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Blog : Special Issue: The disrupted Journal of Media Practice

30th June 2016

6 Conversations around Media Practice – Join in Now! From July 1st until September 15th 2016 The disrupted Journal of Media Practice will host 6 conversations around media practice, based upon and centred around various papers-in-progress by international media artists, practitioners and therorists, and that will together make up this special issue of the Journal..

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Guides / Towards Successful Graduation: Writing up, Managing Time, Balancing Work, Study and Personal Life

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DMLL team member Katherine Wimpenny, Reader in Arts Related Research and Pedagogy, recently shared ideas about ‘writing up, managing time, balancing work, study and personal life – towards successful graduation’ with PhD students in health and life sciences. The link below shares the session notes, which might be of use for others. Comments are always appreciated, and you..

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Blog : Open Med Partner Visit to DMLL

6th May 2016

On the 3 – 4 th May, here in the DMLL, we hosted the first interim partner meeting for OpenMed, an international cooperation project co-funded by the Erasmus + Capacity Building in Higher Education programme involving five partners from Europe and nine from the Arab Mediterranean Countries (Morocco, Palestine, Egypt and Jordan). The overarching goal..

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Blog : Reblog: Hola Chile!

15th April 2016

Reblogged from I think my most commonly used word on my travels to Chile was ‘vamos’ (let’s go in English). So what took me to Chile? Gemma Tombs and I travelled 28 hours to participate in the MUSE project kick-off meeting and it was fabulous. MUSE is an Erasmus+ cofunded project that aims to..

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Blog : Peter Gouzouasis’ visit to the Lab

14th December 2015

January 25 – 28th, 2016 we will welcome Professor Peter Gouzouasis to the lab from the University of British Columbia, (UBC). Over the past 25 years, Peter Gouzouasis’ work at UBC has evolved through three connective strands: (1) teaching and learning in music (including digital media and technologies), (2) developing an understanding of learning in..

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Blog : What Motivates you to Learn Exhibition

10th December 2015

As part of our November Autumn Disruption, Debra James and Lauren Heywood worked together to create an interactive exhibition for participants to share their thoughts on teaching and learning. It is heartwarming for us to read such honest feedback; with many students wanting to have more interaction and fun brought into their learning. We feel..

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Research Toolkits / Short Project Evaluation

  Short Project Evaluation Description A short questionnaire that assess overall job satisfaction Authors Sylvester Arnab, Katherine Wimpenny Cost Free Total Items/questions 14 Factors Target population Employees Adaption Administration Useful Reads  Download  

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Blog : SWING features at AGCAS Conference

4th September 2015
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Over the last couple of days I have been at the AGCAS conference, hosted at Warwick University. I was there on behalf of the SWING team, disseminating the disability model developed during the project. Despite the conference’s main focus being on careers and development with many other exhibitors from services such as UniTemps and Target..

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Blog : Now Hiring: Two Research Assistants Wanted!

24th July 2015
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Two exciting Research Assistant posts in the Disruptive Media Learning Lab at Coventry University have arisen. We are looking for two dynamic and enthusiastic individuals with good research experience (preferably in the higher education sector) to support the Co-directors of the lab, Senior Research Fellows and Disruptive Media Learning Specialist across a range of initiatives…

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Blog : Arts Based Education Research, Katherine goes to Chicago!

24th April 2015
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From April 16- 21st 2015, I was at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference in Chicago. I presented a co-authored paper (Wimpenny & Savin-Baden, 2015) in the Arts Based Educational Research (ABER) Special Interest Group (SIG) focusing on a framework to support the analysis, interpretation and representation of data when conducting Arts Related Research…

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