On Diversified Design Education in an Information Age

Qichun YANG


Multi-layer and poly-directional development trend is the inevitable situation for contemporary design education development. This is influenced and determined jointly by the intersectionality features of the design disciplinary, the status quo of information society development, and the history of design education development. This article summarizes the currently available educational study results and research experience in the field of design education. It makes discussions on the development significance to the design education. The article also offers preliminary discussions on how to go out of the design education dilemma in the information age so as to make its due contributions to the progress of the design education cause in China. 


Information age; Design education; Meaning; Dilemma and strategies

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x


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