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Yen-Ju Lin

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If we can't talk straight in a barbershop, then where can we talk straight?
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Pat’s Barbershop
Carpenter, B. S. (2003). Never a Dull Moment: Pat’s Barbershop as Educational Environment, Hypertext, and Place, Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education, 21, 5-18.
Carpenter, B. S. (2006). Whose Line is it Anyway?: Visual Culture Spaces as Learning Environments. Visual Arts Research, 32 (2-63), 69-72

Racing Thought
Carpenter, B. S.; Taylor, P. G. (2003). Racing Thought: Altering Our Ways of Knowing and Being in Art Through Computer Hypertext. Studies in Art Education, 45(1), 40-55.
Taylor, P. G.; Carpenter, B. S. (2002). Inventively Linking: Teaching and Learning with Computer Hypertext. Art Education, 55(3), 6-12.

Seeing Culture
Carpenter, B. S. (2011). Visual Culture and Literacy Online: Image Galleries as Sites of Learning. Art Education, 64(4), 33-40
Cifuentes, L; Carpenter, B. S.; Bulu, S. (2006). An Online Collaborative Environment for Sharing Visual Culture. Journal of Visual Literacy, 26 (2), 133-150.
How the use of computer technology affects /changes teaching and learning?
“… to unify those three pieces, is that technology is either explicit or metaphorically implied in them “
Pat's Barbershop
Racing Thought
Seeing Culture
Seeing Culture is a collaborative online image gallery that encourages the users to build their awareness of visual literacy.
Barbershops are of interest to art education because they function as metaphorical interactive hypertext in which patrons explore life issues. They are visual culture sites that are socially constructed for learning. Boundaries among education, high culture, and entertainment are blurred in such learning environment where one can learn visually, verbally, aurally, and experientially.
The Racing Thought is using Story Space, a specialized hypertext authoring software
Hypertext facilitates an intertextual approach to the practice of creating and teaching thematic units of instruction in k-12 art classrooms.
Intertextuality: the discovery and creation of new ideas that are made through examining relationships
Social/ Cultural inquiry
“I wouldn’t say there is one event that kind of inspired or initiated my interest in that piece (social/cultural issues) in my work. It’s just kind of who I am.”
“The issues of racist culture, you know, injustice, tension that came out because of racist culture, I’m not going to let that be and let it define who I am when I grow up.“
the multiple meanings, with an “s”
"...whenever we face with someone else, those preconceptions are present. .... and those preconceptions are either supported, or confirmed, or challenged, and resisted.... “
what do you see
What does that mean?
how do you know?
“I don’t know! I didn’t know, and that is exactly why I wanted to do it.”
“we started with the unknown. And the notion of “what if”. What might we do?

“In the qualitative sense, to me the efficiency means to me that the images become accessible that every people who have the computers and have the access to the Internet they would have the access to those images.
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An efficient means of sharing visual images and videos among large groups of students
A way of navigating through the visuals without biasing the interpretation of other viewers
A mechanism for categorizing visual content according to social and cultural messages they convey to viewers
A forum for sharing interpretations and socially negotiating meaning among peers
Seeing Culture
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