AED 372: Foundations in Art Education
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don't hesitate to contact your subject librarian,
What is art integration?
In what ways might art integration improve learning in art and
in other subject areas?
How can be it accomplished while maintaining the primacy of the
Are there other social or cognitive benefits to art integration?
Are there examples of successful programs?
What are the socioeconomic factors in implementation?
What are the reasons that integration of all subjects is rarely
Relevant Online Databases
Use the following databases to find resources about your topic(s).
Art Full Text - articles on art,
architecture, archaeology, crafts, design, museology,
photography, television and textiles
ERIC - wealth of material on all
aspects of teaching and education
- interdisciplinary search engine, with links to full-text library-licensed resources
JSTOR - digital archive of more
than 1,000 scholarly journals in the humanities, social
sciences, and sciences
- interdisciplinary search engine that searches the library
catalog + a range of journals and online databases; can limit to scholarly articles and to Fogler resources
index to the professional and academic literature in
psychology and related disciplines
- URSUS -
UMaine's library catalog of electronic and
print books as well as journals, videos, maps, and more
WorldCat - catalog of library collections across the U.S.
and around the world
Theses and Dissertations
Proquest Dissertations & Theses
-indexing & authors' abstracts for 90% of doctoral dissertations
and some masters theses accepted each year in the United
States and Canada, plus thousands more from Great Britain
and Ireland, and selected abstracts form other universities
around the world .
Electronic Theses and Dissertations - works by
academic scholars at UMaine prior to 2012
Commons - works by academic
scholars at UMaine after 2012
Example Subject Terms to Use in Databases
- Art education
- Art teachers
- Art -- Study and teaching
- Art and society -- History
- Art and society -- United States
- Art -- Psychology
- Art teachers -- Training of --
Selected Books (in URSUS)
Citing your Sources
Chicago Manual of Style
Refworks (If asked, Group Code
Using Fogler Library
Where to go
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