Call for Papers
Art, Design and Communication in Higher Education strives to develop research in arts and media based subjects in educational institutions. The range of this refereed journal encompasses all areas of higher education: the focus is placed upon practice-based education in fine art, as well as theoretical evaluations of subjects such as media studies, cultural studies, and the history of art and design. In its commitment to the expansion of learning and teaching methods through research, the journal offers detailed accounts of specific research projects. By using the findings of these enquiries, contributors reveal the potential value of new educational strategies, and stimulate the advancement of creative teaching methods.
Alongside these practical approaches, contributors also develop a critical platform for the study of teaching in the arts and media sector. In order to assimilate these theories in a real environment, the contributions query the context in which educational strategies are practiced. The journal examines the correlation between the success of practiced techniques, in relation to both the type of institution and the genre of study. Articles are gathered from an extensive community of researchers, allowing the journal to provide a comprehensive profile of education research in art, design and communication studies.
The research field of Art, Design and Communication in Higher Education includes:
All areas of Higher Education, including the fields of:
- Practice based education in fine art, design and media
- Theoretical studies including cultural studies, art and design history and media studies.
All aspects of learning and teaching in art, design and communication including:
- Research underpinned evaluations of curriculum
- Student learning
- Approaches to teaching
- Teacher and educational development
Major Papers (5000-6000 words) should include original work of a research or developmental nature and/or proposed new methods or ideas which are clearly and thoroughly presented and argued.
Shorter items (1,000 to 2,500 words) include:
- Reports of research in progress
- Reflections on the research process
- Research evaluations of funded projects
We are seeking suitable papers for consideration by the editor – Linda Drew, and the editorial board.
We are also seeking reviews of relevant recent publications, electronic media and software and conference reports.
This peer-reviewed journal is published three times a year.
For guidance notes for submissions or further information please contact:
The Glasgow School of Art
Research and Postgraduate Office
Rose Street, Glasgow, G3 9QR