What happens when design feedback moves across the digital divide?

Coralie McCormack, Mary-Jane Taylor

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    Abstract

    Critique in visual communication education is critical to the knowledge construction and learning associated with creative project outcomes. The spoken studio design critique is a firmly established practice within the design learning and teaching environments. The critique in the design education setting builds knowledge by focusing on concept clarification, and developing critical discernment and professional dialogue and presentation skills. The design education process to create visual communication outcomes is traditionally supported by the spoken critique as the primary form of feedback. Recently, it has been suggested that this universal model of the spoken face-to-face design critique has become stuck within historical boundaries. Students and teachers report that spoken design feedback remains a weak component within creative education and a strong dissatisfaction within art, architecture and design education. What happens if we move out of the traditions of face-to-face spoken design critique and cross the divide to a model of contemporary visual communication education, to digital delivery of spoken feedback? Preliminary findings suggest the advantages of the delivery of feedback via the internet as pre-recorded mp3s outweighed the disadvantages and supports the learning preferences of the m-learning generation. My doctoral thesis research entitled „Creative critique in contemporary visual communication education: effective spoken feedback on design projects using emerging interactive mobile technologies‟, will investigate the value of this boundary crossing. The presentation will expand on the preliminary findings and research approach, and seek feedback on the value of this boundary crossing.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationSites of activity / On the edge : Proceedings of the 2008 Australian Council of University Art and Design Schools Annual Conference
    EditorsKathleen Connellan
    Place of PublicationAdelaide
    Publisheronline - ACIADS 2008 Conference
    Pages1-11
    Number of pages11
    ISBN (Print)9780975836240
    Publication statusPublished - 2008
    EventAustralian Council of University Art & Design Schools - Adelaide, Australia
    Duration: 1 Oct 20083 Oct 2008

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    ConferenceAustralian Council of University Art & Design Schools
    CountryAustralia
    CityAdelaide
    Period1/10/083/10/08

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    McCormack, C., & Taylor, M-J. (2008). What happens when design feedback moves across the digital divide? In K. Connellan (Ed.), Sites of activity / On the edge : Proceedings of the 2008 Australian Council of University Art and Design Schools Annual Conference (pp. 1-11). Adelaide: online - ACIADS 2008 Conference.
    McCormack, Coralie ; Taylor, Mary-Jane. / What happens when design feedback moves across the digital divide?. Sites of activity / On the edge : Proceedings of the 2008 Australian Council of University Art and Design Schools Annual Conference . editor / Kathleen Connellan. Adelaide : online - ACIADS 2008 Conference, 2008. pp. 1-11
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    McCormack, C & Taylor, M-J 2008, What happens when design feedback moves across the digital divide? in K Connellan (ed.), Sites of activity / On the edge : Proceedings of the 2008 Australian Council of University Art and Design Schools Annual Conference . online - ACIADS 2008 Conference, Adelaide, pp. 1-11, Australian Council of University Art & Design Schools, Adelaide, Australia, 1/10/08.

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    Sites of activity / On the edge : Proceedings of the 2008 Australian Council of University Art and Design Schools Annual Conference . ed. / Kathleen Connellan. Adelaide : online - ACIADS 2008 Conference, 2008. p. 1-11.

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    McCormack C, Taylor M-J. What happens when design feedback moves across the digital divide? In Connellan K, editor, Sites of activity / On the edge : Proceedings of the 2008 Australian Council of University Art and Design Schools Annual Conference . Adelaide: online - ACIADS 2008 Conference. 2008. p. 1-11