The Medialogy education - AAU Copenhagen: Where art and creativity meet technology. Special focus on interactive systems design, programming and evaluation in problem based learning.

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In the Medialogy education we attempt to subject some of the common conventions of art to quantitative, scientific experiments to see if they work as intended. Several educational methods are used within the education of Medialogy in order to enable students to make their own connections, filling gaps and create awareness of the pros and cons of working with dogmas within the minefield where art and creativity meet technology.

In this talk we will demonstrate our approach through concrete examples of student productions and projects. We also wish to display the pedagogical method (problem based learning), that enabled students to bridge gaps between art and science; making the opposite sides interesting and inspiring to work with, regardless of your starting point.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdato2007
Udgivelses stedVenice, Italy
StatusUdgivet - 2007

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Udgiver: IUAV

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