Details of all #DistanceDesignEd Meetups can be found on this page: recordings, live notes, presentations, and other links.
See the Events page for future events.
DEADLINE: 24 November 2021 +++ DEADLINE EXTENDED to 1 DECEMBER 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 particularContinue reading “DRS 2022 Call for Papers: Futures of Design Education”
Jeremy Till had often proclaimed that ‘architecture education is deeply conservative!’ Distance Design Education Meetup 8 sought to expand Till’s claim by questioning the appropriateness of the one-to-one, Master and Apprentice model of desk crits. Numerous design education researchers (Goldschmidt, Webster, and maybe even yourself!) have recognised the shortcomings of such siloed reviews. Yet, littleContinue reading “Meetup 08: Framing Design Education: A Study of A Non-hierarchical Architectural Design Studio”
Meetup 07 featured Robert O’Toole presenting Warwick University’s move to online and distance learning and, in particular, their use of a suite of online design tools in order to support student needs. The meetup notes are here and you can watch the recording below:
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 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?”
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!”
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?”
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.
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”
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”
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