Sunday, December 08, 2013
The KSU Interior Design project completed at Manhattan Catholic Schools has been published in the International Journal of Designs for Learning. Please read the article on the link below. The article for MCS is "Planning to Learn: the Role of Interior Design in Educational Setting."
This special issue of IJDL focusing on Designs for Learning Spaces examines the design process that led to the making of places—both real and virtual—where teaching and learning happen and provides the creation stories of eight projects that range from classroom furniture to the design of an entire school campus. The cases included in this special issue offer a rich description of challenges, responses, successes, and setbacks that characterize ideation and making. In all, this represents over 100 pages of rich design precedent surrounding the creation of spaces for learning.
The attached PDF is intended for digital distribution and contains active links to the articles from this issue. Please forward it on to those you feel would be interested. We look forward to your contributions and continued support of this exciting venue for scholarly research in designs for learning!
Jill B. Pable, Guest Editor
Elizabeth Boling, Editor-in-Chief
Colin M. Gray, Assistant Editor
International Journal of Designs for Learning