Sunday, 11:00 - 12:30
Teaching Information Architecture
practitioners for an emerging profession will always be a challenge: diverging
opinions on the role and function of an information architect, as well as the
multitude of fields that inform the practice of information architecture, can
complicate the process of connecting professionals by means of a common knowledge
base. This panel will examine the practice of teaching information architecture
in a variety of educational settings, and how these contexts affect the goals,
methods, and outcomes of the instructional process. After the panel presentations,
a discussion of commonalities and differences will take place, with the goal of
identifying successes and exchanging information on the process.
Peter Morville, Moderator. President and Founder of Semantic
Studios, and Adjunct Lecturer, University of Michigan School of Information.
Boyden, Presenter. Adjunct Lecturer, UCLA Department of Information Studies.
Chandler, Presenter. Adjunct Lecturer, UCLA Department o
Matthew Fetchko, Adjunct
Assist Professor of Communication, NYU
Eric Reiss, Presenter. Principal, E-Reiss,
ApS, Copenhagen, Demank and External Lecturer, Copenhagen
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