DRS 2022 Call for Papers: Futures of Design Education

DEADLINE: 24 November 2021 SUBMISSION LINK: https://www.conftool.pro/drs2022/index.php?page=newPaper&form_contributiontypeID=86&newpaper=true  CONFERENCE WEBSITE: https://www.drs2022.org/  FORMAT DETAILS: Articles of (5000 words). Template: https://www.drs2022.org/papers/   CALL DETAILS: A DRS PluriSIG and EdSIG joint track proposal.  The effects of dominant curricula in design education are now being recognised in education practice and research, in particular global approaches to design education that demonstrate aContinue reading “DRS 2022 Call for Papers: Futures of Design Education”

DRS 2022 Call for Papers: Studio Matters

DEADLINE: 24 November 2021 SUBMISSION LINK: https://www.conftool.pro/drs2022/index.php?page=newPaper&form_contributiontypeID=84&newpaper=true  CONFERENCE WEBSITE: https://www.drs2022.org/  FORMAT DETAILS: Articles of (5000 words). Template: https://www.drs2022.org/papers/  CALL DETAILS: The centrality of studio to design education has been challenged during the pandemic as educators have adopted distance and online learning and teaching methods (Marshalsey and Sclater, 2020). Change to studio practices during the COVID-19Continue reading “DRS 2022 Call for Papers: Studio Matters”

Special Issue and Call for Papers – Alternative Studios: Design Education Changes in 2020

Call for Papers for a Special Issue in Design and Technology Education: An International Journal titled Alternative Studios: Design Education Changes in 2020  Call for abstracts deadline: 28 February 2021 Full paper deadline: 30 April Publication: June or October 2021 (dependant on submissions) Guest Editors: Derek Jones, The Open University (UK) Nicole Lotz, The OpenContinue reading “Special Issue and Call for Papers – Alternative Studios: Design Education Changes in 2020”

Meetup 06: DIAgram Model

Meetup 6 featured Kate Tregloan and her team’s work on implementing distance learning design support for architecture and design at the University of Melbourne, Australia. The presentation was based on the work presented in the article BEL+T designs a DIAgram … a relational framework for teaching online, outlining both the vision of the team as wellContinue reading “Meetup 06: DIAgram Model”

Meetup 05: How are things going?

Meetup 05 was a really informal catchup and check-in chat to see how things are going. It ended up being quite a small group, perhaps reflecting the fact that so many colleagues are more than busy managing things to respond to current conditions. After a bit of a break the Distance Design Education Meetups areContinue reading “Meetup 05: How are things going?”

Taking care of mind and body – the Corona Semester as a challenge for the ‘leib’

A working note. By Andreas Ken Lanig. In this article I would like to discuss a few of these and reflect on particular experiences from distance learning that can be helpful in countering such deficits. I’m sure you’ve experienced this too in these strange days – Staff and students are doubly tired: First, the amountContinue reading “Taking care of mind and body – the Corona Semester as a challenge for the ‘leib’”

Towards an ecosystem-of-learning for architectural education: random concepts as prompts and provocations

By Jolanda Morkel and Hermie Delport* This article is based on an online presentation delivered on 22 May 2020 for the Teaching Architecture Online: Methods and Outcomes seminar, organised by Curtin University and Özyeğin University, titled ‘Responsive Ecosystems for Architectural Education’ (Morkel & Delport, 2020). In this article, we propose that, rather than the on-ground-onlineContinue reading “Towards an ecosystem-of-learning for architectural education: random concepts as prompts and provocations”

The Guide to Creating Distance Design Courses is finally here!

As noted in this post, it’s been a bit quiet because time’s gone into producing the new guide for Creating Distance Design Courses, which is now available here: https://distancedesigneducation.com/creating-distance-design-courses/ It took a bit longer than expected (it started out as a blog post but ended up being a 20k word monster!), so there’s a fewContinue reading “The Guide to Creating Distance Design Courses is finally here!”

From denial to acceptance: a turning point for design studio in architecture education

James Benedict Brown At the time of writing, in early May 2020, most architecture educators have passed through all five stages of the Kübler-Ross model of grief: denial, anger, depression, bargaining, acceptance (Kübler-Ross, 1969). We spent the first two months of the year in a politically-sanctioned period of denial. When it became apparent that theContinue reading “From denial to acceptance: a turning point for design studio in architecture education”