Design Dissertation

Design Dissertation Preparation 2011

The University of Greenwich CMD Department

BA 3D Digital Design and Animation + BA Digital Graphic Design

The dates for your Design Dissertation Preparation Course have now been set.

All 2nd years wishing to go on to the 3rd year of and complete their BA (Hons) must attend this course in full. If you do not attend then your work in the 3rd year will be put into jeopardy.

The dates will be:

Wednesday     11 May 10 -1    LAB B T101                Mark Ingham

Thursday         12 May 10-5     T301                            Mark Ingham

Thursday         19 May 10-5     T301                            Mark Ingham + Liz McQuiston ?

+ Sara Andersdotter?

Friday              20 May 10-5     T401                            Mark Ingham + Liz McQuiston ?

+ Sara Andersdotter?

This course will prepare you for the design dissertation course that will start at the beginning of the autumn term 2011. This course aims to give you the opportunity to make a detailed personal investigation and evaluation based on comprehensive research and systematic methodologies. This involves collecting evidence, creating arguments, critical analysis and forming judgments in a manner which communicates your ideas creatively and effectively.

Something in the world forces us to think. This something is an object not of recognition but of a fundamental encounter. (Gilles Deleuze in Difference and Repetition 1968)

If you have any questions please contact me on 0208 331 9120 and at im08@gre.ac.uk

Dr Mark Ingham | March 2011

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