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Using Digital Resources
in Teaching, Learning and Research in
the Visual Arts



Section 1: Overview and Objectives

1.1 The aims of this guide and others in this series
1.2 The guide structure and how to use it

Section 2: Introduction to Internet resources

2.1 How to use the Internet for searching for visual arts information
2.2 Art & design subject gateways on the Internet
2.3 On-line bibliographies and indexes
2.4 The Internet as a creative space
2.5 CASE STUDY: The Internet as a creative space

Section 3: Digital formats for researchers, teachers and practitioners

3.1 Digital imaging
3.2 Multimedia
3.3 VRML & 3D
3.4 CASE STUDY: Virtual reality multi-user environments
3.5 Using new formats for PhD's and research degrees
3.6 CASE STUDY: The Integration of new technology into ceramic designer-maker practice

Section 4: Computer Assisted Teaching and Learning

4.1 Virtual learning environments
4.2 CASE STUDY: Using an Intranet for IT learning in art and design
4.3 CASE STUDY: DESIGNintro: A digitally assisted learning projec



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