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Learning and Teaching Projects 2001-7

From 2001 the ADM-HEA funded research projects in learning and teaching across the art, design and media sector, details of which may be found in chronological order below.  The highlighted titles are links, either to project descriptions,  associated event details or final project reports. For a full alphabetical list of all ADM-HEA projects, please click here.

Projects funded between 2005-07


Assessment Practices in the Creative Arts and their relationship to personal development planning
Gray's School of Art, Robert Gordon University

Research in student assessment combined with personal development planning
Sheffield Hallam University

Widening participation and the Media Student Experience
Thames Valley University

Understanding the pedagogical implications of using PBL for teaching, managing and assessing work based learning projects in media production
University College Chichester and Coventry University 

Textiles Resource On-line Guide - a web-based resource for students in fashion, textiles and related fields
London College of Fashion

North West Network - linking teaching with research
University of Bolton

Postgraduate Networking: Case Studies of completed research degrees in Media, Communication and Cultural Studies
University of Westminster

For Real: a review of the extent of "live practice" within 3D design education in the UK and its potential contribution to curriculum development within the ADM subject area 
University of Brighton

iSpace - Developing online resources for dyslexic students in Art and Design
Gray's School of Art, Robert Gordon University

Projects funded between 2001-2005


Effective Assessment in Art and Design
Allan Davies, CLTAD

Writing Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria in Art and Design

Allan Davies, CLTAD

Designing on-line resources for dyslexic students in art and design
Robert Gordon University

A Survey of Staff Development to Support the Use of Communication and Information Technologies in Art and Design
University of Wales Institute, Cardiff (UWIC)

Radio Teaching & Learning Project
Radio Studies Network

Critical Distance: An investigation into the function of the 'crit' in a flexible learning environment
The Surrey Institute of Art & Design, University College

SKILLBASE (the role of the technician and demonstrator in A&D learning) 
Staffordshire University

The development of pedagogy in relation to learning how to learn
The London College of Fashion: London Institute

Developing Web based Interactive Multimedia Resources for Art and Design
The Robert Gordon University, Grays School of Art and Design

Managing Student Lifestyles: Art and Mental Health Project 
University College Worcester

Methodologies for learning, teaching, and assessment in art and design- The ADMIT Project
Nottingham Trent University and Manchester Metropolitan University

Developing Professional Studies for Art, Design and Communication Students 
The Arts Institute at Bournemouth

Understanding Individual Learning Needs as an approach to Self-Developmental Behaviour in Design Degree Students University of Northumbria at Newcastle
University of Northumbria

Managing the conflicts between students' vernacular knowledges and academic understandings of film 
Department of Theatre, Film & Television Studies,
University of Wales, Aberystwyth

Testing and Disseminating an Interactive Ceramics Glaze Learning Programme 
School of Art and Design, University of Ulster

Developing a Research Training Resource Centre on the Web 
Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, University of Central England

Inadmissible Evidence: New Strategies for the Photographic Document 
Swansea School of Art & Design, Swansea Institute of HE

Strategies for Managing the Relation Between Theory and Practice in the Teaching of Media-Based Courses Department of Media Arts

University of Luton

HERBE - Higher Education Resources for the Built Environment 
South Bank University

Future Faculty: Doctorate education in Communication, Culture and Media Studies in the UK 
Coventry University

Using student-led seminars to teach Film Studies at London Metropolitan University
London Metropolitan University

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