The Freedman Center for Digital Scholarship

Catherine B. Scallen

thumb_scallen For her new SAGES University Seminar course, "Art the Mirror of Art 1400-1789," Dr. Scallen incorporated extensive research-based learning, collaborative learning, and multimedia-based learning approaches. The course is interdisciplinary in its focus on images about art and artists in the Renaissance and early modern periods, and is designed to appeal to a braod spectrum of students, including those who might not be interested in a traditional, regionally-based art history course. Emphasis is on the active production of knowledge through multimedia student presentations (individual and group-based) and on improving critical thinking and research, writing, and oral presentation skills.

  • Freedman Fellows 2011 Announced
  • Freedman Fellows Program 2011
  • Freedman Center Fellow Program 2010
  • Freedman Fellows 2009 Announced

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