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Spring 2022

DCD 201: Coding for Humanists [Assistant Professor]

Escape Rooms

In this course, we will learn how to use HTML, CSS, and JavaScript using CodePen and Arduino using Tinkercad Circuits to create playable escape rooms themed around humanities topics.

DCD 302: Visual Methods [Assistant Professor]

Trompe L'œil

In this course, we will study how trompe l'oeil, the artistic and scientific endeavor to trick the eye, can be applied to photography, vector illustration, video, and 3D objects. We will explore, create, and apply magic, optical illusion, perspective, and special effects to our creative projects, learning tricks in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and After Effects.

ENGL 231: Film, New Media, and Culture [Assistant Professor]


In this course, we will learn Disney's role in the history of film technology (synchronized sound animation, multiplane camera, rotoscoping), analyze the representation of technology and makers in Disney+ films and new media, and explore Disney's innovative technological research and development for theme parks, games, apps, and other entertainment venues.