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Learning and Teaching Projects 2008-9


Project Holders Meeting at the Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, 30 May, 2008

Following a consultation with ADM-HEA's Reference Groups in September 2007, three themes were identified as of current interest for the art, design and media sector subjects.  These were:-

  • Community and Volutary Sector Exchange - examining the value for students and teachers of interaction with not-for-profit organisations, either through work placements or collaborative 'live' projects.
  • Transitions - looking at issues around students transition between school and higher education, from further to higher education or from higher education to the world of work.
  • Innovation - this theme was identified to encourage applicants who have development ideas which do not necessarily fit within any pre-determined theme. It offered the opportunity to try out original approaches to learning and teaching within the art, design and media sector.

The following seven projects were selected from the fifty-three applications received:-

‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ Lectures – An Experiment in Interaction Within the Lecture Theatre

Darren Mundy, Director of Studies (Digital Media), University of Hull More...

A Clear Approach and a Soft Landing: Smoothing the Path for the New Student entering an Industry-Orientated Discipline

John Marland- Senior Lecturer in Film and Television Production and Robert Edgar-Hunt - Head of Programme, Film and Television Production, York St John University More...

Dissemination of innovative teaching and learning practice: The Global Studio

Erik Bohemia and Kerry Harman, Northumbria University More...

Learning, Creativity and the Passage of Mental (ill) Health: Student Case Studies

Maureen Gamble and Janet Harrison, Janet Harrison, Course Leader Art & Design; and Dr Val Chapman, Head of the Disabilities Unit, University of Worcester. More...

Making the Creative Process Visible

Natasha Mayo, University of Wales Cardiff More...

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