may be interested in putting a photo or art course online either totally or as a blended course to participate in this 2 week discussion. There is no doubt that more and more Colleges, Universities and even community arts centers are starting to offer a variety of arts and photography courses online. Please come join me in a conversation about the good, bad and the ugly when it comes to teaching “effectively” in the online environment.

You can read more about the forums VASA sponsors by clicking here.

Internet tools now allow for learning activities that can engage students in a variety learning activities.
Schools, museums, and communities art centers are considering virtual environments to enhance their
educational programs.

As demonstrated by the VASA Forums and the VASA Project in general, virtual environments are able to host a number of unique and engaging programs and projects.

This 2 week conversation on teaching photography online will address issues and concerns related to teaching and learning in an online environment.

You are invited to join in on this conversation adding your knowledge, ideas, and questions while
learning from others.

You can register for FREE by clicking here!

Hope to see you on the VASA Discussion Board!


2 comments on “Teaching Photography and Art Online – A VASA Forum

  1. nuhAuthottVom
    February 15, 2012

    In precedenza, ho pensato diversamente, la ringrazio molto per le informazioni.

    • keoughp
      February 15, 2012

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