Social Design Methods, with Dr Joanna Choukeir

Paint pots

07 Feb 2018

2pm to 4pm

Introduction
This session will explore how human-centred, participatory, collaborative and social innovation design research methods might usefully be applied within educational research. 

Who can attend?
The seminar is open to all UAL staff and postgraduate students with an interest in educational research.
It is part of the Research Methods Seminar Series 2018, programmed by the Teaching and Learning Exchange. This series is organised for postgraduate students on the MA Academic Practice in Art, Design and Communication, but all are welcome to attend.

Session Leader 
Dr Joanna Choukeir is a social design practitioner, researcher, speaker and lecturer with 15 years of experience in the UK and Lebanon. She is Chief Design Officer at Uscreates, a London-based consultancy pioneering innovative work to improve health and wellbeing through design. Joanna completed her PhD in design for social integration at UAL. Alongside research and practice, she is an associate lecturer at UAL, Kingston University and Ravensbourne University, and a fellow of the RSA.

About the Teaching and Learning Exchange
We support teaching and learning enhancement at UAL, working in partnership with staff and students.  We offer a variety of workshops and seminars to support staff development, as well as more formal teaching qualifications.