Changing the University Genome: A Case Study of Digital Media Kingston

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    Abstract

    Digital Media Kingston (DMK) is a HEFCE funded cross-faculty project at Kingston University that aims to transcend the inherited boundaries between the arts and sciences and education and industry to ensure a synergy between teaching, research and enterprise and provide an industry-focused learning experience in creative digital practice. Vocational education in digital media must firstly be interdisciplinary, as the practice itself is a convergence of the aesthetic, social and technical, but the teaching must also be research-engaged. The field moves so fast, it is only by integrating research and innovation that you can provide a ‘future proof’ education that can arm graduates to compete within the market place.
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalNetworks
    Issue number18
    Publication statusPublished - 2 Apr 2012

    Keywords

    • digital transformation
    • Digital economy
    • academic entrepreurship
    • Innovation
    • technology
    • research and development

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