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Humanities (Integrated)

by Linda DeVine
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This collections aggregates resources across the humanities: art, music, history, philosophy, literature, etc.

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Reason to Rock: Rock Music as Art Form

Added 10/24/2010
MUSIC APPRECIATION: This material provides excellent information about the aesthetics of rock music. I think my students can relate to this. The resource must be experienced sequentially because there are no links to choose one's section.

ArtsEdNet: The Getty's Arts Education Web Site

Added 10/24/2010
ART HISTORY: Excellent resource following art concept and history. There are photos of the artwork and even audio clips.

Architecture in the Humanities Database

Added 10/24/2010
ART HISTORY: This may be a useful cross-discipline resource pivoting on architecture. Choose the scholarly use method when requesting an account because you haven't yet reviewed it for student use.

Smart History

Added 10/24/2010
ART HISTORY: This website has excellent audiovideo items by art history professors.

Argumentation and Critical Thinking Tutorial

Added 10/24/2010
CRITICAL THINKING: This materials focuses on a review and then quizzes on logical argument and logical fallacies concepts. I could recommend it to Critical Thinking and also Composition II students who want to learn more in this area.


Added 10/24/2010
ETHICS: I envision using this as a supplement to my Philosophy and Biomedical Ethics courses -- for my reference.

The Power of Music

Added 10/24/2010
MUSIC APPRECIATION: There's a transcript of this audio (.ram) file that tells me I'm interested in it, but I don't have a player for it. I will look into what I need in order to use a .ram file.
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