TLISI 2022: Conversations Around "Learning, Design, and Technology" as Means of Discovering Interdisciplinary Connections and Forming a Method for Future Student-Driven Projects
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This project was aimed to understand how concepts of learning, design, and technology are considered among different disciplines in higher education. How might a generative research and conservation approach as this create a space for faculty to develop their own design thinking? How might this project be adapted for students to create their own program pathways to reflect on their learning and practice in a program similar to a Learning, Design, and Technology program?
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