Kelly Cobb, Assistant Professor. Fashion and Apparel Studies
Funded in part through a CTAL Transformation Grant
Used in course: FASH 233: Fashion Drawing and Rendering, taught in fall and spring.
Digi-Atelier is a 24/7 Video-Based Design Tutorial Resource for Fashion Design Students or Fashion Illustration enthusiasts. The resource consists of a video archive of key design tutorials offered to the students of fashion illustration.
Audiences: K12, Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Graduate, Adult and professional
This project site offers resources and information especially for (but not limited to) University of Delaware Elementary Teacher Education (ETE) student teachers (especially those placed in Cecil County Public Schools [CCPS] in Maryland).
Audiences: K12, Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Adult and professional, school librarians
MSST 607 Fundraising for Museums, Spring 14, Armand Batisti
MSST 603 Museums & Technology, Spring 14, Mike Zarafonetis
MSST 600 – Museums, History & Practice, Fall 13 – Kasey Grier
MSST 601 – Curatorship & Collections Management, Fall 13, Frank McKelvey
MSST 602 – Archives & Paper Collections, Fall 13, Terry Synder
MSST 607 – Education & Interpretation, Spring 13, Rosemary Krill
Kasey Grier, Ph.D., Director, Museum Studies Program
Tracy Jentzsch, Staff Assistant, Museum Studies Program
Stephanie Lampkin, Graduate Assistant, Museum Studies Program
Nicole Belolan, Graduate Assistant, Museum Studies Program
… and many more
Sustaining Places is a collaborative resource project from the Museum Studies Program at the University of Delaware and the Tri-State Coalition of Historic Places. This site is supported by a grant from the Institute for Museum and Library Services’ 21st Century Museum Professionals Program. This website collects examples of good ideas and best practices for small historical organizations. The content is produced by and/or curated by our graduate students.
The Colored Conventions team has developed a research-based curriculum, Colored Conventions in a Box, that introduces faculty, students, and public audiences to teaching the nineteenth-century colored conventions movement and Black activism through research, writing and visual mapping. We are committed to producing educational resources that encourage extensive interrogation of themes and debates that arise in the convention minutes. With attention to scholarly interpretation and presentation, faculty and graduate scholars and librarians have curated sample writing assignments, research guides and engaging educational activities that supplement biographies, historical documents, and digital mapping exhibitions housed on the site. These materials may be used for teaching or learning more about the colored conventions movement in educational settings.
Learn how to read an architect’s scale. Tutorial includes instruction, self-tests, a demonstration and a simulated scale with practice lines to measure. Immediate feedback allows students to learn at their own pace, and the practice area provides a way to continue drawing and measuring lines for as long as is necessary.
Primary Audience: Design Students who need to use an architect’s rule