This paper reports on research that I have been undertaking investigating the use of image theatre and digital storytelling with groups of university staff to gauge their thoughts, perceptions and experiences of the creative industries in higher education. In piloting these approaches as research methods specifically, I have been interested in comparing the responses that emerge from such active, participatory activities, which have ideas of embodied cognition at their centre, with the kind of material that emerges from focus groups and one-to-one interviews.
|Publication status||Unpublished - 20 Apr 2015|
|Event||AISB Conference – Embodied Cognition, Acting and Performance - University of Kent, Canterbury, Canterbury, United Kingdom|
Duration: 20 Apr 2015 → 22 Apr 2015
|Conference||AISB Conference – Embodied Cognition, Acting and Performance|
|Period||20/04/15 → 22/04/15|
- Image theatre, applied drama, higher education, storytelling, research methods