Design as Human Interface – Experiential learning…
Experiential learning, embodied knowledge and the politics of research
Focusing on design-led research skills, knowledge and understanding with cross-disciplinary applicability this one day workshop, part of a series of AHRC-funded events comprising the Design as Human Interface series, will incorporate creative economy leadership training for postgraduate students, Doctoral students and early-career researchers at UCA, NUCA and CREST institutions. Workshop 2 will examine:
- The role of the human sensorium in design and cognate areas
- The role of tacit knowledge and strategies for communicating, translating and applying it
- The social construction of reality (and its creative sibling)
- Semiotics, ideology and critical discourse
Further information will follow shortly. In the meantime, please email the CREST Research Network Coordinator to express an interest in attending.