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As Good as Face to Face? Facing the Challenge of Teaching Design History Online to Design Degree Students
 

As Good as Face to Face? Facing the Challenge of Teaching Design History Online to Design Degree Students

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This presentation focuses on the use of Blackboard Learn™ to teach design history to entry-level design degree students (250-300 a semester). The teaching methods include a holistic approach that ...

This presentation focuses on the use of Blackboard Learn™ to teach design history to entry-level design degree students (250-300 a semester). The teaching methods include a holistic approach that involves shaping Blackboard Learn into a visually engaging and lively interactive environment that makes use of the Discussion Board for online tutorials involving discussion, learning tasks, and assessment activities. A team teaching approach for over 10 years has produced a large body of experience and student feedback that this presentation will draw on. While wary of the effectiveness of Blackboard Learn and teaching online for entry-level undergraduates, our experiences indicate there are many benefits and that we are able to offer students a rich learning experience that is as good or better than the traditional face to face approach.

Swinburne University at Blackboard Teaching & Learning Conference 2013 Melbourne

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