ArtExperience Online Instant Access Code
(ISBN-10: 0495501948 | ISBN-13: 9780495501947)
This robust online resource center offers a variety of rich learning tools designed to enhance the student experience, including Foundations Interactive Modules, In the Studio video footage of art classes, and such helpful study aids as quizzing and Image Flashcards -- which include most fine art images in the text, maps, and illustrations. All resources are mapped to key discipline learning concepts, and users can browse or search for content in a variety of ways. In addition, key content and community tools extend the education experience beyond a particular class or course semester.
List Price = $23.00
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| College Bookstore Wholesale Price = $23.00
ArtBasics: An Illustrated Glossary and Timeline
(ISBN-10: 0534641016 | ISBN-13: 9780534641016)
A brief introduction to the basic terms, styles, and time periods, ARTBASICS is a handy reference for any beginning art student. Presented with full-color fine art images and high quality line art depicting the styles and techniques discussed, it is useful for art history, art appreciation, humanities, and design courses. A four-color world map and fold-out timeline are also included. This handy supplement can be sold separately or bundled FREE with any new Wadsworth Cengage Learning Art/Humanities textbook.
List Price = $53.95
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| College Bookstore Wholesale Price = $40.50
Digital Image Sampler - Art 2010
(ISBN-10: 0495792233 | ISBN-13: 9780495792239)
This CDROM includes a sample chapter from the Digital Image Library instructor’s presentation tool.
The sampler provides high-resolution images (maps, diagrams, and most of the fine art images from the text) for lecture presentations, either in an easy-to-use PowerPoint presentation format, or in individual file formats compatible with other image-viewing software. A zoom feature allows you to magnify selected portions of an image for more detailed display in class or you can display images side by side for comparison and contrast. You can easily customize your classroom presentation by adding your own images to those from the text. The Digital Image Library also includes a Google™ Earth application that allows you to zoom in on an entire city, as well as key monuments and buildings within it. Flash video clips of architectural landmarks in New York City discussed in the text are also included.