This section contains a wealth of materials of value to Computer Graphics educators and professionals. Unlike CGEMS, some materials in this section are not peer reviewed. However, in the near future all cgSource materials will allow public commenting.
This peer-viewed resource, meant to spread educational excellence in CG-related fields, is currently off-line.
Stay tuned for updates!
A directory of academic programs that offer computer graphics, digital arts, interactive media and games curricula.
A forum for discussion for educators in Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques.
Educational projects dealing with Curricula
Related websites and useful resources on other websites.
Topic Specific Resources
The "Education for Visualization Committee", or EVC for short, has the goal "to further development of guidelines and teaching materials for visualization curricula and courses"
The History of Computer Graphics and Digital Art Project collects essays and images from artists, scientists, art historians, people shaping the museum and gallery display and those who influenced these disciplines, which reflects the unfolding of computer art due to technical achievements (hardware, software, languages, etc).