How can museum educators and higher education tutors enhance the way HE students use museums? There are many examples in the UK of museums and universities working together in productive and innovative ways, but these relationships tend to be based on individual enthusiasm and opportunistic arrangements. Despite the growing importance of museum education departments, higher education tends to be overlooked by museums. This book looks at the interaction between design students and museums, and explores issues, projects and emerging ideas about how museums can better support HE students. It illustrates the general lessons that can be learnt, both strategic and practical, which can help to bring about long-term and constructive relationships between museums and universities in order to enable effective student learning.
|Title of host publication||Museums and design education: looking to learn, learning to see|
|Editors||B. Cook, R. Reynolds, C. Speight|
|Place of Publication||London|
|Number of pages||12|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Mar 2010|
Letschka, P., & Seddon, J. (2010). ‘See What I’m Saying’: A Case Study in Visual Research, Digital Media and Language. In B. Cook, R. Reynolds, & C. Speight (Eds.), Museums and design education: looking to learn, learning to see (pp. 153-164). Ashgate.