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This lecture will draw on observations of both the RMIT and ADAPTr program and the research conducted within them.
These observations identify key elements of this approach to doctoral training and to point to key training techniques and research methods used. The lecture will move step by step through a typical candidature pointing to specific examples to illustrate how successful candidates have approached the process and demonstrating the kinds of knowledge produced. The lecture will conclude by outlining three possible orders of knowledge at play in practice based research, a model that is potentially useful for every candidate and practice based researcher, and with some speculations about value and implications of the approach for the future university. The move to re-centre research in the studios of venturous practices can be seen as a radical new model for a 'cloud' like university or research entity.
Getting thereVenue: Multipurpose Room – Design Hub, Building 100, level 1,Building 100, Cnr Victoria/Swanston Streets
The Design Hub is located on the corner of Victoria and Swanston Streets, Melbourne