Saturday 27 August, 2011
A year ago that date was impossible to imagine and seemed so very far away, but how quickly it arrived.
What would I have done? What would be the result of this enormous tangent to my life..?
Now we know…
The morning started off with an introduction from Prof Tom Inns, Dean of Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design (DJCAD), another intro from course director Hazel White and then a series of talks from Masters students past and present.
While we tried to capture the talks on Video only three worked out… mine is posted here and Hazel’s and past Masters student Danielle Hu will follow soon.
Looking forward to Tuesday’s Healthcare day and the rest of the week I’ll be around for tours and chats, so please get in touch if you are interested in a viewing.
You can find out more about the projects by:
• visiting the official DJCAD website,
• following the hashtag #mastersshow on twitter (@onthesuperfly)
• or using the same hashtag on Instagram where I’m collating images of the projects in various stages of completion
It’s been a fantastic year, thanks to all concerned:
I have had fantastic support from Rick Curran who designed the web elements of this project. Kenji Lamb (JISC RSC) for allowing me to test out games at Game To Learn and speak about The Mystery of the QR Codes at Open for Education; and Tristan Henderson (St Andrews University) for the opportunity to send PHD summer school students around St Andrews searching out QR codes in the rain
I would also like to thank: Derek Robertson (Learning and Teaching Scotland), Gary Penn (Denki), Divya Jindal-Snape and Fiona McGarry (Dundee University).
But finally special thanks to my family, my wife in particular, for giving me this opportunity.
Please visit us and see what we have to offer… we’ve done all this great ‘stuff’ and we want to do something with it!