Greg Bryda’s article on Art History Teaching Resources is about more than just than Wolff, the app he created for sharing slide presentations on a tablet. In it he thoughtfully interrogates the relationships between art history and technology, including the use of slide projectors in lectures, the adaptation of aids by MOOCs, and the tangibility of digital resources. While I am interested in this article’s implications for the materiality of objects, I also find it an excellent resource for thinking about how I use new media technologies when planning lessons. Bryda’s contribution to the discussion of how we teach art history is just one of the many important viewpoints shared on the Art History Teaching Research blog.

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