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Brooklyn College Created Open Education Resources (OER): Art / Art History

Brooklyn College Library Digital Initiatives OER sites

Brooklyn College Art OER

In the Art Department at Brooklyn College, you'll be studying in the center of the art world, drawing on a vast community of distinguished art figures, visiting artists, art historians, critics, and curators.

Below are ART Open Educational Resources (OER) / Zero Textbook Cost courses created for Brooklyn College.  

  • OERs are organized by Course Number
  • Click on homepage image to go to course site

Art 1010: Student (2020)

Homepage of Art 1010 student site, click to go home.

Course: Art 1010 Student Site
Professor: Varies
Platform: WordPress (BC)

Art 1010: Faculty Resource Site

Art 1010 faculty site, click to go to guide's homepage.

Course: Art 1010 Faculty Resources
Professor: Art Department
Platform: WordPress (BC)

Art 1010 (2017) (Simon)

Malka Simon's Art 1010 homepage, click to go to guide.

Course: Art 1010
Professor: Malka Simons (2017)
Platform: WordPress.COM

ARTD 2210

link to art 2210

Course: ARTD 2210
Title: Basic Design
Instructor: Professor Mario Naves
Platform: Blackboard
Status: Active Fall 2020

Art 2812 Multimedia (McCoy)

Art 2812 multimedia homepage, click to go home.

Course: ARTD 2812 Multimedia
Professor: Jennifer McCoy
Platform: LibGuides CMS

Art 3066: Modern Art (Simon)

Art 3066 homepage, click to go home.

Course: Art  3066 Modern Art
Professor: Malka Simon
Platform: WordPress (Academic Commons)

Art 3089 Women in Modern Art (Hadler)

Women in Modern Art homepage, click to go to guide.

Course: ARTD 3089: Women in Modern Art
Instructor: Mona Hadler
Platform: LibGuides CMS

Art 3094/7024G (Hadler)

Postwar Art: From World War II to 1989 guide homepage.

Course: Art: From World War II to 1989
Instructor: Mona Hadler
Platform: LibGuides CMS

ARTD 3105 The Development of the Silk Road, (Ball and Lu)

Homepage to the CORC 3206 guide, click to go home.

Course: ARTD 3105 The Development of the Silk Road
Professor: Ball & Lu
Platform: WordPress (Brooklyn)

ARTD 3128: Arts of Western Africa (Richards

link to site

Course: https://libguides.brooklyn.cuny.edu/artsofwestafrica/home

Instructor: Chris Richards

Platform: Libguides

Status: Active Fall 2020

Art 3134/7142 (Richards)

ART 3134/7142 homepage, click to go home.

Course: Women & African Art
Professor: Chris Richards
Platform: LibGuides CMS

Art 3138/7138: Journey to Wakanda (Richards)

screenshot of site, link to site.

Course: ARTD 3138/7138
Title:  Journey to Wakanda: African Art and Popular Culture
Instructor: Chris Richards
Platform: Libguides and CUNY Academic Commons Wordpress Group

Art 3195/7196 African Fashion/Textiles

Homepage to African Fashion and Textiles, click to go home.

Course: ART 3195/7196 African Fashion/Textiles
Professor: Chris Richards
Platform: LibGuides CMS

Art 3164/7097G (Simon)

Art 3164/7097 homepage, click to go home.

Course: History of Architecture & Urbanism in NYC
Professor: Simon
Platform: WordPress.COM

Art 3169/7165 (Hadler)

Global Contemporary Art: From 1945 to the Present homepage, click to go to guide.

Course: ART 3139 / Grad ARTD 7165
Instructor: Mona Hadler
Platform: LibGuides CMS

Art 7184G (Richards)

7184G Museum Education I homepage, click to go to guide.

Course: ARTD 7184G Museum Education I
Professor: Chris Richards
Platform: WordPress (CUNY Academic Commons)

Art 7820G: Video Art (McCoy)

Homepage of ARTD 7820G guide, click to go home.

Course: ARTD 7820G: Video Art
Professor: Jennifer McCoy
Platform: LibGuides CMS

Art 7920 / PIMA 7030 Collaborative Strategies

Click to return to PIMA 7030 /Art 7920 homepage.

Course: PIMA 7030 / Art 7920
Title: Collaborative Strategies Studio Course
Professor: Jennifer McCoy
Platform: LibGuides
Semester: Spring 2019