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ADM-HEA feature articles took an in-depth look at issues impacting on art / design / media (including journalism, media studies, cultural studies and art and design history) higher education, and of interest to colleagues in the sector.

They are all published here and many are published in ADM-HEA's magazine, Networks.

 

Mental Pictures – and their implications for Higher Education

Rutherford, BA Programme Leader, Advertising, University of Chester December 2010 More...

Surface Design; what is it, how is it changing and what are the ingredients of a successful curriculum?

By Neil Musson, Somerset College, A University of Plymouth College December 2010 More...

Embedding sustainability concern in the curriculum

Jill Rodgers, BA (Hons) Textiles, Norwich University College of the Arts October 2010 More...

Education for Sustainability and beyond: contemplating collapse

By Arran Stibbe, University of Gloucestershire September 2010 More...

Looking into Outreach

By Dr. Olivia Sagan, Senior Research Fellow (Pedagogy), Centre for Learning & Teaching in Art and Design (cltad), University of the Arts London September 2010 More...

Working at the edges

Mark Bailey, School of Design, Northumbria University September 2010 More...

Department 21

By Department 21, Royal College of Art, including: Callum Cooper, Bianca Elzenbaumer, Fabio Franz, Polly Hunter, Stephen Knott, Fay Nicolson, Anais Tondeur, Anna Sikorska, Oliver Smith and Bethany Wells More...

Making Marks: assessment practices in art and design

By Professor Susan Orr, Deputy Dean, York St John University, May 2010 More...

Square pegs in round holes: What impact do outcomes and systems have on creative subjects within Higher Education?

By Louise Ramage, Tutor, Department of Adult and Continuing Education (DACE), University of Glasgow. May 2010 More...

The International Students’ Experience Project at UAL: Issues of Engagement for International Students in Art and Design

By Silvia Sovic, Principal Investigator of the National Teaching Fellowship Scheme and Margo Blythman, Visiting Research Fellow at the Centre for Learning and Teaching in Art and Design, University of the Arts London. November 2009 More...

Student engagement: paradigm change or political expediency?

By Christine Hardy, Learning and Teaching Coordinator for the School of Art and Design Nottingham Trent University and Colin Bryson, Director of the Combined Honours Centre, Newcastle University. November 2009 More...

Four Student-centred and Student-led Postgraduate Research Workshops in Screen Studies and Visual Culture

By Dr Daniela Berghahn, department of Media Arts, Royal Holloway, University of London - November 2009 More...

Motivating Students in the Face of the Media Maelstrom

Philip J Cowan, Senior Tutor in Journalism, Harlow College. November 2009 More...

A Design Agency Goes Back to College

By James Corazzo, Lecturer in Graphic Design, Stockport College. September 2009 More...

Beyond the Beanbag? Towards New Ways of Thinking About Learning Spaces

By Dr. Jos Boys, Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning through Design (CETLD), University of Brighton. September 2009 More...

Doing Media 2.0

By Julian McDougall, Reader in Media and Education and Steve Dixon, Senior Lecturer, Newman University College, Birmingham September 2009 More...

The Best Use of Infinity: Open Educational Resources and the Politics of Knowledge

By Alan Clarke, Senior Lecturer, York St John University. September 2009 More...

The B:Fest: Pedagogy and Public Spaces

By Robin Saklatvala and Janey Gordon, University of Bedfordshire September 2009 More...

The Group, the Team and the Task Force: The enhancement of group work as a teaching methodology

By Janey Gordon, Principal lecturer and Associate CETL Fellow in the School of Media, Art and Design at the University of Bedfordshire. September 2008 More...

'Could do Better?': students' critique of written feedback

By Kate Brooks, lecturer in Media and Cultural Studies at the University of the West of England, Bristol. September 2008 More...

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