Interactive Breakout Session EDT89
Collaborative Interdisciplinary Support for University/Industry Projects
Date Thursday, Dec 7 Time – Room Zille
Professional educational institutions and their learners need to keep up with rapid developments in industry and the best way to do this is in interdisciplinary collaboration! Join this interactive session and walk away with tools (a digital matrix and a MOOC) that link curricula to industry projects.
Lillebaelt Academy, University of Applied Science, Denmark
Elisabeth (Lise) Agerbaek is an Associated Professor at Lillebaelt Academy, University of Applied Science in Odense, Denmark. She has published articles and books on the use of e-portfolios as a learning tool and how to design for web and online media. She teaches Philosophy of Science and Digital Design at the BA in Digital Concept Development.
She is educated MA in Philosophy and Design and is CEO of own Graphical Design company. Current area of research is acknowledging informal learning through digital badges. Another field of interest is how to scaffold interdisciplinary teaching in higher education. She enjoys winter bathing and art museums.
IED Madrid, Spain
Elena Vilabrille Paz is a fashion designer that has focused her career as a teacher and academic coordinator in the online education. She is the head of eFashion, a tailor-made fashion course created by IED Madrid for INDITEX employees. Apart from leading the didactic department and being deeply involved in the instructional design and course production, she also coordinates the main action characters: the lectures, the students and the client-company.
Her experience in fashion image, working as a stylist and costume designer [Vogue, Citizen K, Instituto Cervantes, Madrid City Council, Telefónica,…] and creating and coordinating a face to face international One Year Fashion Communication course at IED Madrid, has given her the required knowledge to take on the challenge of online projects. IED Madrid is increasing its already existing online area and Elena Vilabrille is in charge of every fashion related course.