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SMARTlab

This application gives an overview of SMARTlab Research Institute, part of the University College Dublin. It provides a useful overview of faculty, staff ...

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This application gives an overview of SMARTlab Research Institute, part of the University College Dublin. It provides a useful overview of faculty, staff and PhD students expertise, access to a Twitterstream from the SMARTlab team, location and contact details, and updated PhD seminar schedules when available. It also gives details of open events during the PhD seminars, which are free for the public to attend. The aim of the SMARTlab is to work across sectors and disciplines to instigate and support positive cultural change. SMARTlab insists upon an ethical and socially responsible community collaboration model, which informs and enriches the academic domain by encouraging teams of artists and cultural sector creatives to work closely across disciplinary boundaries to invent new models and tools for learning. This model, over 17 years, has made real impact by helping to change the academy from within by enabling many more women, artists, open source advocates, ‘non-standard’ learners and people with disabilities to gain the highest level of ‘credit’ for their practical work and scholarship, the point that, once they have gained their own PhDs, they can help to shape new models of inclusive, applied practice-based research so that it can transform the university sector from within. Founded by Professor Lizbeth Goodman, it is an inspirational institute, now proudly part of the University College Dublin.

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Technical specifications

Version: 1.1

Size: 8.46 MB

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Price: 0,00 €

Day of release: 0000-00-0

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