Date of Award
Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
Digital Production Arts
House, Donald H
This paper presents various concepts and techniques for creating an educational pipeline targeted at the field of computer graphics. This proposed pipeline focuses on the teaching of core concepts, core methodologies and finally core techniques employed within the field of computer graphics. Each component is then paired with an example of an active learning strategy used to enlighten and reinforce the abstract ideas behind these components. Throughout this document outlines the importance of supporting a holistic and platform agnostic approach, which sets the foundation for learning of all core computer graphics concepts, methodologies and techniques. The end result is a collection of concepts, techniques and example strategies, which are supported by active learning exercises.
Inks, Zachariah, "TEACHING METHODS FOR A HOLISTIC COMPUTER GRAPHICS CURRICULUM INCORPORATING ACTIVE LEARNING TECHNIQUES" (2013). All Theses. 1832.