Colouring Between The Lines: The Impact of Flexible Learning Spaces on First Year Art & Design Students Attitudes to their Learning Experience with Higher Education

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Abstract

This website is part of a research project entitled ‘Colouring Between the Lines: The Impact of Flexible Learning Spaces on First Year Art & Design Students Attitudes to their Learning Experience within Higher Education’. Its purpose is to provide information on the project, encourage discussion and disseminate project resources and outputs.Current approaches to learning within art and design tertiary education have evolved as a result of a changing sector, economy and diverse student population. Traditional learning and teaching methods have been increasingly complemented with flexible learning spaces that enhance the learners experience both inside and outside the classroom. The opportunity they provide allows self-directed exploration by the student and aims to be both motivational and informative. But what do the students think?
LanguageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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  • student attitudes
  • flexible learning
  • first year students

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