Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Friday, 24/Sept/2021
12:30pm
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12:35pm
d01: Welcome
Virtual location: Ericuo
Chair: Erik Bohemia, SUAD / OsloMet
Chair: Yang Zhang, SUAD/NUA
Chair: Ning Wang, Interpreter/Shandong University of Art and Design

Lusheng Pan, SUAD President & DRS LxD.2021 General Conference Chair

Liv Merete Nielsen, Chair of the DRS LxD.2021 International Academic Organising Committee 

Interpreters: Ning WANG and Hong LIANG

12:40pm
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12:50pm
o01: Orientation
Virtual location: Ericuo
Chair: Erik Bohemia, SUAD / OsloMet
Chair: Jianglong Yu, Shandong University of Art & Design
Chair: Hong Liang, Interpreter/ Shandong University of Art & Design

Interpreters: Ning WANG and Hong LIANG

12:50pm
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1:30pm
p01: Plenary Session
Chair: Erik Bohemia, SUAD / OsloMet
Chair: Liv Merete Nielsen, OsloMet
Chair: Linlin Qiu, Interpreter/Shandong University of Art & Design
Chair: Ting Yu, Interpreter/Shandong University of Art &Design

Interpreters: Ting YU and Linlin QIU

 

Editorial: Design Learning Environments

Katja Thoring1, Nicole Lotz2, Linda Keane3

1: Anhalt University, Germany; 2: The Open University, UK; 3: The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, USA



Design Thinking to Improve Creative Problem-solving From Kindergarten to Higher Education

Úrsula Bravo1, Catalina Cortés1, Jeannette LaFors2, Andrés Téllez3, Natalia Allende4

1: Universidad del Desarrollo, Chile; 2: Kelefors Consulting, USA; 3: Appalachian State University, USA; 4: Design for Change, Chile



Empowering Critical Design Literacy

Eva Lutnæs

Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway



Introduction: Collaboration in Design Education Theoretical and Methodological Frameworks for Learning Through and From Partnerships

Naz A G Z Börekçi, Fatma Korkut, Gülay Hasdoğan

Middle East Technical University



Sketching & Drawing Education and Knowledge

Bryan F. Howell1, Jan Willem Hoftijzer2, Mauricio Novoa Munoz3, Mark Sypesteyn2, Rik de Reuver4

1: Brigham Young University, United States of America; 2: Technical University of Delft; 3: Western Sydney University; 4: MODYN Design Agency

1:30pm
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1:35pm
o02: Orientation
Virtual location: Ericuo
Chair: Erik Bohemia, SUAD / OsloMet
Chair: Jianglong Yu, Shandong University of Art & Design
Chair: Ning Wang, Interpreter/Shandong University of Art and Design
Chair: Hong Liang, Interpreter/ Shandong University of Art & Design

Interpreters: Ning WANG and Hong LIANG

1:35pm
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2:00pm
Chinese Zodiac 01: Introduction of Chinese Zodiac Designs
Virtual location: Ewei
Chair: Peiyuan Zhang, Shandong University of Art & Design
Chair: Hong Liang, Interpreter/ Shandong University of Art & Design

It's interesting that the traditional China has 12 Chinese zodiacs,namely rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, Chinese dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, rooster, dog and pig. Those animal signs are a 12-year cycle used for dating the years. They represent a cyclical concept of time, rather than the linear concept of time. The Chinese lunar calendar is based on the cycles of the moon, and is constructed in a different fashion than the solar calendar. Every year is assigned an animal sign according to a repeating cycle from Rat to Pig.

Interpreter: Hong LIANG

Design Education in China 01: Professor Sun Lei will introduce how the design education is arranged at SUAD and in China, Q&A
Virtual location: Liaoning
Chair: Lei Sun, Shandong University of Art and Design
Chair: Shan Gao, Interpreter/Shandong University of Art & Design

Meet with scholars from the Design Programmes in China to find out how is Design Education organised in Chinese Universities

Interpreters: Shan GAO and Xingfu WANG

Exercise 01: Master Ms. Feng Yujuan will demonstrate the traditional stretching exercise: Baduanjin
Virtual location: Ericuo
Chair: Jianglong Yu, Shandong University of Art & Design
Chair: Ning Wang, Interpreter/Shandong University of Art and Design

This traditional Chinese exercise has been in existence for more than eight hundred years.  Because of its effectiveness for keeping fit, it was accepted by Shaolin monks as one of the basic entering level exercises for Shaolin Kunfu. The Eight-Section Brocade is an ideal life time exercise for most people. It is especially recommended for people who work at desks every day. Regular practice of this exercise can strengthen one's internal organs as well as one's muscles and tendons.

The participants will learn 8 movements

Interpreters: Ning WANG

Museum 01: SUAD collection show
Virtual location: I-hsien
Chair: Yuan Tian, Shandong University of Art & Design

SUAD museum is composed of Sun Changlin Art Museum and Oriental Chinese Crafts Museum. Its collection consists of ancient and modern ceramics and stone Buddha statues, traditional folk life utensils, toys, Chinese New Year pictures, embroideries etc.

Tea Ceremony: Demonstration by the Tea Master Ms.Yumei Yang
Virtual location: Anhui
Chair: Li Jie, Shandong University of Art&Design
Chair: Xingfu Wang, Interpreter/Shandong University of Art & Design
Chair: Arild Berg, OsloMet - Oslo Metropolitan University
The Chinese people, in their drinking of tea, place much significance on the act of "savoring." "Savoring tea" is not only a way to discern good tea from mediocre tea, but also how people take delight in their reverie and in tea-drinking itself. Snatching a bit of leisure from a busy schedule, making a kettle of strong tea, securing a serene space, and serving and drinking tea by yourself can help banish fatigue and frustration, improve your thinking ability and inspire you with enthusiasm. You may also imbibe it slowly in small sips to appreciate the subtle allure of tea-drinking, until your spirits soar up and up into a sublime aesthetic realm. Buildings, gardens, ornaments and tea sets are the elements that form the ambience for savoring tea. A tranquil, refreshing, comfortable and neat locale is certainly desirable for drinking tea. Chinese gardens are well known in the world and beautiful Chinese landscapes are too numerous to count. Teahouses tucked away in gardens and nestled...
 
2:00pm
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3:00pm
01/1: Track | Design Thinking to Improve Creative Problem-solving: From Kindergarten to Higher Education
Virtual location: Usuli
Chair: Jeannette LaFors, Kelefors Consulting
Chair: Catalina Cortes, Universidad del Desarrollo
Chair: Ting Yu, Interpreter/Shandong University of Art &Design
Chair: Linlin Qiu, Interpreter/Shandong University of Art & Design

select the session's title to access the submissions’ abstracts and files

Interpreters: Ting YU and Linlin QIU

 
2:00pm - 2:20pm

End Users in Students’ Participatory Design Process

Noora Bosch, Pirita Seitamaa-Hakkarainen, Tellervo Härkki

University of Helsinki, Finland



2:20pm - 2:40pm

Integrating Design Thinking into STEAM Education: The Design of STEAM Education Platform and Course Based on Creativity Elements

Xuejiao Yin1, Shumeng Hou1, Qingxuan Chen2

1: Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen, China; 2: The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen



2:40pm - 3:00pm

Inclusive education driven by design: The case of a graduate seminar course

Úrsula Bravo, Maritza Rivera

Universidad del Desarrollo, Chile

02/1: Empowering Critical Design Literacy
Virtual location: Ewei
Chair: Siri Homlong, Konstfack University of Arts, Crafts and Design
Chair: Karen Braenne, Volda University College

to access submissions’ abstracts and files please select the session's title

 

Experiencing Sustainable Fashion: Have Fun and Feel Clever. A Case Study for Critical Design Literacy

Hanna Hofverberg1, Ninitha Maivorsdotter2

1: Malmö University, Sweden; 2: Högskolan i Skövde, Sweden



Framing students’ reflective interactions based on photos

Marije ten Brink1,2, Frank M. Nack3, Ben A. M. Schouten1,2

1: Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands; 2: Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands; 3: University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands



Critical design literacy through reflection in design

Ingvill Gjerdrum Maus

Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway

04/1: Collaboration in Design Education
Virtual location: Nanzhangcheng
Chair: Naz A G Z Börekçi, Middle East Technical University
Chair: Fatma Korkut, Middle East Technical Univ.

to access submissions’ abstracts and files please select the session's title

 
2:00pm - 2:20pm

Towards Radical Synergy for More Just & Equitable Futures

Audrey Bennett, Ron Eglash, Roland Graf, Deepa Butoyila, Keesa Johnson, Jenn Low, Andréia Rocha

University of Michigan, United States of America



2:20pm - 2:40pm

A format to bridge the transition from university to work. Insights from the Product-Service System Design Tour development.

Andrea Taverna, Daniela De Sainz Molestina

Politecnico di Milano



2:40pm - 3:00pm

Tutors’ Perspectives on NPO Collaboration in Industrial Design Education

Zeynep Yalman-Yıldırım, Gülay Hasdoğan

Middle East Technical University

07/1: Sketching & Drawing Education and Knowledge
Virtual location: I-hsien
Chair: Bryan Howell, Brigham Young University
Chair: Mauricio Novoa Munoz, Western Sydney University
Chair: Shan Gao, Interpreter/Shandong University of Art & Design

to access submissions’ abstracts and files please select the session's title

Interpreter:Shan GAO

 

Exploring the Experiential Reading Differences between Visual and Written Research Papers

Bryan Howell1, Asa Jackson1, Henry Lee2, Julienne DeVita2, Rebekah Rawlings1

1: Brigham Young University, United States of America; 2: Parsons, The New School, United States of America



Sketchnoting Experience of First-Year Students

Verena Natalie Paepcke-Hjeltness, Annaka Ketterer, Ella Kannegiesser, Madeline Keough, Tory Meeks, Ayla Schiller

Iowa State University, United States of America



Online Comprehensive Teaching on Digital Hand-drawing Taking the course of “Hand-drawn Design Expression” as an example

Ming Zhu

Shandong University of Art and Design, China, People's Republic of

08/1: Track | Design Learning Environments
Virtual location: Ericuo
Chair: Nicole Lotz, The Open University
Chair: Linda Nelson Keane, FAIA, NOMA, School of the Art Institute of Chicago

to access submissions’ abstracts and files please select the session's title

InterpretersShan GAO and Xingfu WANG

 

Unlocking wellbeing-affordances in elementary schools initiated by a "natural experiment" caused by Covid-19.

Ruth Stevens, Ann Petermans, Jan Vanrie

Hasselt University, Belgium



Effects of Certain Selected Stimuli in the Physical School Environment on Learning and Behavior

Anne P. Taylor

School Zone Institute, United States of America

10/1: Track | Design Educators as Change Agents
Virtual location: Liaoning
Chair: Yang Zhang, Shandong University of Art and Design; Nanjing University of the Arts
Chair: Yang Zhang, SUAD/NUA
Chair: Xiang Xia, Nanjing University of the Arts

to access submissions’ abstracts and files please select the session's title

Interpreters: Ning WANG and Hong LIANG

 

Teaching values in design: a case study about how teachers enable students to go from knowledge to action

Elisabet Nilsson, Anne-Marie Skriver Hansen

Malmö University, Sweden



Mash Maker: Improvisation for student studios

Ryan Slone, Bree McMahon

University of Arkansas, United States of America



Transformative teaching practice through a design thinking approach in social settings: A Reflection on the delivery of a design research methods module in a graphic design programme at undergraduate level

Janey Deng Klingelfuss1, Markus Klingelfuss2

1: University of Chester, United Kingdom; 2: The Manchester College (Novus Education), United Kingdom

3:00pm
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3:15pm
Exercise 02: Master Ms. Feng Yujuan will demonstrate the traditional stretching exercise: Baduanjin
Virtual location: Ericuo
Chair: Jianglong Yu, Shandong University of Art & Design
Chair: Hong Liang, Interpreter/ Shandong University of Art & Design
Chair: Ning Wang, Interpreter/Shandong University of Art and Design

This traditional Chinese exercise has been in existence for more than eight hundred years.  Because of its effectiveness for keeping fit, it was accepted by Shaolin monks as one of the basic entering level exercises for Shaolin Kunfu. The Eight-Section Brocade is an ideal life time exercise for most people. It is especially recommended for people who work at desks every day. Regular practice of this exercise can strengthen one's internal organs as well as one's muscles and tendons.

The participants will learn 8 movements

Interpreters: Ning WANG and Hong LIANG

Green Tea: Unmoderated Chat Room -- share your favourite tea recipe...
Virtual location: Nanzhangcheng
Chair: Lilyana Yazirlıoğlu, TED University
Chair: Yashar Kardar, Middle East Technical University

come and join for a chit chat

Music 01: Traditional Chinese music break
Virtual location: I-hsien
Chair: Wei Zhang, Shandong University of Art&Design

you may like to relax while listening traditional Chinese instruments

Ms. Wei Zhang will be your DJ

3:15pm
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4:15pm
01/1w: Workshop Track | Design Thinking to Improve Creative Problem-solving: From Kindergarten to Higher Education
Virtual location: Usuli
Chair: Catalina Cortes, Universidad del Desarrollo
Chair: Úrsula Bravo, Universidad del Desarrollo
Chair: Ting Yu, Interpreter/Shandong University of Art &Design
Chair: Linlin Qiu, Interpreter/Shandong University of Art & Design

to see the workshop's outline, select the session's title

Interpreters: Ting YU and Linlin QIU

 
3:15pm - 4:15pm

FIDS for Kids: Empowering Children through Design

Natalia Allende1,3, Ruthie Sobel Luttenberg2,3

1: Design for Change Chile; 2: Design for Change Israel; 3: Design for Change Global Inc

03/1w: Workshop Track: Alternative Problem Framing in Design Education: Moving Beyond ‘Pain-Points’
Virtual location: Ewei
Chair: Lesley-Ann Noel, North Carolina State University
Chair: Sucharita Beniwal, National Institute of Design

NOTE: the workshop is limited to 20 participants

to see the workshop’s outline select the session title

 
3:15pm - 4:15pm

Tilting to Transform. Sensorial problem-framing

Noemi Sadowska, Tara Hanrahan

London College of Communication, University of the Arts London, United Kingdom

07/2wa: Workshop: Track 07 | Sketching & Drawing Education and Knowledge
Virtual location: I-hsien
Chair: Bryan Howell, Brigham Young University
Chair: JanWillem Hoftijzer, Delft Univ. of Technology

to see the workshop's outline, select the session's title

NOTE: this is the first part of the workshop, the second part is schedule here

 
3:15pm - 4:15pm

New Immersive Workflows for Design and Production (session 1 of 2)

Mauricio Novoa1, Wenwen Zhang2, Jose Manuel Rodriguez Diaz3, Bryan Howell4, Jan Willem Hoftijzer3

1: Western Sydney; 2: University of Canterbury; 3: Technical University of Delft; 4: Brigham Young University, United States of America

08/1w: Workshop: Design Learning Environments
Virtual location: Ericuo
Chair: Linda Nelson Keane, FAIA, NOMA, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Chair: Nicole Lotz, The Open University

to see the workshop’s outline, select the session title

NOTE: the workshop is limited to 20 participants

 
3:15pm - 4:15pm

The leftovers of participation; identifying the value of interaction-based design experiences

Andrea Wilkinson1,2, Steven Lenaers1,3

1: LUCA School of Arts, Belgium; 2: Thomas More University of Applied Sciences; 3: Hasselt University

10/1w: Workshop: Design Educators as Change Agents
Virtual location: Liaoning
Chair: Yang Zhang, Shandong University of Art and Design; Nanjing University of the Arts
Chair: Ziyuan Wang, CAFA
Chair: Hong Liang, Interpreter/ Shandong University of Art & Design
Chair: Ning Wang, Interpreter/Shandong University of Art and Design

to see the workshop’s outline select the session title

NOTE: the workshop is limited to 48 participants. The participants will work in teams of four.

Interpreters: Ning WANG and Hong LIANG

 
3:15pm - 4:15pm

Design Educators as Change Agents in RE-Designing Education

Robin Vande Zande

Kent State University, United States of America

 
4:15pm
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4:30pm
h01a: How was your day?
Virtual location: Usuli
Chair: Úrsula Bravo, Universidad del Desarrollo
Chair: Linlin Qiu, Interpreter/Shandong University of Art & Design
Chair: Ting Yu, Interpreter/Shandong University of Art &Design

meet with the Track Design Thinking to Improve Creative Problem-solving: From Kindergarten to Higher Education

Interpreters: Ting YU and Linlin QIU

h01b: How was your day?
Virtual location: Ewei
Chair: Lesley-Ann Noel, North Carolina State University

meet with the Track Alternative Problem Framing in Design Education: Moving Beyond ‘Pain-Points’ chair

h01c: How was your day?
Virtual location: I-hsien
Chair: Bryan Howell, Brigham Young University

meet with the Track Sketching & Drawing Education and Knowledge chair

h01d: How was your day?
Virtual location: Ericuo
Chair: Eva Lutnæs, Oslo Metropolitan University
Chair: Shan Gao, Interpreter/Shandong University of Art & Design

meet with the Track Empowering Critical Design Literacy chair

InterpretersShan GAO and Xingfu WANG

h01e: How was your day?
Virtual location: Liaoning
Chair: Yang Zhang, SUAD/NUA

meet with the Track Design Educators as Change Agents chair

Interpreters: Ning WANG and Hong LIANG

 

 
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