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NEED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CREDITS?
In Fall 2000 Arizona State University is offering a three-credit art
education graduate course entirely online for $351.00 (plus $15.00 graduate
Register now. Capacity is limited
Scroll down for more information. For additional details email
ARE 598: UNDERSTANDING ART AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
3 semester hours of graduate credit
Dr. Mary Erickson, Professor of Art
Arizona State University
Fall 2000, beginning August 21
Learn how to access and use art resources on the Internet. Investigate one
artwork in detail. Reflect on your and others' (children, young people and
adults) developing understanding of art. Learn higher order thinking
strategies for art understanding. Investigate interdisciplinary
COMPUTER LITERACY AND EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS
You need to be able to use a word processing program, send and receive
email, browse the internet, and copy and paste text from one application to
another. A guide to these skills is available at http://asuonline.asu.edu.
Click on "Guide" then on "Computer Literacy." You need a reliable Internet
connection (minimum 28.8 bps connection speed), with up-to-date major
browser software (e.g. AOL 4.0 or better, MicroSoft Internet Explorer 4.5 or
better, or Netscape 4.5 or better).
Capacity is limited, so register early. You can register online now through
ASUOnline at http://asuonline.asu.edu. Before you register, you must
contact the Graduate College to be admitted as a non-degree graduate student
(unless you are currently enrolled as a graduate student at ASU). The
application fee is $15.00. You can apply online at
http://www.asu.edu/graduate or call 480 965-6113.
Tuition and fees for in-state students is $351.00 ($115.00 per credit plus a
student fee, subject to change without notification). If you do not live in
Arizona, call Brent Woodhouse at Distance Learning Technology (480 965-6738)
to learn how to register at the in-state rate.
This course has been developed by Arizona State's Hispanic Research Center
and the School of Art with funding from the J. Paul Getty Trust.
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