Gone quiet… Academic Call for More Noise!

It’s been a bit quiet over the past couple of weeks (although there have been a couple of nice recipes from @mjleht on One-shot video and @morkelj on Online final design reviews. As well as a great reflection piece from @jamesbrownontheroad : From denial to acceptance: a turning point for design studio in architecture education) The peaceContinue reading “Gone quiet… Academic Call for More Noise!”

Meetup 04: What next?

The fourth #DistanceDesignEd Meetup was held on Tuesday 24 March, asking the question ‘What next?’. The live note document is here and this also has a capture of the text chat. Please keep adding to this (resources, comments, ideas). Thanks to all contributors so far and a huge thank you to everyone who took partContinue reading “Meetup 04: What next?”

Meetup 03: Crisis Curriculum

The third meetup was held on Wednesday 8 April 2020 on the subject of Crisis Curriculum (full recording below). You can find the meeting notes here (please feel free to keep adding). And you can find the presentation with prompt questions here. As always, a huge thank you to everyone who contributed to the discussion.

Meetup 01 – Distance Design Education

The first #DistanceDesignEd Meetup was held on Wednesday 18 March and covered the MASSIVE topic of Distance Design Education! The live note document and text chat is here please keep adding to that document (resources, comments, ideas). Robert O’Toole also posted some notes by Bo Kelestyn here: http://www.inspireslearning.com/journal/advice-for-teaching-online/ The recording is here: Thanks to everyoneContinue reading “Meetup 01 – Distance Design Education”

Meetup: 02 – Assessment

The second #DistanceDesignEd Meetup was held on Tuesday 24 March on the subject of Assessment. The live note document is here and this also has a capture of the text chat. Please keep adding to this (resources, comments, ideas). We’ll post soon with a a summary on the topic. Thanks to all contributors so farContinue reading “Meetup: 02 – Assessment”