Demographic Data

Note: There were 21 responses. Therefore, several participants identified as more than one association.

Note: The one participant listing under 5 years experience has over 5 years experience as a TA and is an active researcher in the field.

Note: Some participants specified more than one subject area. Other includes Art Theory/Criticism, Pedagogy, Studio.

Note: Institutions may have more than one delivery method. Though the research is focused on on-ground delivery, noting the growing balance in delivery methods is important.

Note: Several participants added specifics regarding class size: On ground ranges from 75-112 versus the online delivery is between 25-30 students per section. Another institution varied from 20 to 70 students per section.

Average observed student demographics based on response:

*Note: Institutions are largely either traditional or commuter. As a result, deviation here is extremely broad.

Insight provided regarding course student demographics:

Note: Several participants provided more detail to how their art history survey course fits within the curriculum:

Note: Several participants had comments with regard to this question:

Note: The participants clarified the "Other" focus:

Typical Delivery Method Extra Descriptions:

Note: Several who claimed that there is no required textbook stated that it was the instructor's choice, but the institution did not mandate a specific text.

Note: The participants added several notes along with listing the textbook to clarify their responses:

Placement within the curriculum:

Teaching space (physical and digital):

Student demographic qualities:

The main statement is "diverse." These were the items listed. Round 2 will ask for further clarification on perceived percentage of these students in a given course. Although some answered providing such ratios or percentages, not all provided that level of detail, and it seems necessary.

Course Description Themes

Course Outcomes:

Who determines them:

Key verbs: Themes in order of most common to least common:

Other Notes: