The design process is a common and essential form of thinking, learning, teaching and research at art and design schools. This is nowadays determined by digital collaboration and communication processes, which lead to new requirements and didactical implications for teaching and learning in higher education.
How can collaborative design processes be supported and accompanied by digital learning scenarios at the university? What are the challenges, what are the experiences? Which influence do they have on the competency profiles of graduates? How can inter- or transdisciplinary design processes be conducted in digital learning environments?
These and other questions will be addressed during the conference. The aim is to get an insight into the current digital design-based teaching and learning practice. We will discover new ideas and perspectives, discuss and, at best, design them together.
Participation is free of charge. Please use following link for registration:
Date 15. December 2017
Time 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Starts in 2 months 23 days 18 hours 44 minutes 36 seconds