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Research and enterprise in the arts allows creative practitioners, academics and students to develop connections both within and across the disciplines, pushing new knowledge to new communities.

The resulting connectivity stretches the boundaries of knowledge, creating a scholarly and creative exchange that is broad, deep and representative of new kinds of thinking and society.


So what is normal? The implications of thinking (dis)abilities for design education

So What is Normal? The Implications of Thinking (dis)abilities for Design Education

Developing educational resources which explore issues of disability in architectural and design education

Sources of Inspiration

Sources of Inspiration

How design students learn from museum collections and other sources of inspiration

Spotlight

Spotlight

A Royal College of Art initiative exploring collaborative virtual learning in design

Student Placement Programme

Student Placement Programme: Co-Learning with Museums and Archives

The Student Placement Programme investigated how Design students and tutors learn from museums

Transatlantic Divide In Design Education

Transatlantic Divide In Design Education

A comparison between British and American design education

Urban Eco-Bus Line System

Urban Eco-Bus Line System

Sustainable Provocations: Urban Eco Bus System proposals for London, 15th and 16th January 2009 - a bus stop in the wardrobe?

Using Biomechanical Data to Inform Student Learning about Chair Design

Using Biomechanical Data to Inform Student Learning about Chair Design

This arts/medicine collaborative project explores biomechanics and design in interdisciplinary undergraduate studies

Visual Pedagogy

Visual Pedagogy

A visual investigation of the physical, intellectual and emotional space in which students learn fashion menswear

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