Class Projects 2012-2013
During the first eight weeks of the Fall 2012 semester, the class helped the Tarble Arts Center digitize almost 100 works of art in their collection.
To the right, Felicia scans artwork and realated documents into the computer, creating digital image copies for the Tarble.
In Digital Applications this spring, we plan to continue the project by creating an online exhibit and searchable database that highlights some of the scanned artwork.
The National Register:
In History 5060, Historic Preservation, our class assisted the researching and drafting of a National Register nomination for Lincoln Log Cabin State Historic Site. We completed the first full draft in early November and received good feedback for making adjustments.
Interpretation and Public Programs:
Also in the fall, we organized a number of small group and individual projects in History 5020, Historical Research and Interpretation. These included reevaluating the 5th grade program at Lincoln Log Cabin State Historic Site, interpreting herbs at the site, and providing interpretive resources for the Civilian Conservation Corps' involvement at Lincoln Log Cabin.