This article explores the importance of the group critique in arts education and how it is evolving through the digital age citing the development of the College of Arts Digital Crit Room at the University of Lincoln. By Gyles Lingwood (Director of Education – College of Arts) – Staff Profile &Kerry Pinny (Senior Academic Technologist – University ofabout .
By Stephen Fisher (Learning Adviser – Digital Media & Design) – Staff Profile With the popularisation of mobile phones and on the go media, why is it that classroom-based education is somewhat reluctant to change? We can access help, support and tutorials at any time of the day and night yet education, as with many jobs,about .
In March 2017, I delivered a seminar to a group of thirteen first year Fine Art students at Lincoln whose specific intended learning outcomes related to students being able to understand and describe key concepts relating to humour within the field of contemporary art practice; discuss effective communication skills using e-technology; and develop effective argumentative skills. I trialled using TitanPad for the first time in my teaching, as a development of my existing usage of Textwall (which I previously effectively used with the same group of students in a previous seminar).