Learning Slowness Impacting Students’ Senses of Contemplation and Intention in Relation to the Digital World

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Jase Flannery

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We currently occupy an era permeated by the discursiveness of digital platforms and processes. As our experience of the world becomes more immaterial and less phenomenological, our faculties for contemplation and reflection become diluted. First year design students are increasingly challenged by this paradigm, toggling between app-based environments and the real world demands of the design studio.

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Craft and Tradition