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Lisa Hammershaimb is a Design Incubation 2019 fellow doing her doctorate in online learning. She has shared some blog post she wrote recently:

My doctorate is in distance education/online learning and my dissertation is on this topic. Here are four blog posts I wrote for the AACE review as well as an article about decentralizing the design studio. They are all pretty approachable/not too long so I hope they will be good resources for the community.



 



Virtual Studios (1): An introduction to Studios and Studio Pegagogy



http://www.aace.org/review/virtual-studios-1-an-introduction-to-studios-and-studio-pedagogy/



 



Virtual Studios (2): Practical Ways to Consider Implementing Virtual Studio Principles



http://www.aace.org/review/virtual-studios-2-practical-ways-to-consider-implementing-virtual-studio-principles/



 



Virtual Studios (3): Practical Tools to Use When Implementing Virtual Studio Principles



http://www.aace.org/review/virtual-studios-3-practical-tools-to-use-when-implementing-virtual-studio-principles/



 



Virtual Studios (4): Implementing a Virtual Studio: An Interview with Elijah Van Benschoten



http://www.aace.org/review/virtual-studios-4-implementing-a-virtual-studio-an-interview-with-elijah-van-benschoten/



 



Design for Decentralized Studio Learning



https://www.idsa.org/educationpaper/design-decentralized-studio-learning

Just a quick question, as I am developing an course in the History of Graphic Design.

What books are you currently using? I remember taking the course way back in the day and using Phillip Megg's History of Graphic Design.

 

-Mitch
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Howdy All,

Forgive me if this topic has been covered. My question is how to do you tackle student internships? Specifically I would say unpaid internships.

I am constantly getting contact for internships that are unpaid. Teaching at an HBCU my students don't have the luxury to take unpaid internships. The ones I reject right away, are the ones that have no educational value for the student. Example. A company once wanted a graphic design intern, but didn't have a graphic designer or art director on staff. Basically they just wanted a free graphic designer. 

Is this a problem in your area? How do you tackled this?

Thanks,

Mitch
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