SECAC 2013

November 1, 2013
Greensboro, NC

1:15pm & 3:30pm
Elizabeth BaltesMark Olson, Iara Dundas, Elisabeth Narkin

Wired! group members will discuss learning and teaching using digital technologies at SECAC 2013. Elizabeth Baltes’s paper, “Three Art Historians, a Computer Scientist, and a Computer Artist Walk into a Classroom” is scheduled at 1:15pm.

AAHVS’s John Taormina is co-chairing a panel on new technologies in art history at 3:30pm. It will feature papers by Mark Olson, “Digital Technologies and the Social Life of Things: The Wired Lab at Duke University” and Iara Dundas and Elisabeth Narkin on “How Can Visualization Technologies Help Us to Teach and Learn Architectural History?”