Equity, inclusion and feminist pedagogies

Barbara Knežević, Michelle Malone


This paper describes and expands on the contributions the research team at Technological University Dublin have made to the DICO Digital Career Stories Erasmus+ project from March 2021 through February 2023. This paper examines the TU Dublin presentation of specific Fine Art research methods and technical and practical tools, as a unique way to open these discussions around ethical teaching with regards to access, technology, gender, class, ethnic and racial diversity. This paper looks at some of the specific tools and methods common to fine art education and practice in the points of sharing sessions to ask how lecturing staff can deliver careers learning in the creative arts that is considerate and sensitive to the unique challenges that are presented in terms of equity and inclusion in third level creative arts education and careers stories creation.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13138/2039-2362/3143

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