Integrating Design Education Beyond 2000

Integrating Design Education Beyond 2000

By: Paul Childs (author)Hardback

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Promoting the design aspect of engineering beyond the field Design is an integral part of engineering, but its utility extends far beyond the engineering function. Advanced design skills are more than just form and function they lend a different perspective and a highly productive approach to problem-solving. Integrating Design Education Beyond 2000 shows how design education benefits a broad variety of fields, and how design professionals from all industries can come together to share information, successful practices, and innovative ideas.


Part 1 Globalization: design and globalization - the role of the designer in relation to questions of cultural diversity, M.M. Ono. Part 2 Information technology: the impact of information and communication technologies on design teaching, C. McMahon; using the Internet to manage an undergraduate interdisciplinary design course, R. Cloutman and M. Yang; collaborative engineering experiences, P.A.M. van Kollenburg et al; CSCW in industry and education - cross sectoral lessons, A.I. Thomson et al; Internet learning, M. Howarth. Part 3 Visualization and virtual reality: the virtual design educator - realistic or optimistic? an approach to teaching design virtually, E. Jay et al. Part 4 Modelling and simulation: modelling and design intent, W.F. Gaughran. Part 5 Time compression: teaching of concurrent engineering - a case study, J.-F. Petiot and F.-O. Martin; teaching time, D.A. Holland. Part 6 Rapid product development: integrated education and the rapid product development sector, L.E.J. Styger; rapid design and manufacture - its role in the acquisition of professional artistry and judgement, G. Green. Part 7 Merging design cultures: the need by industry for practical skills in design education, K.L. Edwards; design futures - future designers, P.A. Rodgers and A.I. Milton; design - education and practice - closing the divide, M.A.C. Evatt; intergating the teaching of engineering science and design, D. Cole; profiling the prospective engineering design student, J.B. Wood and T. Chambers; multi-disciplinary projects produce more effective graduates, M. Lewis; "the Karlsruhe model" - a successful approach to an academic education in industrial product development, A. Albers et al; environment in engineering education - new approaches to curricula content, I.P. Solomonides and A.R. Crisp; inside out and outside in - taking product design education into the real world and bringing the real world into product design education, M. Wilkinson et al; KBE research, practice and education - meeting the design challenge, P.J. Lovett et al; user-centred design research methods - the designer's perspective, A. Bruseberg and D. McDonagh-Philp; design realization - a vital skill for product design students, C. Dowlen and D. Cook; reducing the risk - a partnership between academia and a small to medium enterprise, G. Torrens et al. Part 8 Sustainable development: suppliers to multinationals -opportunities for increasing manufacturing capabilities in less-developed countries, E.E. Cahua et al; ecodesign, J. Lloveras. Part 9 Design education philosophy and practice: the spectrum of design culture, C. Ledsome; creativity in engineering education, P. Jarvis and K. Hauser; a problem-based learning approach to the formation of electronic design engineers, D. King and R. Shuttleworth; introducing interplays between product, process and supply chains to engineering undergraduates, A. McKay et al; innovation, design and CAE in new product development, H. Gill and E. Unver;

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  • ISBN13: 9781860582653
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 328
  • ID: 9781860582653
  • weight: 892
  • ISBN10: 1860582656

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