This is the final article in a three-part series about how the Disney movie creative process could be adapted to improve course development.
What can people do to educate themselves and their children to better understand what people of color feel and experience living in the U.S.? In this podcast, Dr. Bjorn Mercer talks to Dr. Kristin Williams-Washington about how to have tough conversations.
Writing for a diverse audience is not easy. Being able to communicate in an easy to understand manner requires writing at an appropriate readability level.
Now that we know about readability scores, what do we do now? Here are some tips to make your writing readable when writing for the typical audience.
Ultimately, can we separate Richard Wagner’s art from the man? For some people, the answer will be “yes.” Others will say “no.”
It is possible to separate great art from the person who created it. German opera composer Richard Wagner is a noteworthy case study.
In this podcast, Dr. Bjorn Mercer talks to APU professor Nicole Nesberg about her indigenous upbringing as an American Indian woman.