Publications + Presentations

RELATED PUBLICATIONS

Inventively Linking: Teaching and Learning with Computer Hypertext by Pamela G. Taylor and B. Stephen Carpenter, II

Racing Thoughts: Altering Our Ways of Knowing and Being in Art Through Computer Hypertext by B. Stephen Carpenter, II and Pamela G. Taylor

Computer Hypertextual “Uncovering” in Art Education by Pamela G. Taylor and B. Stephen Carpenter, II

Madonna and Hypertext: Liberatory Learning in Art Education by Pamela G. Taylor

Hypermediated Art Criticism by Pamela G. Taylor and B. Stephen Carpenter, II

INTERNATIONAL PRESENTATIONS:

(2006). Critical thinking in and through interactive computer hypertext and art education. Innovate. Archive of presentation available at: www.breeze.uliveandlearn.com

(2006). Hyperaesthetics, art and art education in a technomediated world. Presentation at the Fifth International Association of Science and Technology for Development’s Web-based Education conference in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. January.

(2004). Hypertextual “Uncovering” in Art Education: Teaching for Understanding through a “Minds-on” Approach to Interactive Computer Technology. With B. S. Carpenter II in the Society for information technology and teacher education international conference, Atlanta, Ga.

(2003). Interactive computer technology and art education: The intentionally tangled curriculum. With B. S. Carpenter II. Society for information technology and teacher education, 2003 14th international conference proceedings. Phoenix: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education. June.

(2000). Hypertext/hypermedia/online art education: Should interactive computer technology change our approach to university teaching? Presentation at VA Tech’s Learning 2000: Reassessing the Virtual University international conference.

(1995). Synesthesia, art, and art education at the turn of the twentieth century. Presentation at the Penn State History of Art Education International Conference.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS:

(2010). Arts based Research. Invited lecture on arts-based research at Al Ieman Secondary School for Girls in Doha, Qatar, March

(2009). Let’s relevantize with music video. Keynote at the Ohio Art Education Association conference in Cincinnati, Ohio.

NATIONAL PRESENTATIONS:

(2011). Changing All of Education Through Art: Evaluation, Assessment and Learning as One with “eLASTIC”! Session at the National Art Education Association in Seattle with Jan Johnston and Elnour Hamad.

(2010). Research for eLASTIC: Electronic learning and assessment tool for interdisciplinary connections. Session at the National Art Education Association conference in Baltimore with Jan Johnston and Elnour Hamad.

(2010). Virtual world immersive adventures: Building/teaching/learning/researching/ networking in Second Life. Session at the National Art Education Association conference in Baltimore with Mary Stockrocki, Lilly Lu, and Stephen Carpenter.

(2010). Inter/actions and inter/sections: Art education in a digital visual culture. Super Session at the National Art Education Association conference in Baltimore with Robert Sweeny, Christina Lao, Shei-Chau Wang, Mary Stockrocki, Melanie Buffington, David Gill, Marissa McClure, Doug Blandy, Kevin Tavin, Ryan Patton, Michelle Tillander, and Karen Keifer Boyd.

(2008). It is not easy being green. SecondLife.com, self-portraiture and Identity. With Christine Ballengee Morris and B. Stephen Carpenter. National Art Education Association Convention in New Orleans.

(2007). Press pause; Critically contextualizing music video in visual culture and art education. Presentation at the National Art Education Association Conference in NY.

(2005) When Research Sparks a Tinderbox: Computer Hypertextual Approaches to Inquiry in Art Education. With M. Bernstein and B. S. Carpenter II.Presentation at the National Art Education Association Conference in Boston.

(2004). Digital Kids. With B.S. Carpenter. Presentation at The Pennsylvania State University Visual Culture of Childhood Conference, November.

(2004). The change is now!: The evolving effects of hyperaesthetics on art and art education. With B. S. Carpenter. Presentation at the National Art Education Association Conference in Denver.

(2003). Interactive computer technology and art education. With B. S. Carpenter II, presentation at the National Art Education Association Conference in Minneapolis.

(2000). Computer hypertext, thematic units, and teacher education: Creating an intertextual approach to life and learning. With B. S. Carpenter II, presentation at the National Art Education Association Conference in Los Angeles.

(1999). Hypertext-based art education: Implications for liberatory learning in high school. Presentation at the National Art Education Association Conference in Washington, D.C.

(1998). Understanding personal metaphor through a hypermedia encounter with the ladder and Women Art Educators IV. Presentations at the National Art Education Association Conference in Chicago.

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