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LLS share innovative pedagogies: reflections on “Creative approaches to teaching and learning”, DMU Learning and Teaching Conference 12/9/18

Tweet Hello again, In this post, Kaye reflects on our “Creative approaches to teaching and learning” workshop at the recent DMU Learning and Teaching conference: At the DMU Teaching and Learning Conference, 12/09/18 Librarians from Academic Liaison (Anna Richards, Kaye … Continue reading

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Special Issue of the Journal of Writing in Creative Practice 10.02: ‘Parallel Urbanisms: London – Los Angeles’

Tweet Hello again, in this post our Writing PAD friend Harriet Edwards introduces a special issue of the Journal of Writing in Creative Practice, guested edited by Harriet, along with Jaspar Joseph-Lester, Norman M. Klein and Simon King: Here, I … Continue reading

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“Something just clicked in my head” Workshop at Vitae Researcher Development International Conference 18th September 2018

Tweet Hello again, It’s been a hectic month for DMU Writing PAD: with many workshops and events to be squeezed in before the start of term.  Last week I was at the Vitae Researcher Development International Conference, running a workshop … Continue reading

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Evolution of an Infographic

Tweet Thanks to Jillian Pawlyn, DMU Senior Lecturer – Learning Disabilities, for this blog post.  Jillian uses the What, So What, Now What? framework to reflect on the development of an infographic, following an ‘Introduction to Infographics’ workshop delivered by … Continue reading

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Reflections on visual and kinaesthetic staff development sessions at DMU: Introduction to LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY®

Tweet Hello again, For the past 6 months I have been delivering visual, kinaesthetic staff development sessions at DMU epitomising the Writing PAD ‘thinking with the hands’ philosophy.  These are: Introduction to LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY®, Introduction to Infographics and, starting … Continue reading

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Book Review: ‘Intention: critical creativity in the classroom’

Tweet It’s been a busy time for Writing PAD East Midlands, what with some pedagogic speed-dating at DMU’s Festival of Teaching and a visit to the Playful Learning SIG meeting at the University of Leicester. We’re back with a review … Continue reading

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Using Mind Mapping Software to teach Academic Writing

Tweet Thanks to Emily Forster, Lecturer in the Centre for Learning and Study Support at DMU for this blog post: I have used mind maps and mind mapping software in my own writing since I was a student and it … Continue reading

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Meditating on LEGO®: Drop-in Mindfulness sessions for DMU Library and Learning Staff

Tweet Thanks to my DMU CLaSS colleague Tracy Slawson for her contribution to this blog post. Mindfulness might not be the first thing you think of when faced with a pile of LEGO®, but the two things are surprisingly compatible!  … Continue reading

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‘Creative approaches to science writing’ HEA STEM 2018 31.1.18 Newcastle

Tweet On a bright but freezing morning last week I found myself heading northward to meet up with Writing PAD collaborators Mhairi Morris and Alke Groppel-Wegener.  We were to deliver a workshop on ‘Creative approaches to science writing‘ (p9 of … Continue reading

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ARCLIB Workshop#2: ‘Creativity as a vehicle for learning’ London College of Communication 28.11.17

Tweet Our second blog post inspired by Kaye’s ARCLIB workshop is from Information Librarian at the University of Bath, Tamsin Reilly: Having only recently started as an Information Librarian for Engineering and Design at the University of Bath, I was … Continue reading

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