Viet Nguyen

February 24, 2009

Viet Nguyen, University of Southern California Multimedia as Composition: Research, Writing, and Creativity Viet Nguyen reflects on a three-year experiment in assigning multimedia projects in courses designed around the question “How do we tell stories about America?” Determined to integrate multimedia conceptually into his courses, rather than tacking it onto existing syllabi, Nguyen views multimedia […]

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Mark Kann

February 24, 2009

Mark E. Kann, University of Southern California Multimedia in the Classrom at USC: A Ten Year Perspective Does multimedia scholarship add academic value to a liberal arts education? How do we know? Looking back at the history of the Honors Program in Multimedia Scholarship at USC, Mark Kann draws on his own teaching experience, discussions […]

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Local Dialogues of the VKP: 2002-2003

January 17, 2009

During the past year, the Visible Knowledge Project has increasingly focused on creating and nurturing “local dialogues.” VKP faculty on both the East and West Coasts have worked to enhance collaboration and research by meeting at regional institutes to share and discuss their work on the scholarship of teaching and learning. VKP participants are creating […]

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