Teaching technical drawing to fine arts students in 2001 is the beginning of an idea that searches for an integration of different fields of knowledge. Life brings you then to teach artistic drawing to industrial design engineering students and, therefore, to face again the difficulty of merging into one concept: art and science as a whole. So lets introduce a better connection with the professional world into our teaching-learning process. In 2011, Silvia Nuere created a scientist journal called ArDIn, Art, Design, and Engineering to promote the STEAM approach to learning. Art, design, and engineering must configure the basic elements of a new way of understanding not only the teaching-learning process but the way of being in the twenty-first century. ArDIn becomes then their method to involve students in the necessary integration of art and science through a constant dialog and critical thinking. Between the educational contexts, we want to point out transmedia narratives as a movement that enhances the creative process. We need to be opened to new proposals as well as going further looking for connections beyond media. Through this project working interdisciplinary, we prepare students remotely for their story in a possible transmedia format.
Part of the book: Narrative Transmedia