Whether you're lazy or just strapped for cash, this lightening--and enlightening--tour of 500 years of women in Western art is the new approach to art history. Traditional art historians may shudder at this innovative trend, but, heh, if it gets more people interested in art than that's a good thing, right?!
Implications - Technology allows for content that some have spent decades closely studying to be condensed to a mere matter of minutes. Though this is an impressive development, some may not find speed learning to be the most effective teaching method for some. Regardless, the availability of these tools will surely open doors for their further development in the future.
500 Years of Art in a Few Minutes
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Teaching Art History Through Morphing Technology
- By: Kyla GutscheJun 5, 2007 Updated: Mar 31 2011