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跨領域又跨國,用不同國情的觀點提問交流

已更新:2022年11月18日

110.08.04 學習Miro創作 創意思解無邊界

 

八月四號 雷撼不動的專心


透過張集強老師的線上教學,學員們在遊戲練習中,逐步對Miro也更加熟悉,用無邊界版面,創作自己故事的一頁,學員們也在營隊的每天,寫下在USR的美好記憶~


跨領域投入馬來西亞UCSI 和中原設院USR合開的設計課程講座,聽著James Lim 老師對「Mapping Informality」的分享,兩國學生們都用不同國情的自我觀點,進行提問和經驗交流,雖然參與外籍生多半不具設計背景,但也驚喜地提了許多切中議題的討論,讓整體面向變得更為豐富


學生回饋在開發過程與文化保存的平衡中,也檢視出這些未來時代的接班人,在演講後被影響而產生的新觀點,不只是對城市發展的想法,更是承擔社會責任的重要思維起點。



Learning Miro’s creation No boundaries for creativity and ideas


4, August/The concentration can’t be disturbed by thunder


Through Prof. Teoh Chee Keong’s online class, students had learned from games and getting more familiar with Miro. By boundless board to create their own story page. Students also wrote down their wonderful memories on Miro of their days in USR.


From the sharing of Tr. James Lim’s “Mapping Informality.”, interdisciplinary lecture course from UCSI in Malaysia and USR in CYCU. Students had asked questions and experience exchanges with diverse points of view from different country. Even though most foreign students are not with design background, but still propose a lot of discussion on the topic and make the overall orientation more ample.


In the balance between the development process and cultural preservation, students’ feedback also examines the new perspectives of these future generations’ successors who were influenced after the speech. They are not only ideas for urban development, but also an important outset for thoughts about social responsibility.



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