Friday, April 8, 2016

Showcasting Digital Student Work

Digital projects have been at the center of a number of ProfHacker posts: the easy and free availability of cool tools for making things gives us all sorts of possibilities for the classroom. However, works produced in the classroom often have a very small audience, with peers and the professor serving as the only guaranteed audience. Creating opportunities for showcasing digital student work for outside audiences can provide incentives and recognition for great student work while also creating conversations. However, digital works present technical challenges that don’t accompany more traditional project showcases, like the photography and drawing exhibits that tend to fill the corridors of art departments.

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