Vincent Brown, Charles Warren Professor of American History and Professor of African and African American Studies, trains students to interpret history through various media including graphics, data visualizations, videos, and art installations.
A comparative case study of three diverse makerspaces (defined as informal sites for creative production) surfaced key themes in practices and the kinds of learning they support. Makerspaces are multidisciplinary in both approach and the work produced, blend formal learning environments with informal communities of practice, and focus on learning as production rather than as mastery of a composite set of skills. Read more about Research: Learning in the Making: A Comparative Case Study of Three Makerspaces
Gojko Barjamovic, Lecturer on Assyriology, increases student learning in ANE 103 Ancient Lives by designing activities to engage students’ full range of senses. “To convince people to commit a semester of study to ancient history, you have to make it meaningful.”