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Team-Teaching Art Appreciation Online Without a Traditional Textbook

Title: Team-Teaching Art Appreciation Online Without a Traditional Textbook.
Name(s): Cooke, Rachel Marie, author
Bouché, Anne-Marie, author
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Article
Date Issued: 2017-10-02
Language(s): English
Abstract: At Florida Gulf Coast University, Art Appreciation is a high-enrollment, general education course taught through Canvas, the learning management system. Instead of a traditional print textbook, the course is taught with a text developed by the Art faculty using open-access resources, self-generated images and media, and library resources. This article explores national trends in online course design, as impacted by evolving fair-use standards and increased availability of open-access resources, and provides a case study of the course. It also includes recommendations for librarians, professors, and course designers using open-access resources and subscription-based resources.
Identifier: 10.1080/02763877.2017.1352557 (doi), fgcu_ir_000001 (IID), (uri)
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Owner Institution: FGCU
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