36 examples of Major Projects by students on the MA/MSc in Creative Technologies. Subjects include holographic artwork, Learning Management Systems, storytelling, game based learning, rapid-prototyping technologies, stereoscopic images, effective web design, creative design using computer aided design (CAD), interactive technologies, kinetic art and biosensor devices.
Institute of Creative Technologies, De Montfort University
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- ReferenceGB 3071 D/074
- Dates of Creation2008 - 2012
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description2 boxes (1 linear metre)
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
The Institute of Creative Technologies is part of the Faculty of Technology at De Montfort University. It offered an MA/MSc in Creative Technologies that was run in partnership with three faculties: Art and Design, Humanities and Technology. The course was designed to be interdisciplinary and encourage convergence of arts, sciences and humanities subjects, enabled by technology. Students could take a broad range of modules from art and design, technology and humanities while working towards a Major Project that allowed them to pursue their own interests. The course was unique at the time.
The Institute of Creative Technologies is currently a research group within the School of Media and Communication, Faculty of Technology (as of 2018).
Open and available for research purposes only.
The collection was transferred to the Archive in June 2013 by Dr. Sophy Smith and Dr. Ximena Alarcon-Diaz.
Other Finding Aids
A box list has been compiled and is available on request.
Physical Characteristics and/or Technical Requirements
The works are a mix of paper and electronic media such as CD-ROMs.
Catalogued by Katharine Short, Archivist, June 2018.
Conditions Governing Use
Copyright in the works rests with their creators. No copying will be permitted unless written permission has been sought from the creator.