The Third Space: a paradigm for internationalisation

Alison Jane Harley

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Abstract

Case study 3, ‘ East meets West’ (Harley, A). Book ‘The Student Experience in art and design higher education: drivers for change’ (2008) Cambridge: Jill Rogers Associates. ISBN 0 9547111 73. Published for the Group for Learning and Teaching in Art and Design (GLAD) supported by the Subject Centre for Art, Design and Media, and the Higher Education Academy (ADM-HEA).

In 2007 GLAD elected to take a radically different approach to their annual conference, ‘The Student Experience in Art and Design: Drivers for Change’ by inviting leading international educators and practitioners in art, design and media to an intensive writing workshop event with the aim of breaking new ground in art and design education. The results of this workshop were published in a book that subsequently provided the basis of the GLAD 2008 annual conference. Contributors were drawn from the UK as well as SE Asia, USA, Australia and New Zealand.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Student Experience in Art and Design Higher Education: Drivers for Change
EditorsA Harley, S James, E Reid, S Reid, H Robinson, Y Watson
Place of PublicationCambridge
PublisherJill Rogers Associates
ISBN (Print)0954711173
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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    Harley, A. J. (2008). The Third Space: a paradigm for internationalisation. In A. Harley, S. James, E. Reid, S. Reid, H. Robinson, & Y. Watson (Eds.), The Student Experience in Art and Design Higher Education: Drivers for Change Jill Rogers Associates.