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2002-2003 DCAL Fellows

Dale A. Turner, Government and Native American Studies.  Professor Turner made recordings of oral traditions and ceremonies of indigenous peoples from North America, Australia, and New Zealand and organized these into digital files on a website for use in his course entitled Indigenous Nationalism: Native Rights and Sovereignty.

Adrian W. B. Randolph, Art History.  Professor Randolph explored the use of video recording and production as modes of student research in art history.  Students on the Art History Foreign Study Program in Florence received instruction in digital video and produced video segments for their multi-media research presentations.

Hua-yuan Li Mowry, Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and Literatures.  Professor Mowry adapted four Chinese animated films into courseware for teaching and learning Chinese language and culture.

Kenneth Bogart, Mathematics.  Professor Bogart developed a prototype interactive web-based textbook for teaching combinational mathematics.

Last Updated: 9/17/08