CSU WorldImages


HOW EDUCATORS USE WORLDIMAGES


Faculty from many disciplines are using the images for research assignments, to create course study pages, to include in their lectures, and to create on-line materials. Students are using the image database for study and research, for term papers, and to create collaborative multimedia presentations.

Art and Architectural History faculty use the images to teach the basic survey as well as specialized upper division courses. Images for particular courses can be located by clicking on Art and Architecture Portfolios and going to the specific survey of interest.

Studio Art faculty use the images listed in the Core 2 Dimensional and Core 3 Dimensional portfolios. The portfolios help both students and faculty understand the core concepts used in teaching art.

Students in Visual Literacy and Multimedia Courses are creating elaborate collaborative multimedia presentations. Click here to download a Powerpoint description of a course on Multimedia and Collaborative Learning and click on samples of student and faculty work on the homepage.

Elementary and High School teachers are using the database to design projects relating to the California Educational Standards. See the portfolios with Images for the California Educational Standards.

CALIFORNIA EDUCATIONAL STANDARDS CALIFORNIA EDUCATIONAL STANDARDS
Click to find the portfolios in each area.

CA 4.1 Geography: the Land and its Creatures 70
CA 4.1 Maps 21
CA 4.2.1 California Indians 71
CA 4.2.2 Exploration of the North Pacific 58
CA 4.2.3-6 California Missions 144
CA 4.2.7-8 Mexican Rancho Period 90
CA 4.3 Bear Flag Republic thru Statehood 1846-1850's 98
CA 4.4 California development after 1850's 64
CA 4.4.3-4 California Immigration & Migration 61
CA 4.4.5 California development 1900s to present 117
CA 4.4.9 California's Impact on 20th c. Art & Culture 66
      California Artists 503
CA 5.1 The Land & People Before Columbus 63
CA 5.2 Age of Exploration 30
CA 5.3 Cooperation & Conflicts Between Indians & Settlers 33
CA 5.4 Colonial Institutions: Religion, Social & Economic 57
CA 5.5 Causes of the American Revolution 36
CA 5.6 Course & Consequences of American Revolution 49
CA 5.7 US Constitution & the Republic 63
CA 5.8 US Immigration & Settlement to 1850 63
CA 6.1 Early human development 94
CA 6.21&2 Dev. of permanent settlements - Mesopotamia, Egypt, Kush 18
CA 6.2.3&4 Mesopotamia and Egypt 24
CA 6.2.5,6&7 Early civilization of Egypt 36
CA 6.2.8 Kush civilization 21
CA 6.2.9 Evolution of Writing 26
CA 6.3 Ancient Hebrews 47
CA 6.4 Ancient Greek Civilization 50
CA 6.5 Early India 43
CA 6.6 Early China, Shang, Quin, Han Dynasty & Silk Road 65
CA 6.7.6&7 Origins of Chistianity 21
CA 7.01 Rise and Fall of Roman Empire 47
CA 7.02 Islam in the Middle Ages 37
CA 7.03 China in the Middle Ages 47
CA 7.04 Sub-Saharan Civilizations - Ghana, Mali - Medieval Africa 32
CA 7.05 Medieval Japan 34
CA 7.06 Medieval Europe - structures of civilizations 38
CA 7.07 Meso-American and Andean Civilizations 58
CA 7.08 Renaissance Europe 46
CA 7.09 Developments of the Reformation 40
CA 7.10 Development of the Scientific Revolution & its Lasting Effects 47
CA 7.11 16th-18th centuries: Age of Exploration, Enlightenment, Reason 36
CA 10.1 Development of Western Political Thought 32
CA10.10 Contemporary Nation Building 97
CA10.11 Integration of Countries into World Economy 42
CA10.2 Revolutions in France, England, and US 81
CA10.3 Effects of the Industrial Revolution 59
CA10.3.7 From Classicism to Romanticism 35
CA10.4 New Imperialism 40
CA10.5 Causes and Course of WW I 111
CA10.6 Effects of WW I 77
CA10.7 Rise of totalitarian governments 60
CA10.8 Causes and Consequences of WW II 233
CA10.9 Developments in post-WWII World 90



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