Oslo 2013 – Design Learning for Tomorrow Reflections on the 2nd International Conference for Design Education Researchers
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The 2nd International Conference for Design Education Researchers was arranged 14-17th of May 2013 at Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences (now Oslo Metropolitan University). The thematic focus was Design Learning for Tomorrow. Design Education from Kindergarten to PhD, and it attracted 278 delegates from 43 countries. Researchers from more than 74 universities conducted a rigorous, double-blind review process of 225 full papers, from which 165 were selected for presentation at the conference and included in the four volumes of conference proceedings (Reitan et al., 2013). After the conference some papers were further developed and published in special issues of journals, including FormAkademisk; Art, Design & Communication in Higher Education; TechneA; Design and Technology Education and Studies in Material Thinking.
UtgiverThe Design Research Society
SerieProceedings of the DRS LEARN X DESIGN 2021, 6th International Conference for Design Education Researchers;Volume 1
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Berg, Arild; Stoltenberg, Einar; Reitan, Janne Beate (Peer reviewed; Chapter, 2014)Creatively treated materials from nature transform, through technological processes and design practice, into cultural objects containing function and meaning. Views on nature, culture, and technology are gradually in a ...
Enhancing design literacy for sustainability: Craft-based design for sustainability in lower secondary education in Norway Maus, Ingvill Gjerdrum (OsloMet Avhandling 2020;Nr 12, Doctoral thesis; Peer reviewed, 2020)This PhD thesis consists of three articles and the synopsis of a research project on the enhancement of lower secondary students’ design literacy for sustainability through craft-based design education. This study responds ...
Reitan, Janne Beate (Techne series : Research in sloyd education and crafts science. A;21(2), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)In this article , I explore a single case of vernacular clothing design — the practice and learning of design for contemporary Iñupiaq - Inuit clothing made by women from Kaktovik in N orth ern Alaska — and ...