I just finished my masters paper on secondary computer art curriculum, and
consequently ran across an article you may find interesting. It is from the
March 1995 issue of Art Education. The title is "Electronic Artstrands:
Computer delivery of art instruction". Basically, the article traces the
development of an art history course that is made in hyperstudio. The students
follow links to gather information on a period in history, an artist, or a
movement. It sounds quite interesting, but a little scary--are we being
replaced by machines???
Hope it helps,
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