The "New Age" of Multimedia: Part I. Reading Words and Images: Print Media and the Fine Arts
The new value placed on the transitory, the elusive, and the ephemeral, the very celebration of dynamism, discloses a longing for an undefiled, immaculate, and stable present.
-- Jurgen Habermas, The Philosophical Discourse of Modernity ( 1987)
Passive and Active Roles in the "Mediated" Social Studies Classroom
|In The Mind's Eye: Print Media for Social Studies|
|Still Life with Meaning: Reading Images From Past and Present|
|For Further Study: Organizing for Instruction|