The Winter 2014 INNOVATION explores the basic needs for a quality design education: faculty and their passion for teaching, a teaching space that is conducive to learning, and a curriculum that is flexible enough to allow students room for risk taking. But more importantly we look at what it takes to make a great design education. The content in the design classroom today is more complex than even five years ago. Come see what some of the foremost design educators have to offer.
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Here is the Table of Contents for the Winter 2014 issue, guest edited by Lorraine Justice, FIDSA of Rochester Institute of Technology. Articles highlighted in red are available to anyone as PDFs.