This workshop lesson plan was designed by two academic librarians with first- and second-year undergraduate college/university students in mind.
This one-hour lesson plan for undergraduate college students covers search strategies, evaluation and rights for online images.
In this activity, students will have the opportunity to imagine what their city on Mars would look like if seen from a satellite.
Students are invited to draw selfies based on a color temperature scale.
This resource will allow you to lead your students through a close looking exercise.
The activity develops the ability to technically describe an assembly of geometric shapes and it is intended for 6th–8th-grade students.
This resource was created in collaboration with a teacher professional development workshop designed for K-12 art and biology educators.
ABC’s of Art is a series of early childhood workshops which provide early childhood educators with tools and teaching strategies to help preschool students pre-literacy development through art.
Learn how to tell the time with a make-your-own comic strip!
Explore colour and light in this creative home learning activity.
Download this free visual writing notebook with four creative writing exercises designed to help you explore the relationship between words and images.
Children will look closely at an image by Irish artist Chris Judge that presents 195 children, one from each country in the world.
This activity is from the Glucksman’s Creativity at Home series and uses the work of Róisín Hahessy to inspire children of all ages.
This lesson plan was written for a first year seminar course, CNX151: When Black Lives Matter.
The Digital Image Guide (DIG) Method is a resource to help students critically evaluate images.
Students will research the types of spacesuits astronauts need, and the features they include, then they will design their own suit.