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Developing a Curriculum on The Arts and Mechanics of New Media for an International Post-Graduate Audience

Developers of the new curriculum of the arts and mechanics of new media discussed the specific components of the program, evaluation of the outcomes and lessons learned, and proposals for future modifications.
 
Patricia Thornton
Rhode Island School of Design
Wolfgang Mueller
Technische Universität Darmstadt
Ulrike Spierling
ZGDV Computer Graphics Center
L. Miguel Encarnação
Fraunhofer Center for Research in Computer Graphics, Inc.
321 South Main Street
Providence, Rhode Island 02903 USA
mencarna@crcg.edu

 
 

Achieving Balance: The Challenges of Developing Web-Based Courseware

This panel considered the curricular, technical, and interactive design challenges encountered in developing Web-based courseware for secondary education.
 
Jim Begley
Deanna Scinta
Deborah L. Gray
SAS inSchool
SAS Campus Drive
Cary, North Carolina 27513 USA
Deborah.Gray@sas.com

 
 

Beyond the Walls: Redefining the Museum as an Educational New Media Publisher

This panel discussed effective uses of technology in development of editorial content through reinterpretation of traditional museum roles in education and the community.
 
Patty Abt
Gretchen Schwarz

The National Center for Science, Literacy, Education, and Technology -- American Museum of Natural History
Central Park West at 79th Street
Science Bulletins Department
New York, New York 10024-5192 USA
frauline@amnh.org

 
 

Is There Any There There? The Design and Implementation of Successful Team-Oriented Educational Environments for Computer Animators

Panelists debated the pros and cons of designing for collaborative and interdisciplinary education. Topics included hiring, curriculum, class composition, and future issues in animation education.
 
James Buckhouse
Gregory Niemeyer

Stanford University
Randy Pausch
Carnegie Mellon University
Barbara Mones
University of Washington
3524 NE 87th Street
Seattle, Washington 98115 USA
mones@cs.washington.edu

 
 

Education Committee and Educators Program Joint Forum

An informal panel discussion of this year's Educators Program and Education Committee projects.
 
Barbara Mones
University of Washington
Michael McGrath
Colorado School of Mines
Valerie Miller
Georgia State University
Department of Mathematics & Statistics
30 Pryor Street, Suite 700
Atlanta, Georgia 30303-3083 USA
valerie_miller@siggraph.org

 

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