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Design Thinking and the Deanly Conversation: Reflections on Conversation, Community, and Agency
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Journal of Learning Design Volume 8, Number 3 ISSN 1832-8342

Abstract

The article "Conversation as Inquiry: A Conversation with Instructional Designers" (Campbell, Schwier & Kenny 2006) appeared in the "Journal of Learning Design" Volume 1, Issue 3 in 2006. Nine years on, Professor Katy Campbell, Dean of the Faculty of Extension, University of Alberta, reflects upon the arguments articulated in the original co-authored article. Among other things, she describes how in the past 10 years, she has observed a new discourse emerging, one that uses more of the language of autonomy, authenticity, accessibility, conversation and, especially, higher education's moral obligations to the communities of which they are a part. Campbell's reflection is followed by the original article (also see EJ1066474) as it appeared in 2006 with minor edits made.

Citation

Campbell, K. Design Thinking and the Deanly Conversation: Reflections on Conversation, Community, and Agency. Journal of Learning Design, 8(3), 42-65. Retrieved November 29, 2022 from .

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