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Social Networks for Creative Professionals

One of the courses I’m taking currently for my Masters in Instructional Design at the University of Colorado Denver, is Social Media. While I consider myself a fairly private person, I have been tasked with “Trying Something New” in the social media realm. 103 more words

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New Traditional Architecture and Urbanism: A Lecture by Christine G. H. Franck

New Traditional Architecture and Urbanism: A Lecture by Christine G. H. Franck

CARTA’s Director, Christine G. H. Franck, joined the College of Architecture and Planning in October 0f 2013 to establish and develop CARTA. 73 more words

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Rule and Invention in Classical Architecture: A Lecture by Thomas Gordon Smith

Rule and Invention in Classical Architecture: A Lecture by Thomas Gordon Smith, Architect and Professor of Architecture, University of Notre Dame

CARTA was honored to help bring Thomas Gordon Smith to lecture in Denver, for The 2nd Clinton Family Fund Lecture, organized by the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art Rocky Mountain Chapter and CARTA. 148 more words

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On the Nature of Tradition and Innovation: A Lecture by Robert Adam

On the Nature of Tradition and Innovation: A Lecture by Robert Adam

CARTA has brought some of the world’s leading figures in design and education to Denver to further our mission of advancing the interdisciplinary study and practice of traditional architecture, building craft, landscape architecture and urban design through spirited debate, rigorous education and transformative research so we may improve the built environment and people’s quality of life. 35 more words

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Making Room for Traditional Architecture

Dean Mark Gelernter, PhD with Professor and Architect Robert Adam and CARTA Director, Christine G. H. Franck at Robert Adam’s lecture at CU Denver.

In 2012, Dr. 1,149 more words

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Captioning Multimodal Texts

The graphic below is a rectangular pictorial chart with vertical alignment. The image is titled “Five Ways the Think Rhetorically About Captioning.”

Since infographics are not accessible to screen readers, I have decided to caption this document in two ways, textually and aurally. 420 more words

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