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CEBE Transactions is the online journal of the Centre for Education in the Built Environment, part of the Higher Education Academy

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CEBE Transactions

The online journal of the Centre for Education in the Built Environment


CEBE Transactions has now moved to http://journals.heacademy.ac.uk/journal/jebe.

From 2013 JEBE and Transactions have joined together to build on their respective strengths.  The new-look journal has moved to a new journal platform provided by the Higher Education Academy (http://journals.heacademy.ac.uk/journal/jebe).  In future, issues of JEBE (incorporating Transactions) will contain something for everyone, from rigorous pedagogical papers for researchers in JEBE, to the most useful of practical articles found in Transactions, which will occupy a section of its own within the journal.  JEBE is edited by Professor Deborah Peel, University of Dundee and Professor Chris Webster, University of Hong Kong.  New submissions are welcomed and details about how to submit an article are available at http://journals.heacademy.ac.uk/page/jebe_submissions

CEBE Transactions is a peer reviewed journal publishing case studies, project reports, essays, research findings, reviews and other work relating to teaching, learning, scholarship and the research-teaching-consultancy link in Built Environment disciplines. It is a means of rapidly disseminating innovation, ideas, good practices and lessons learned and submissions will be refereed principally on the basis of usefulness. They should contain sufficient information for readers to understand the nature of the practices described and to draw lessons for their own practices. Contributions do not have to be systematically located within published literature - the body of knowledge about teaching and learning practices in the Built Environment is not as well organised as substantive research knowledge. Papers should, however, contain references to other work that helps contextualise the issues discussed. More formally argued research and review papers and more substantial comments contributing to published learned debate about education in Built Environment subjects, may be submitted to CEBE's pedagogic research journal "Journal for Education in the Built Environment".


Volume 9, Issue 2, December 2012

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Contents


Editorial:

Refutation in Design and Science
Prof Chris Webster, Cardiff School of Planning and Geography, Cardiff University

PDF format PDF Full Text (71 KBytes)


1-4 (4)

Guest Editorial
John Stuart-Murray, Edinburgh School of Architecture & Landscape Architecture, University of Edinburgh

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5-6 (2)

Employability and the Fine Art Student
Samantha Clark, School of Creative and Cultural Industries, University of the West of Scotland

Read Abstract | PDF format PDF Full Text (85 KBytes)


7-29 (23)

Improving the Way Technical Skills Are Taught in the Creative Studio – an Exploration of Student Centred Learning Methods
Nicola Murray, School of Design, University of Edinburgh

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30-58 (29)

The Collaborative Crusoe
Lindy Richardson, School of Design, University of Edinburgh

Read Abstract | PDF format PDF Full Text (271 KBytes)


59-77 (19)

Why the ‘critique’ Fails: Constructive Alignment in Art and Design Assessment Practice
Arno Verhoeven, School of Design, University of Edinburgh

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78-97 (20)

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