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Join the Renaissance!
An education in the Arts and Humanities is learning to appreciate all that is beautiful and meaningful in the world around us. Empower your students to connect with the Arts and Humanities by taking them on a journey around the world via Gardner’s Arts Through the Ages: A Global History, 16e. Looking for other ways to get students to embrace your course? Check out this blog post on student engagement in the Arts—full of tips
from the students themselves! Read on →
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“Join the Renaissance” classroom poster.
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A Seamless Experience, Semester to Semester
Transitioning easily from one semester to the next is a luxury one professor thought was unattainable. Learn how she got off to a smooth start each semester with MindTap.
A More Convenient Commute
With little space to study at home, one student mastered the task of studying on-the-go. Learn how he used MindTap during his commute.
MindTap Creates Department Unity
Uniting the Art Department with educational web tools was a challenge—until MindTap. Take some tips from this professor who saw better grades with the adoption of MindTap.
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Meet a Few of Our Arts and Humanities Faculty Partners
Our educators advance teaching and learning by answering questions and sharing ideas.
Lisa Consoli, Rowan College at Burlington County
Lisa Consoli is an adjunct Art History instructor with more than a decades' worth of experience in publishing and managing manuscript content including art programs, and five years' experience as a studio monitor for drawing and painting classes.
Jenny Billings, Rowan-Cabarrus Community College
Jenny Billings is the Chair of ACA (Study Skills), DRE (Developmental Reading and English) and ENG (Curriculum English) at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College. She helped to roll out one of the first, and largest, all-inclusive e-Textbook (e-Text) initiatives at her institution.