This page will help you navigate through the on-line resources available to all Art & Art History students, faculty and community.
Teaching Resources during Covid-19
VRC staff are available to consult with Art and Art History faculty and students about image research, digital imaging and portfolio photography, image editing, and other areas relating to our mission
The Center for Teaching & Learning (CTL) fosters a community of educators dedicated to supporting teaching and learning, a cornerstone of our university
A veteran of online teaching and education technology offers advice for faculty members who need to move online, fast, with the twin goals of maintaining instructional continuity as much as possible and finishing the semester strong
As coronavirus concerns rise on campus, explore resources for teaching remotely. Advice from the College Art Association
For general guidance on accessibility and the switch to an online environment at CU Boulder
Access an expansive, curated catalog of etexts from participating publishers.
An online library of instructional videos, taught by accomplished instructors and recognized industry experts, that cover the latest software, create and business skills. Linkedin Learning is available to all CU employees and students at no additional cost
Academic Technology Resources for Teaching Continuity. This guide provides instructors and teaching assistants alternative methods and tools to allow them to continue class activities, at a distance, when classroom instruction is disrupted due to an emergency
The National Emergency Library is a collection of books that supports emergency remote teaching, research activities, independent scholarship, and intellectual stimulation while universities, schools, training centers, and libraries are closed.
Learning management system that creates a central place for students to go to get lectures, assignments, discussions, and readings.
● Use the calendar and to-do list feature on Canvas to help students manage the flow of the course.
● Post announcements to the class.
● Facilitate large group or small group discussions in the discussion board.
Web conferencing tool that includes features such as chat, breakout rooms, a whiteboard, and polling.
● Record lectures for an asynchronous class or host a live lecture for a synchronous class.
● Facilitate small group discussions by using the breakout room feature.
● Host office hours (enabling a waiting room is also an option).
A tool that promotes asynchronous group conversations around images, documents, presentations, and videos.
● Have students introduce themselves to build a stronger community.
● Encourage students to critique an image or film clip.
● Facilitate small group discussions about a reading.
A tool that can be used to facilitate one-on-one or group chat.
● Communicate with students one-on-one (especially if you want to keep conversations separate from e-mail).
● Facilitate large group and small group discussions using chat.
● Post resources or course materials.
The Google Suite allows groups to work collaboratively on documents, spreadsheets, and presentation slides.
● Promote student collaboration on presentations or documents.
● Comment on student work along the way to help guide learning.
● Encourage students to give each other feedback to support shared learning.
A web-based survey tool that allows you to ask a wide variety of questions.
● Survey students about their needs prior to the start of the course.
● Gather reflections from students at the end of the course.
Instructors or students can get their own domain to build a course website, blog, showcase, or portfolio. Some of the application options include WordPress and Omeka.
● Give students the option to create a portfolio
● Create an exhibit of work with students
● Develop an art showcase
Adobe is making temporary at-home access to Creative Cloud available until July 6, 2020 for schools and colleges who currently have only lab access for students, at no additional cost.
Creative Capital has created a list of resources for artists working in all disciplines, as well as arts philanthropists, and arts professionals