Ethics Out of the Box: examining ethical issues in art & design research


A symposium that brings together an exceptional group of researchers/ artists/ practitioners/ administrators to discuss their perspectives on ethical issues unique to art and design research.

 
DateWednesday, May 25, 2016 - 2:00pm to 6:30pm

Cost

FREE

Email

cpineda@ocadu.ca

Location

320/ 3F OCAD University (Richmond St. Campus), 205 Richmond Street West, Toronto

Ethics out of the box: examining ethical issues in art and design research" is a symposium that brings together an exceptional group of researchers/ artists/ practitioners/ administrators to discuss their perspectives on ethical issues unique to art and design research.

Moderator:  Nancy Walton, RN, PhD (Director, e-learning, Ryerson University and Chair, Research Ethics Board, Women's College Hospital)

Keynote: "There will be a happy meeting”: Participant Engagement, Practice-based Research and Ethics in an Art + Design University—supporting risk-takers 
Glen Lowry, PhD (Assistant Dean, Faculty of Culture and Community, and Chair, Research Ethics Board, Emily Carr University of Art and Design)

Theme: “Examining intersections of research ethics in the pedagogical ecology”

Ethics and Collaborative Research in Language Documentation, Keren Rice, PhD (University of Toronto)               

Dilemmas in Research Ethics and Pedagogy, Suzanne Stein, PhD cand (OCAD University)  

Art and Antagonism: Negotiating the ethics of discomfort in the classroom, Allison Rowe, PhD cand (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)       

Panel Discussion

Theme: “The role of research ethics in art and design”                  

Bringing the Riots In: considerations on the use of activist culture within artistic practice, video presentation, Syrus Marcus Ware, PhD cand (York University)

Internet Research Ethics: What (Art & Design) Researchers Should Know, Yukari Seko, PhD (University of Guelph)              

Why Are You Asking Me? The Reporter/Researcher, Joyce Smith, PhD (Ryerson University)     

Panel discussion                           

Morning refreshments and light lunch to be served.

Please register here

DateWednesday, May 25, 2016 - 2:00pm to 6:30pm

Cost

FREE

Email

cpineda@ocadu.ca

Website Location

320/ 3F OCAD University (Richmond St. Campus), 205 Richmond Street West, Toronto

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Wednesday, May 25, 2016 - 2:00pm to 6:30pm

Ethics out of the box: examining ethical issues in art and design research" is a symposium that brings together an exceptional group of researchers/ artists/ practitioners/ administrators to discuss their perspectives on ethical issues unique to art and design research.

Moderator:  Nancy Walton, RN, PhD (Director, e-learning, Ryerson University and Chair, Research Ethics Board, Women's College Hospital)

Keynote: "There will be a happy meeting”: Participant Engagement, Practice-based Research and Ethics in an Art + Design University—supporting risk-takers 
Glen Lowry, PhD (Assistant Dean, Faculty of Culture and Community, and Chair, Research Ethics Board, Emily Carr University of Art and Design)

Theme: “Examining intersections of research ethics in the pedagogical ecology”

Ethics and Collaborative Research in Language Documentation, Keren Rice, PhD (University of Toronto)               

Dilemmas in Research Ethics and Pedagogy, Suzanne Stein, PhD cand (OCAD University)  

Art and Antagonism: Negotiating the ethics of discomfort in the classroom, Allison Rowe, PhD cand (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)       

Panel Discussion

Theme: “The role of research ethics in art and design”                  

Bringing the Riots In: considerations on the use of activist culture within artistic practice, video presentation, Syrus Marcus Ware, PhD cand (York University)

Internet Research Ethics: What (Art & Design) Researchers Should Know, Yukari Seko, PhD (University of Guelph)              

Why Are You Asking Me? The Reporter/Researcher, Joyce Smith, PhD (Ryerson University)     

Panel discussion                           

Morning refreshments and light lunch to be served.

Please register here

Venue & Address: 
320/ 3F OCAD University (Richmond St. Campus), 205 Richmond Street West, Toronto
Email: 
cpineda@ocadu.ca
Cost: 
FREE
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