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Title: The Transient Spaces of Studio Learning: Building a Theory of Online Studio Pedagogy in Graphic Design Education
Authors: Hammershaimb, Lisa
Supervisor(s): Siemens, George
Examining Committee: Dron, Jon
Spann, Catherine
Campbell, Katy
Degree: Doctor of Education (EdD) in Distance Education
Department: Centre for Distance Education
Keywords: Studio pedagogy
Graphic design
Studio learning
Online studio
Graphic design education
Grounded theory
Issue Date: 19-Apr-2018
Abstract: This research study sought to create a theory describing how graphic design educators are using the internet to augment and extend studio pedagogy in graphic design education. The Replication-Collaboration Continuum, the theory that resulted from this study, can aid future design educators in decision-making about potential course delivery options. This study used grounded theory methodology and gathered data through solo interviews, focus groups, and memos. Research participants were graphic design educators located around the world. This study contributed to the general body of knowledge on graphic design studio pedagogy and addressed specifically how studio pedagogy, a phenomenon traditionally enacted in a face-to-face setting, has been translated to an online environment.
Graduation Date: Jun-2018
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10791/257
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