The effectiveness of Design Thinking techniques to enhance undergraduate student learning

Jane Ritchie, Amanda Tinker, Eliza Power

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Abstract

Students have access to an ever-increasing quantity and diversity of information, presented to them in multiple formats; the challenge for them is to identify and use this data effectively. Many undergraduate students experience difficulties in managing the knowledge that they gather, in recognising the quality and authenticity of this information, and in assessing the importance and priority of data. This therefore requires the development of strategies to support their learning.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFuturescan 3
Subtitle of host publicationIntersecting Identities
EditorsHelena Britt, Laura Morgan, Kerry Walton
Pages10-20
Number of pages11
Publication statusPublished - 10 Oct 2016
EventFuturescan 3: Intersecting Identities - The Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Duration: 11 Nov 201512 Nov 2015
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CountryUnited Kingdom
CityGlasgow
Period11/11/1512/11/15
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Ritchie, J., Tinker, A., & Power, E. (2016). The effectiveness of Design Thinking techniques to enhance undergraduate student learning. In H. Britt, L. Morgan, & K. Walton (Eds.), Futurescan 3: Intersecting Identities (pp. 10-20)
Ritchie, Jane ; Tinker, Amanda ; Power, Eliza. / The effectiveness of Design Thinking techniques to enhance undergraduate student learning. Futurescan 3: Intersecting Identities. editor / Helena Britt ; Laura Morgan ; Kerry Walton. 2016. pp. 10-20
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