4 Contact hours of the course are tutorial guidance, so there is no exposure of materials by the teacher. Knowledge is acquired by students through individual and group work, properly guided by the teacher, according to a list of works and activities that discriminate.
1-Development of a synthesis of literature on a given topic (monograph), in conjunction with the Dissertation / Project / Internship in Fashion Design
2-Preparation of a summary (abstract) of a scientific paper for eventual submission to a scientific conference or professional conference
3-Participation in scientific nature conferences, with presentation of report
4-Participation in lectures and workshops of professional nature, with presentation of report
5-Study visits to companies, shops, fairs, organisms, with presentation of report
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2-Sampieri, M. C. Roberto Hernández, and al.(2000), Metodología de la Investigación, McGraw-Hill Interamericana Editores, S.A., México.
3-Hague, P., Morgan, C. (2004), Market Research In Practice, Kogan Page, London.
4-El Mogahzy, Y. E. (2009), Engineering textiles – Integrating the design and manufacture of textile products, The Textile Institute, Cambridge, England.
5-Horne, L. (2012), New product development in textiles – innovation and production, The Textile Institute, Cambridge, England.
6-Hatch, Kathryn L. (1993), Textile Science, West Publishing Company, St. Paul, MN 55164-0526, USA.
7-Rasquilha, Luís (2010), Tendências e Gestão da Inovação, Verlag Dashofer Edições Profissionais, Unip.,Lda., Lisboa, Portugal.
8-Wilson, J., Handbook of Textile Design,The textile Institute,Cambridge, England.