Nancy Paterson published in 'Teaching Computational Creativity'

 

Thursday, March 30, 2017 - 12:30pm

I have a book chapter entitled "Process and Outcome Paradigms in Media Arts Pedagogy" in Teaching Computational Creativity. [Eds.] Michael Filimowicz, Veronika Tzankova. Cambridge. April 2017.

https://www.amazon.com/Teaching-Computational-Creativity-Michael-Filimowicz/dp/1107138043

Table of Contents

Introduction. Pedagogies at the intersection of disciplines Veronika Tzankova and Michael Filimowicz;

Part I. New Foundations: 1. Staying current: developing digital literacies for the creative classroom Ryan M. Patton and Luke Meeken;

2. Teaching interactivity: introducing computation to art/design students Andrew Hieronymi; Part II. Code as Medium:

3. ARRAY[ ]: coding slowly Channel Two;

4. Teaching for the design singularity: toward an entirely code-based design curriculum Brad Tober; Part III. Physical{ly} Computing:

5. A physical computing teaching initiative in Brazil Luiza Novaes and Joao de Sa Bonelli;

6. Art and technology collaboration in interactive dance performance Jinsil Hwaryoung Seo and Christine Bergeron; Part IV. Online Learning:

7. Design scenes of online code learning environments Michael Filimowicz;

8. Between code and culture: developing a creative coding MOOC Mark Guglielmetti and Jon McCormack; Part V. Critical Pedagogy:

9. Process and outcome paradigms in media arts pedagogy Nancy E. Paterson;

10. Citizens of the cognisphere Daniel Sauter; Part IV. Transdisciplinary:

11. From growing tools to designing organisms: changing the literacies of design Orkan Telhan;

12. Pedagogical experiments in creative coding Angus G. Forbes.

EAN:  9781107138049

ISBN:  1107138043

Publisher:

Cambridge University Press

Nancy Paterson, PhD, AOCA has been an instructor at the Ontario College of Art & Design since 1990, teaching a variety of studio and theoretical courses; currently she is teaching 'Time-Based Media'. She is Facilities Coordinator at Charles Street Video, a non-profit, artist-run centre providing production and post-production facilities for digital video and audio.

 

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Thursday, March 30, 2017 - 12:30pm

I have a book chapter entitled "Process and Outcome Paradigms in Media Arts Pedagogy" in Teaching Computational Creativity. [Eds.] Michael Filimowicz, Veronika Tzankova. Cambridge. April 2017.

https://www.amazon.com/Teaching-Computational-Creativity-Michael-Filimowicz/dp/1107138043

Table of Contents

Introduction. Pedagogies at the intersection of disciplines Veronika Tzankova and Michael Filimowicz;

Part I. New Foundations: 1. Staying current: developing digital literacies for the creative classroom Ryan M. Patton and Luke Meeken;

2. Teaching interactivity: introducing computation to art/design students Andrew Hieronymi; Part II. Code as Medium:

3. ARRAY[ ]: coding slowly Channel Two;

4. Teaching for the design singularity: toward an entirely code-based design curriculum Brad Tober; Part III. Physical{ly} Computing:

5. A physical computing teaching initiative in Brazil Luiza Novaes and Joao de Sa Bonelli;

6. Art and technology collaboration in interactive dance performance Jinsil Hwaryoung Seo and Christine Bergeron; Part IV. Online Learning:

7. Design scenes of online code learning environments Michael Filimowicz;

8. Between code and culture: developing a creative coding MOOC Mark Guglielmetti and Jon McCormack; Part V. Critical Pedagogy:

9. Process and outcome paradigms in media arts pedagogy Nancy E. Paterson;

10. Citizens of the cognisphere Daniel Sauter; Part IV. Transdisciplinary:

11. From growing tools to designing organisms: changing the literacies of design Orkan Telhan;

12. Pedagogical experiments in creative coding Angus G. Forbes.

EAN:  9781107138049

ISBN:  1107138043

Publisher:

Cambridge University Press

Nancy Paterson, PhD, AOCA has been an instructor at the Ontario College of Art & Design since 1990, teaching a variety of studio and theoretical courses; currently she is teaching 'Time-Based Media'. She is Facilities Coordinator at Charles Street Video, a non-profit, artist-run centre providing production and post-production facilities for digital video and audio.

 

Poster: 
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