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Latest publications:
Assessment of Novelty for Intellectual Property with Implications for Design Education: A Case Study

Findings to date have shown that design students are not able to fully understand assessment criteria and attribution because they have not been taught how to value novelty.

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Published Online: September 1, 2016

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Meaning, Concept, and Design Thinking: The Implication of Symbolic Interactionism for Design Education

This study, based on Blumer’s symbolic interaction framework, explores the process in which entry-level interior design students learn about design concept in relation to the meanings they ascribe to objects.

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Published Online: August 4, 2016

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Reflection: Experience, Provocative Thought, and Action in Architectural Education

This article considers reflection, in its numerous forms, as an opportunity to enhance learning about deign by deliberately connecting experience to provocative thought and action.

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Published Online: August 4, 2016

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An Accelerated Initiatory Learning Experience for Undergraduate Students in an Apparel Design Portfolio Class

This study outlines the creation of "The Carrie Project," an authentic collaborative learning opportunity lasting twenty days, developed to engage students in the design process and to refine their skills.

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Published Online: July 6, 2016

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Digital Drawing Tablets for Design Communication: Focus on Apparel and Interior Design Studios

This pedagogical project incorporates the use of pen-based digital drawing tools in two design studios and assesses their impact on student perceptions of technical and aesthetic quality of digital drawings.

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Published Online: July 6, 2016

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Collaborative Learning in Design Education: The Value of Collaboration and Collective Experience in Team Projects

This paper synthesizes research from the design and psychology fields to make a case for the use of student collaborative teams in design education.

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Published Online: May 26, 2016

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The Academic Growth in Service Learning

This study reported the learning experience of graduate students who designed Web sites as service-learning projects for local community organizations.

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Published Online: May 26, 2016

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Little Changes of Life: A Design Practice to Motivate Behavioral Change

This paper proposes Fogg’s FBM theory as design strategy to motivate behavior changes in a design student practice project that promotes little changes in daily life.

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Published Online: May 6, 2016

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An Emerging Community-engaged Paradigm in Architectural and Design Education

This research focuses on community-engaged paradigm as a new form of architectural and design education to formulate an alternative mode of interdisciplinary knowledge generation.

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Published Online: May 5, 2016

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Internship in Architecture and Interior Design Education: Planning and Implementing an Internship at PNU—A Case Study

This research documents and analyzes a case study of planning an internship for interior design students in architectural firms in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

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Published Online: May 5, 2016

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