Reference number
  • D/074
Level
  • Collection
Date(s)
  • 2008 - 2012
Extent and medium
  • 2 boxes (1 linear metre)
Description
  • ┆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.
Administrative 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).
Access status
  • Open
Conditions governing access
  • Open and available for research purposes only.
Conditions governing reproduction
  • Copyright in the works rests with their creators. No copying will be permitted unless written permission has been sought from the creator.
Physical characteristics and technical requirements
  • The works are a mix of paper and electronic media such as CD-ROMs.
Language/scripts of material
  • English
Finding aids
  • A box list has been compiled and is available on request.
Immediate source of acquisition or transfer
  • The collection was transferred to the Archive in June 2013 by Dr. Sophy Smith and Dr. Ximena Alarcon-Diaz.
Related units of description
  • Brochures for the Masters in Creative Technology Showcase, 2010-2013, can be found at A04/F (Exhibition Catalogues).
Archivist's note
  • Catalogued by Katharine Short, Archivist, June 2018.