Do you ever wish your professional life were a little simpler, a little easier to navigate? Who doesn’t?!
Every day at Davis, we work hard to make art teaching a simpler, more satisfying experience for you. What have we done for you lately? Here’s just a partial list:
An all-new Davis Digital With new features and easier to use, intuitive controls, you can quickly and easily access all your eBooks, create lessons in the Curriculum Builder, add images to your ePortfolios, and view your Digital Fine Art Images. Fully compatible with iPads and tablets! Learn more …
Davis fine art images now available on Davis Digital No more juggling CDs! Enrich and extend lessons from our K–12 textbooks using images from our enormous archive. Tag any image to easily organize images by class or content, and share those images with your students with an online slide show. Learn more …
Digital image sets Davis Art Images offers dazzling digital collections
organized by artist, style, culture, medium, element or principle, thematic
emphasis, and much more. And you can now order the supplemental digital
image sets designed to extend each and every lesson in our K–12 textbook
programs. And they’re all available on Davis Digital! Learn more …
Art Education in Practice series titles now available as eBooks And we’re adding a brand new title to the series: Differentiated Instruction, by Dr. Heather Fountain, available in Spring 2013. Learn more …
A new, digital addition to the Studio Series! Experience Painting, a comprehensive introduction to the medium by Dr. John Howell White, will be available [in Fall 2013] in print or digital format.
Advocacy, inspiration, community If you don’t know about Art Advocado, Curator’s Corner, or SchoolArts Room, you should! These rich and informative blogs are indispensible resources for art history, art advocacy, and lesson ideas that will inspire you all year long!
So simplify your life! Visit DavisArt.com regularly to find out how!
Wyatt Wade / President