Presentation of SLTI Funded Collaborative Research Project 2017-18: ‘Digital Pedagogy for Interdisciplinary Critical Creative Practice: student centred teaching and learning models’ Talk – Research Lead and Speaker: Solent Learning and Teaching Community Conference 2018, ‘In Pursuit of Excellence: embedding ‘best practice’ through curriculum review’. Solent University.

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Digital pedagogy for interdisciplinary critical creative practice: student centred teaching and learning
models (Seed funded project)
Amber Lamonby-Pennie, School of Art, Design and Fashion
Dr Mohammed Al-Husban, School of Media Arts and Technology
My research focuses on curriculum development and creative pedagogies for post-digital Creative HE
Education; primarily on the relationship of theory to practice and how contemporary culture is being
redefined through human computer interaction. This research project involved the tracking of
consenting MA students at Solent University and Kingston University, London, to gather original
qualitative data that focused on how MA students create their own digital narratives, learning
behaviours, internet usage patterns and innovative creative practices. Research evidences how this
occurs and explores pedagogic models that reflect the needs of creative students working within
digital convergent culture.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDialogue Journal
PublisherSouthampton Solent University
Publication statusPublished - 22 Jun 2018


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