McCullagh, Joseph Felix and De Freitas, Marcia (2005) Designing an interactive e-learning course, which focuses on the autonomous learner and the multimodal learner within art and design. In: International Conferences on Learning and Teaching with Technology in Art Design & Communication, 14-16th September 2005, University of Arts, London. (Unpublished)

This project aims to establish a range of principles and synthesized theories that investigate the effective use of interactive e-learning within an art and design context. This project originated in a new initiative in the School of Art and Design at Nottingham Trent University whereby an MA research student developed the project in collaboration with an academic staff member. We built on the experiences of e-learning established by these two key members. It acknowledges the experiences of pedagogic art and design research already developed in the school, which explored methodologies for learning, teaching and assessment and learning to learn. This project takes a proactive collaborative approach working with relevant technical, administrative and academic staff.

This project emerges out of ‘The PI.E. Foundation’ © Joe F McCullagh 2003. An initiative, that sets out to ‘provide interactive experiences and education’ for students and staff. The foundation was established to develop autonomous learners within teaching and learning

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