A Case Study in Integrating the Best Practices of Face-to-Face Art History and Online Teaching

November 13, 2006

Distance learning courses have for the most part made use of simple structures that focus on the juxtaposition of html texts with static visuals. Instruction in art history demands more. It requires a type of interaction described as performative triangulation, which naturally occurs in traditional art history face-to-face lecture courses.

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