American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting
April 9–13, 2007
“So you have a design degree, why are you interested in the area of curriculum and instructional technology?” For me I see so many connections and important contributions to both design and education, in addition to the valuable lessons learned by taking an interdisciplinary approach to projects. This case study provides one example of how design and education, together, can produce exciting processes and results that help inform both design and education scholars.
Lori A. Brunner and Katherine Richardson Bruna. "Infusing Creativity and Design into a University Faculty Mentor Process: Means and Ends" Chicago, IL, United States(2007)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/katherine_bruna/1/