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PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH WITH REFUGEES – CAN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN ENGINEERS IMPLICITLY COPE WITH SOCIAL DESIGN PROBLEMS?

Bobbe, Tina; Wölfel, Christian; Krzywinski, Jens // 2017

In a rapidly and radically changing world, there are more and new complex problems, technical but also social and societal ones. Due to that change, the understanding of design has developed and design...

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BEYOND LAMPSHADES – TEACHING UPCYCLING IN A MEANINGFUL WAY

Ebbert, Christopher Michael (1); Rexfelt, Oskar (2); Ordońez, Isabel (2) // 2017

Upcycling reuses waste materials to create products of higher quality/value. While upcycling is commonly described as important from a sustainability perspective and frequently appear as a theme in design...

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RESULTS FROM CROSS-FERTILIZATION OF COURSES FOR IMPROVED STUDENT LEARNING

Normark, Jörgen; Öhrling, Therese; Hĺkansson, Anders // 2017

This paper describes results from the development of two new industrial design courses in order to improve student learning in both practical and theoretical skills. Practical skills, such as model making...

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THE POSITIVE EFFECT OF A MORPHOLOGICAL APPROACH ON DESIGN TEAM COOPERATION

Zeiler, Wim // 2017

The increasing complexity of design makes it necessary to consider different ways to design projects. In connection with the Integral design research project for professional in the Dutch building industry,...

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COMBINING ONLINE COURSES, METHOD PORTAL AND ONLINE EXERCISES FOR EDUCATION IN ENGINEERING DESIGN

Bavendiek, Ann-Kathrin; Ring, Tobias; Inkermann, David; Vietor, Thomas; Langer, Sabine C. // 2017

The education of future engineers is a challenging task. The altering requirements regarding engineering design (ED) graduates demand for adapting teaching and learning concepts. One possible way to cope...

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CULTURE SENSITIVE CONTEXTMAPPING: DISCOVERING THE STRENGTHS OF EASTERN AND WESTERN PARTICIPANTS

Hao, Chen; van Boeijen, Annemiek; Stappers, Pieter Jan // 2017

Contextmapping - a set of generative design techniques, used by designers to understand the context of their intended users - has been used successfully over a decade with Western participants, both in...

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PLAY LAB: CREATING SOCIAL VALUE THROUGH COMPETENCY AND CHALLENGE-BASED LEARNING

Acuńa, Alejandro; Maya, Mariana; Britton, Ella; García, Mariano // 2017

Play Lab was created by the School of Design and Architecture (EDA) in Tecnológico de Monterrey campus Querétaro, as part of a pilot education model called Semester i. Play Lab aims to bring industrial...

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A 21ST CENTURY APPROACH TO TEACHING ENGINEERING MECHANICS

Smit, Mark Jacobus; Persaud, Stefan Maxim // 2017

In product design engineering education, classes in engineering mechanics are often difficult, unrewarding and unsatisfying for both students and lecturers. Within the Product Design Engineering program...

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PLANTING THE SEEDS OF FUTURE MECHANICAL DESIGN ENGINEERS – LEARNING SKILLS

Üreten, Selin; Krause, Dieter; Beckmann, Gregor // 2017

The learning process of students in mechanical engineering is accompanied with various challenges. A gap in students’ fundamental learning abilities, such as learning competences and self-organisation...

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SYSTEMATIC COOPERATION FOR IMPROVED PRACTICE IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS’ DESIGN EDUCATION IN THE ARTS AND CRAFTS SUBJECT

Brodshaug, Irene; Reitan, Janne Beate // 2017

This paper focuses on communities of practice and educational development with design education in the subject of Arts and Crafts in primary and lower secondary schools in Norway. In part, this study is...

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HOW ELDERLY PEOPLE EXPERIENCE VIDEOS IN MOOCS

Nishchyk, Anna; Sanderson, Norun Christine; Chen, Weiqin // 2017

Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are becoming increasingly popular. They give people an opportunity to take courses for free and learn at their own pace, thus making education more accessible for all,...

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HOW LIGHTING DYNAMICS CREATE SOCIAL INTERACTIVE GAME

Atighi Lorestani, Elham; Khalili, Maryam // 2017

By entering preschool age, children’s understanding of the world increase significantly and their interactive worlds extend excessively. This will impact not only their social connections but also their...

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EITHER/OR: REFLECTING DESIGN THESIS ORIENTATION

Soares, Liliana (1,2); Aparo, Ermanno (1,2); Moreira da Silva, Fernando (3) // 2017

Thesis orientation fuels a global debate across the fields of design education. Considering Design a production agent for contemporaneity, design’s expression redefines it and increases its territories....

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RESPONSIBLE CREATIVITY IN DESIGN EDUCATION

Lutnćs, Eva // 2017

Creativity is a key concept in the scientific discourse of design education. Conducting a word search, the concepts ‘creative’ and/or ‘creativity’ featured 128 of the 165 papers published at the DRS//CUMULUS...

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NARROWING THE GAP BETWEEN GENERAL DESIGN EDUCATION AND HIGHER EDUCATION IN DESIGN

Fauske, Laila Belinda // 2017

This paper illuminates the 13-year run for general design education, which developed in response to the art and design education community’s ability to build an academic community originating in practice...

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’HANDS ON’: A DESIGN PROJECT FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE

Dybvik, Jeanette Helleberg; Berg, Lise.Kari // 2017

This paper is a contribution to design education for the general public. Primary school teaching students at Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences (HIOA) have executed design tasks with...

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DEVELOPING CO(DESIGN) PROCESS AND TOOLS TO INNOVATE EDUCATION THROUGH DIGITAL DO IT YOURSELF

Bruno, Carmen; Canina, Maria Rita // 2017

The current societal trend of digitally enabled self-production (i.e. digital Do-It-Yourself) is emblematic of the contemporary and diffuse attitude to make and create. It also reflects the new attitude...

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CULTURE SENSITIVE DESIGN EDUCATION – THE BEST OF ALL WORLDS

van Boeijen, Annemiek; Sonneveld, Marieke; Hao, Chen // 2017

In architecture, the main pedagogical challenge lies in the gap between what is and what should be taught in design studios. What is appropriate material for inspiring fledgling architects to move beyond...

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ADVANCING COMMUNITY DESIGN EDUCATION

Borhani, Alireza; Kalantar, Negar // 2017

In architecture, the main pedagogical challenge lies in the gap between what is and what should be taught in design studios. What is appropriate material for inspiring fledgling architects to move beyond...

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HANDLE DIAMETER AND THE INFLUENCE ON THE ERGONOMICS OF CRUTCHES

Bertolaccini, Guilherme da Silva (1); Vasquez, Melissa Marin (1); Bianchi, Ana Carolina (1); Sandes, Frode Eika (2,3); Paschoarelli, Luis Carlos (1); Medola, Fausto Orsi (1) // 2017

The research in the field of ergonomics can contribute to the design process of Assistive Technologies using objective and subjective data measurements. The auxiliary crutches are assistive devices commonly...

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UNIVERSAL DESIGN IN THE TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION CURRICULUM: EXPERIENCES FROM NORWAY

Sandnes, Frode Eika; Eika, Evelyn // 2017

In recent decades the engineering and technology education curriculum has changed from being purely technical oriented towards being more socially aware. In addition, to adequately master technologies...

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UNIVERSAL DESIGN EDUCATION: BRAZILIAN STUDENTS REFLECTIONS AND THEIR ENVIRONMENT

Libânio, Cláudia de Souza (1,2); Amaral, Fernando Gonçalves (1); Migowski, Sérgio Almeida (3,4) // 2017

The seven principles of universal design are based on equitable use, flexibility of use, simplicity and intuitive use, noticeable information, error tolerance, low physical effort and size and space for...

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BEYOND DESIGN THINKING-WHOSE PERSPECTIVE IS DRIVING THE PEOPLE-CENTRIC APPROACH TO CHANGE

Berglund, Anders (1); Leifer, Larry (2) // 2017

This research paper attempts to position fundamental principles of design thinking within a framework of problem-solving theory. The roles that are assumed in a co-creation community, team or workplace,are...

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MAKERIET: A NORWEGIAN UNIVERSITY MAKERSPACE

Güler, Evin (1); Mirtaheri, Peyman (1); Andersson, Anders-Petter (2); Gjřvaag, Terje (1) // 2017

In this paper, we review the existing state of current Norwegian university makerspaces, and what is unique and common to all of them. The participating makerspaces will help discover the impacts they...

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‘SISTERS ARE DOING IT FOR THEMSELVES?: EXPLORING GENDER IN IRISH PRODUCT DESIGN EDUCATION'

McMahon, Muireann; Kiernan, Louise // 2017

Good design is gender neutral, as should be the design process that underpins it. However achieving equality in the design process is difficult as female product/industrial designers1 are underrepresented...

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