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  1. In conjunction with a CAA session on design history pedagogy that Victoria Pass and I co-chaired this week in Chicago, I have created a website called Design History Teaching Resources that I'm hoping can become a helpful resource for people teaching in the field of design history. I have started adding content, but it is based only on what I have in my own experience, and I would like to invite submissions from anyone on the DSF list who has useful content they are willing to contribute. If you have a successful syllabus, assignment brief, or activity prompt you are willing to share with coll
  2. We recently published a white paper on best practices when developing an abstract. This is especially useful for submissions to a conference, journal, or other academic publication where you would be presenting, writing, or discussing your thoughts about design research and practice. https://designincubation.com/category/publications/white-papers/ It is an easy-to-read guide that breaks down the structure and purpose of each element of an academic abstract. It is a go-to document that makes easy the work of developing your ideas succinctly. Please use and share with your colleagues a
  3. Hi everyone, I've initiated a series of book projects and am looking for some objective advice and constructive criticism – or otherwise, some sort of review or mentorship – that could also result in some request for contributing articles, interviews, and case studies. The book projects are framed academically and progress knowledge and research (my own and others) in the domain of municipal/community branding and storytelling. The composition of the books will largely be 50% logo inventory, 15% interviews, 15% articles, and 20% case studies – depending on the length of each book, of
  4. I apologize in advance for stealing this content from https://educators.aiga.org/design-research-resources-journals/ I know it existed on their website, but I couldn't find it, and in my fear that it gets lost permanently, I reposted the information here... Resources re: Design Research and Scholarship ORGANIZATIONS THAT FOSTER OR SUPPORT DESIGN RESEARCH AND SCHOLARSHIP: Many of these host peer-reviewed conferences and publish their conferences’ proceedings. Som
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