Imagine! Different in academia. is the recording of a talk presented at the International Symposium on Poetic Inquiry in Cape Town in May 2022.
Nicole Brown is FRSA, a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce.
In this blog post I try to answer the question that I am often asked in my presentations and workshops: "What should I do with notes and journals?".
This is a link to a webinar organised to offer support for students taking on research projects. My contribution was based on my book Making the Most of Your Research Journal.
In this video Dr Helen Kara and Dr Nicole Brown discuss the role of writing in the life and career of researchers.
I was invited to contribute to the ResDance Podcast. My contribution was about my Embodied Inquiry work, as part of my own research and as part of the Embodied Inquiry: Research Methods book.
This is an extract from my contribution to the LSE Higher Education blog exploring key principles to ensure accessibility in higher education.
Accounting for the interdisciplinary nature of the field, this book has been written to be a concise primer into Embodied Inquiry for research students, scholars and practitioners alike.
I was invited to contribute to the SAGE MethodSpace to talk about how I use creative methods, and why I use creative methods, given the population and the nature of my research.
This is to stimulate a discussion around boundaries of research, ethics and ownership of "messy data" resulting from creative methods.
A brief outline of intended research in relation to the placements within teacher training.
Irrespective of the types of plagiarism, ultimately plagiarism is a punishable offence. Therefore, it is a good idea to get fully acquainted with the different types of plagiarism in order to be able to effectively avoid difficult situations. You are best advised to err on the side of caution and therefore credit too many authors and originators rather than not crediting others enough. Plagiarism is not a trivial offence, but theft and will be treated as such, irrespective of whether or not you plagiarise intentionally or unintentionally.
This is a brief outline of what Tripp considers as critical incidents.
This is a brief description of Kolb's reflective model.