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Subject:

art & design conference: call for papers

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Felix Lam <[log in to unmask]>

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Felix Lam <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 14 May 2001 16:07:38 +0000

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CALL FOR PAPERS

1st International conference hosted by
The Centre for Learning and Teaching in Art & Design (cltad)
supported by ADC-LTSN and ELIA


Enhancing Curricula:
exploring effective curricula practices in art, design and
communication in Higher Education


10th - 12th April 2002

Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA)
London, UK

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The aim of the conference is to bring together teachers of art and
design who have a responsibility for and/or who are interested in the
education of post-compulsory art and design students and who wish to
share their views on what issues a future curriculum should address
and how it might be shaped. The conference is designed to address
particular themes through three significant perspectives.

Themes:
1 What is an effective curriculum?
2 What is effective learning and teaching within the curriculum?
3 How can we use educational technology effectively within the curriculum?
4 What is the role and function of personal and professional
development within the curriculum?

The following perspectives are intended to reflect key stages in an
institution's commitment to lifelong learning.

Perspectives:
A Pre-entry and prior experiential learning
Contributions are encouraged from those who teach students who are
preparing for undergraduate study. Studies from specialist
'foundation' programmes and access courses for mature students are
particularly welcome.

B The undergraduate experience
Contributions are encouraged from those who are developing approaches
to curriculum design which attempt to address the challenges posed by
conceptions of the subject in the future and its place in society.

C The postgraduate and professional world
Contributions are encouraged from those who are preparing students
for work in an ever changing world. Contributions are also welcome
from employers of art and design students.

Inevitably, some papers will be investigating the boundaries of or
relationships between these perspectives.

*********************************************************************
criteria for sessions:
papers: (45 minutes)
Contributors can present
* reports of completed research studies
* case studies on innovative curriculum design
Papers should indicate theoretical research frameworks and research
methodologies used. The meaning and possible significance of the
research findings should be discussed. No more than 25 mins will be
used for presentation leaving the remaining time for discussion and
questions.

workshops: (90 minutes)
Workshops should be activity-based sessions around issues and
subjects. (E.g. Using educational technologies to support
groupwork.) Sessions should be interactive and it is possible that
two workshops topics, could be run in one session, if the approach is
complementary.

work in practice: (45 minutes)
Contributors are asked to make presentations of their practice,
including on-going research. Presentations will be grouped (2
presentations), allowing each presenter 15 mins presentation time and
15 minutes total for discussion and questions.

posters:
An opportunity for those contributors who are not yet ready to
present a work in practice or paper, or with an idea or project they
want to report. Flip-chart size posters will be displayed and a
session will be scheduled for reporting/discussing
ideas/projects/learning materials on one of the themes identified.

******************************************************************
Please send abstracts (500 words) electronically, if possible, to
[log in to unmask] or [log in to unmask]
Attachments in Word 98 files (or lower) or pdf format are acceptable
Papers will be selected by the conference steering group and
participants notified by end of October 2001

Deadline for submissions: Friday 28th September 2001

******************************************************************
Call for papers and booking form attached (pdf file). All
information available at http://www.cltad.ac.uk
Or contact Felix Lam tel: +44 (0)207 514 8162 fax +44 (0)207 514 6994


--
************************************************
Felix Lam
Co-ordinator, The Centre for Learning & Teaching in Art & Design (cltad)
c/o 65 Davies Street, London W1K 5DA
tel: +44 (0) 207 514 8162 (dd)
fax: +44 (0) 207 514 6994
email: [log in to unmask] or [log in to unmask]
http://www.cltad.ac.uk

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