Taylor, Andrew (2013) Experiential learning in 3D technologies : A presentation of reflective student narratives. In: School of ADA Teaching & Learning Conference 2013, 9th January 2013, University of Huddersfield. (Submitted)
Abstract

The focus is to present the final phase of a University teaching and learning funded research project.

‘Experiential learning of 3D digital technologies: A presentation of reflective student narratives.’

The aim of the session is to share my experiences of doing practitioner research in art and design education and the importance of being open to the emergence of being and things.

A research practitioner approach is introduced through which to explore the value of 3D digital technologies for Textiles/Surface Art & Design courses.

This collection of research data presents recorded phenomena which captures how a small group of final year BA (Hons) Surface Design with Fashion & Interior students, experienced beginning new directions in practice using 3D technologies for the first time.

A student-focused collection of documented data: video narrative, virtual and physical learning materials, artefacts, prototypes, and experiences have been gathered through a series of workshops and exhibitions and will be presented and reflected upon during the session.

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