Published by Gemma on 20 May 2013
Things have been busy in Learning Innovation recently! Maggi Savin-Baden, Katherine Wimpenny and Gemma Tombs have just returned from the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Conference in San Francisco, where Maggi and Katherine presented:
Savin-Baden and Major - Rethinking field work genres in qualitative research: a review and synthesis of the literature.
Wimpenny and Savin-Baden - The Value of Qualitative Research Synthesis in Developing Professional and Social Responsibility, and Expertise in the Context of Higher Education.
Wimpenny and Savin-Baden - Using theatre and performance for promoting health and well being amongst the 50+ community: an arts-based evaluation.
Gemma and Maggi have also had a paper accepted for the International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning, which will be coming out later on this year:
Savin-Baden, M., Tombs, G., Burden, D and Wood, C. (2013) (forthcoming) It’s almost like talking to a person: student disclosure to pedagogical agents in sensitive settings. International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning.
And finally, Routledge are working with Maggi and Claire Howell Major to develop an app for their book Qualitative Research: The Essential Guide to Theory and Practice. You can find an introduction to the book by Claire available here.