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Journal of Learning Design

2013 Volume 6, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Big Bang Technology: What's Next in Design Education, Radical Innovation or Incremental Change?

    Katja Fleischmann

    Since the introduction of digital media, design education has been challenged by the ongoing advancement of technology. Technological change has created unprecedented possibilities for designers to... More

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  2. Understanding the Signature Pedagogy of the Design Studio and the Opportunities for Its Technological Enhancement

    Phillip Crowther

    This paper presents an analysis of the studio as the signature pedagogy of design education. A number of theoretical models of learning, pedagogy, and education are used to interrogate the studio ... More

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  3. Supporting More Inclusive Learning with Social Networking: A Case Study of Blended Socialised Design Education

    Russell Rodrigo & Tam Nguyen

    This paper presents a qualitative case study of socialised blended learning, using a social network platform to investigate the level of literacies and interactions of students in a blended... More

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  4. Redesigning the Urban Design Studio: Two Learning Experiments

    Burak Pak & Johan Verbeke

    The main aim of this paper is to discuss how the combination of Web 2.0, social media and geographic technologies can provide opportunities for learning and new forms of participation in an urban... More

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  5. Developing Cultural Responsiveness in Environmental Design Students through Digital Storytelling and Photovoice

    Debra Flanders Cushing & Emily Wexler Love

    As the Latino population in the United States grows, it will become increasingly important for undergraduate students in environmental design and related disciplines to become more culturally... More

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  6. iThesis: Polly's project

    Alvaro Conti

    This paper outlines an attempt to loosen the existing role and structure of the traditional "thesis" as the key undergraduate learning instrument within universities in Thailand. It does ... More

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