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Teaching Color in a Digital Savvy and Multi-cultural Environment
||Digital Module, Teaching Color Theory, Multi-cultural Environment, Digital Savvy Generation
The International Journal of the Book, Volume 4, Issue 2, pp.55-62.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound).
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.677MB).
Alice I. Chu is Professor of Design & Color at Ryerson University. She holds degrees from Taiwan Normal University (B.F.A), McGill University (Dip.Ed.) and Columbia University (M.A.).
She has been chosen as Professor of the Year, served as Board Director of the Canadian Society of Color and of Color Marketing Group International, a color forecasting organization with 1500 professional members from 700 industries. She is a registered graphic designer of Canada and an inductee to the “Who’s Who in Canadian Women”.
She was previously the department chair of Graphic Design, Dawson College. Montreal.
Her research interests are pedagogy on teaching design and color theory and practice.
Her teaching specialties include: design fundamental, visual communication, color theory and application.
She has traveled and lectured extensively in North America and the Far East.
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