Report on CAA 2009

CAA 2009 Los Angeles
Session 1. Dr. Stephen Carroll, “Pedagogy of Assessment: Assessment of Pedagogy (Taking the Sting out of Assessment).” A 1.5-hour lecture and workshop.

Session 2. Web 2.0 and Art History
Chairs: Kelly Donahue-Wallace, University of North Texas; Eva Allen, University of Maryland University College

Whose Textbook is it Anyway? SmARThistory and Web 2.0
Beth Harris, Fashion Institute of Technology
Steven Zucker, Fashion Institute of Technology

Off With Their Heads: Using Digital Learning Objects to Teach the French Revolution
Andrea Fredericksen, University College London

Case Study: Using Collaborative Technologies to Develop an Online Exhibit in an Art History Seminar
Marjorie Och, University of Mary Washington

The Wagnerpedia “Survey”: A Wiki-Based Study of the Introduction to Art History
Sarah Scott, Wagner College

Visualizing the Maternal Form: Using Wikis for Collaboration in a Graduate Seminar
Denise Baxter, University of North Texas

Toward a Global Local Art History: Wiki to the Rescue
Alan Moore, independent scholar, Staten Island
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