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  1. amiddlet50

    Creative Assessment – what is it?

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    In higher education assessment is recognised as a driving force for student engagement and curriculum design. How does this tally with a desire for active student-centred learning? How can it accommodate the artistry in the academic practitioner who seeks to … Continue reading ?
  2. Reverend

    A MBS Recommendation

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    Last week I had the privilege of writing a recommendation for Michael Branson Smith to gain admission to the masters program in Interactive Data Visualization at the CUNY Graduate Center. And while I’m confident he will get into the program … Continue reading ?
  3. amiddlet50

    Blogging as a site of embodiment, co-production and enculturation

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    In this post I look at blogging as a studio space by reflecting on how and why I blog. A study of studio is a study of embodiment: the “embodied occupational engagement in constructing meaning [and how] the occupations in … Continue reading
  4. ryanseslow

    Wally Sutton’s Internet Art Making Creative Blogging Project

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    Wally Sutton’s Internet Art Making Creative Blogging Project. Who is Wally Sutton and why is he here? Simply put, Wally Sutton is a fictional character. He’s a Walrus, however, he doesn’t know that Walrus’s aren’t supposed to wear human clothing or sell things like motherboards and other computer hardware… That is what makes Wally, Wally. He is … Continue reading "Wally Sutton’s Internet Art Making Creative Blogging Project"
  5. @marcuselliott

    11 handy tips for student blogging

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    I received these tweets the other day: Our students might choose to do a law blog for their 1st seminar w me + @MrsGingerLawyer Tips on what makes a good blog? Pls use #lawtalk16 — Dr Steven Vaughan (@lawvaughan) October 1, 2016 @marcuselliott @KerryPinny would love any tips for our law students! New module exploring […]

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