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Examining the changing shape of the specialist studio/classroom model in Communication Design education today.

Lorraine Marshalsey


The shift from specialised studio environments to digital classroom learning has changed the shape of Communication Design education today. As networked learning and Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) continue to dominate higher education, then the purpose of this paper is to examine the impact of a repertoire of learning spaces on students’ engagement within contemporary studio learning. This study proposed that through employing a methodological framework, known as a Methods Process Model, students may be empowered to form their own strategies for learning in conventional studio and TEL classroom spaces. This paper discusses the findings from two case studies in the UK and Australia.

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