Creating a Virtual Exhibition Outline

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This is a flowchart to help students conceptualize their online exhibition.

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  • Creating a Virtual Exhibition Outline

    1. 1. Assignment Outline:Creating a Virtual Exhibition Jason M. Kelly Associate Professor of British History Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis jaskelly@iupui.edu
    2. 2. DESIGN CONTENT ANALYSIS
    3. 3. DESIGN CONTENT ANALYSIS
    4. 4. THESISDESIGN CONTENT ANALYSIS
    5. 5. DESIGN
    6. 6. What models are available?DESIGN
    7. 7. What models are available?DESIGN What works well? What doesn’t?
    8. 8. What models are available?DESIGN What works well? What doesn’t? What should my exhibition look like?
    9. 9. What models are available?DESIGN What works well? What doesn’t? What should my exhibition look like? • what structure best highlights my analysis? • what structure is most accessible for my audience? • how can I integrate web 2.0 interactivity?
    10. 10. CONTENT
    11. 11. CONTENTWhat is my topic?
    12. 12. CONTENT What is my topic?What is myresearch questionand why is it important?
    13. 13. CONTENT What is my topic? historiographyWhat is myresearch questionand why is it important?
    14. 14. CONTENT What primary sources are available, and What is my topic? how will I use them? historiographyWhat is myresearch questionand why is it important?
    15. 15. CONTENT What primary sources are available, and What is my topic? how will I use them? historiography methodologyWhat is myresearch questionand why is it important?
    16. 16. CONTENT What primary sources are available, and What is my topic? how will I use them? historiography methodologyWhat is myresearch questionand why is it important? Thesis
    17. 17. ANALYSIS
    18. 18. What is the bestway to construct myargument to support my thesis? ANALYSIS
    19. 19. What is the bestway to construct myargument to support my thesis? ANALYSIS What are my sub-theses?
    20. 20. What is the bestway to construct myargument to support my thesis? ANALYSIS What are my sub-theses? What are the best objects to use to exemplify my argument? • art • material culture • texts
    21. 21. What is the bestway to construct myargument to support my thesis? ANALYSIS What are my sub-theses? What are the bestHow will I objects to use toanalyze them? exemplify my argument? • text • art • video • material culture • interactive activities • texts
    22. 22. DESIGN CONTENT ANALYSIS
    23. 23. DESIGN CONTENT ANALYSIS
    24. 24. THESISDESIGN CONTENT ANALYSIS

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