Dissemination of the project
Throughout the project, the project team have sought to disseminate our on-going findings in the following ways:
- Presentations at events included:
- Crossing Virtual Boundaries - Teaching and Research with Online Synchronous Learning Environments
An event which aimed to raise awareness of using OSLEs in teaching and research, was held on 10th June 2011, at the e-Science Institute, 15 South College St, Edinburgh. Further information about this event is available on the HEA webpages;
- 7th Annual Enhancement Themes Conference, Graduates for the 21st Century: Integrating the Enhancement Themes
A workshop outlining case studies from the project was presented at this event, held on 2nd and 3rd March 2010, at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh:
workshop presentation (pdf 173KB)
case study presentation (mp4 3.63MB/3mins);
- Queen Margaret University, Research Conference ‘Niche Distinctiveness’
A poster (pdf 645KB) outlining initial stages of the study was presented at this event, held on 8 January 2010, Edinburgh;
- Queen Margaret University Learning and Teaching Conference, 'Graduates for the 21st Century'
A poster (pdf 2.32MB) introducing the study was presented at this event,
held on 27th November 2009, at QMU, Edinburgh.
Further dissemination is planned through:
- Sharing our experiences through industry based fora, for example, the Federation of Scottish Theatre, to highlight the developments of the creative and managerial processes and explain how this might lead to developments within the industry;
- Publication of outcomes in peer-reviewed performing arts journals, such as Theatre Dance and Performance Training (TDPT).
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