Peggy Bloomer, PhD is an adjunct professor of literature and digital design at Southern New Hampshire, Herzing and Quinnipiac Universities.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
The Medieval Image at the Interception of Signifier, Signification, Historical Context, and Commodification in Book of the Hours

An examination of the images in The Book of the Hours as pre-cursors to modern photographic images using concepts developed by Benjamin, Barthes, Baudrillard and Lyotard.

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Published online: June 4, 2014

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How Font APIs Are Changing Typography on the Web and Print: The Breaking of the Tyranny of Arial

Microsoft Word and HTML created layouts using one font. Font APIs are changing that. This paper looks at emerging font trends influenced by on-demand printing, globalization and Content Management Systems.

Article: Print

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Article: Electronic

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Do Videos Have a Place in e-Learning Classrooms?

Videos are neither a new technology nor do these lectures align themselves to any of the seven student learning styles. They are in opposition to creating an active learning classroom.

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Published online: March 3, 2016

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The Role of Games in the Active Learning Classroom

Games create an engaging and innovative learning environment by challenging and combining new ways of viewing and understanding. They develop critical thinking and collaboration, integrated into activities and competitions.

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Published online: May 6, 2016

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Active Learning and Teaching Graphic Design History

Graphic design students present design history concepts to each other in combination with museum visits to view design artifacts. Students became active learners who incorporate the concepts into their practice.

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Published Online: May 20, 2016

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