UDA Webinar 2019 Vol. 3 of 7
Design Education in the 21st Century
DATE & TIME (CHECK YOUR TIME ZONE)
Seoul, South Korea KST (UTC +9) Tue, Apr 30 at 12:30 am
Shanghai, China CST (UTC +8) Mon, Apr 29 at 11:30 pm
Jakarta, Indonesia WIB (UTC +7) Mon, Apr 29 at 10:30 pm
New Delhi, India IST (UTC +5:30) Mon, Apr 29 at 9:00 pm
Dubai, United Arab Emirates GST (UTC +4) Mon, Apr 29 at 7:30 pm
Moscow, Russia MSK (UTC +3) Mon, Apr 29 at 6:30 pm
Limassol, Cyprus EET (UTC +2) Mon, Apr 29 at 5:30 pm
Augsburg, Germany CET (UTC +1) Mon, Apr 29 at 4:30 pm
London, United Kingdom GMT (UTC +0) Mon, Apr 29 at 3:30 pm
Boston, MA, USA* EDT (UTC -4) Mon, Apr 29 at 11:30 am
Dallas, TX, USA* CDT (UTC -5) Mon, Apr 29 at 10:30 am
Los Angeles, CA, USA* PDT (UTC -7) Mon, Apr 29 at 8:30 am
All UDA Webinar events are for invitation only. If you need an invitation, the participant must be a UDA Member, invited by a UDA Member, or send a request email. You can show your interest by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will have an open discussion on our design education in the 21st century. Read the linked article "New Design Education in the Next Centenary Year" by President Albert Choi. It was published in the section "About Our Discipline Now" of the 2018 UDA Annual. You can share design curriculum, experience, and thoughts with us. This webinar is a must-attend event if you want to be an active member of UDA. We can build trust and loyalty by sharing our thoughts.
> Choi, A. Y. (2019). New Design Education in the Next Centenary Year. 2018 UDA Annual (About Our Discipline Now. pp. 18-21). Seoul: United Designs Alliance.
Albert Choi, UDA President
Professor, Department of Communication Design, College of Design, Hanyang University, South Korea
with all attendees
Final Remark by Mediator
In keeping with the UDA mission of celebrating global awareness and providing both educational and professional opportunities in visual communication design, UDA offers webinars. These events will be one of many activities as we continue to develop our organizational identity.