Dissemination of innovative teaching and learning practice : the global studio

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Bohemia, Erik ; Harman, Kerry (2009)
  • Publisher: Higher Education Academy
  • Subject: W200 | X100

This project aims to disseminate teaching and learning resources from an innovative programme called the Global Studio to the ADM-HEA community. The area of innovation developed in the Global Studio was to link student teams across the globe in ‘designer’ and ‘client’ roles in order to undertake a product development project. This built on and extended the learning philosophy of learning in and through doing provided in a more traditional design studio. Throughout the project students worked in geographically distributed work groups in order to provide them with experience in using skills that would enable them to work successfully in distributed design teams.
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    Bohemia, E., Lauche, K., & Harman, K. (2008). Discussion Paper: Issues Related To Conducting a Global Studio. In A. Clarke & M. Evatt & P. Hogarth & J. Lloverars & L. Pons (Eds.), 10th International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education: New Perspectives in Design Education (Vol. 2, pp. 596-601). the Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain: Artyplan Global Printers Ltd.

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