Thursday 27th March, 2014
9:00am to 5:00pm
Today’s students of IA will be the ones to forge the path ahead in the years to come. Karen McGrane’s 2013 closing keynote called for a doubling down on IA and this not only includes how we sell and position our practice in the marketplace but also how we educate our next generation of learners.
Following the enormous success of the 2013 Academics and Practitioners Round Table, this year we will extend the conversation to “Teaching IA”
The workshop will take the form of short, ignite style presentations by authors whose papers have completed a formal double-blind peer review process. Following this, academics and practitioners will be brought together to explore key issues central to the teaching of IA.
Those attending the workshop will benefit from deep discussion, lively debate and co-design sessions that explore the intersection of education, practice and theory. More specifically, you’ll take away:
Lecturer: Multimedia Department at University of Johannesburg bio from LinkedIn
User experience. Information architecture. Toledo region (Ohio). bio from Twitter
I'm an Information Architect || I aim to make the unclear, clear. http://www.abbytheia.com
I work on design problems for a world with immense information and cheap computation. Former professor of UX at Kent State University. bio from Twitter
information architect, professor, researcher, compulsive reader, pensive writer, piano player, husband & dad. Author of Pervasive IA. President, IAI.
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