John Spencer – who recently stepped down as an external examiner at a leading university – on why he thinks universities are failing design students and how industry-backed social enterprises
The game involves using objects from the museums’ biomedical collections to treat a sick creature called Gen.
Digital teaching and eduction platform Generation Global has been rebuilt and redesigned with new learning and teaching tools.
Freelance illustrator and designer takes the government to task for what he sees as its neglect of creative subjects.
Research from the Creative Industries Federation shows that the UK government spends less on the arts than other nations, and only 9% of the GCSE school curriculum is dedicated to
A host of leading art and design figures have written a letter to The Times attacking Government plans to roll out the Ebacc performance standard in schools.
The Design & Technology Association is launching a campaign to head off what it calls a “catastrophic” decline in D&T education in the UK.
The Bacc for the Future campaign is opposing government plans to introduce English Baccalaureate standards, which could see creative subjects excluded from schools.
The Design Academy aims to harness skills of design students from different disciplines, and encourage career moves into “strategic, social and innovative” design.
In Universities Minister Jo Johnson’s speech on the Government’s higher education policy he pledged to get more “disadvantaged young people” into higher education, improve teaching and make higher education “better
Emily Penny, co-founder of Colourful Design Strategy and visiting lecturer at The Cass, looks at how the design industry and creative education can build links with each other.
Apparent plans by Home Secretary Theresa May to kick out foreign students once they have graduated from UK universities have been denounced by leaders in creative education.