Many of you may be aware of the MacArthur Foundation's Digital Media and Learning Initiative, which has for the past two years provided research grant money for projects dealing with digital media in educational settings.
A number of the chapters in Digital Visual Culture deal with topics that are closely tied to grant projects funded by the DML Initiative:
What role do art educators play in the Digital Media and Learning Initiative? What are the possibilities for art educators to attract funding sources of this type? Do the projects represented acknowledge the unique qualities of digital visual culture, and if so, what might art educators learn from these forms of representation?