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  • Laus deo? On composers' expression of their spirituality

    We might assume that composers of previous epochs were deeply religious people - but have we any proof of that? On the other hand the second half of the twentieth century witnessed the rise and rise of the overtly spiritual composer. Postmodern composers after Messaien seem to wear their spirituality on their sleeves. It becomes for them a readily expressed identification tag - a label, for all to see. But is it for real, and can audiences today really empathize with the spiritual in a compos...

    Educators creating a knowledge-base of a profession of educators

    This themed issue comprises articles by educators who successfully completed the Master’s units tutored by Marie Huxtable and Jack Whitehead, and they were accredited by the University of Bath (UK) between 2008 and 2010. Their articles show how, even after years of a straight-jacket in the form of targets and a UK national curriculum and years of teachers being trained to ‘deliver’ content, there are educators who have the courage and confidence to reflect, research their understanding of the...

    Assessing assessment: new developments in assessment design, feedback practices and marking in higher education

    Assessment strongly influences students’ learning. Well designed and managed, it has the power to drive learning more than any other aspect of the student experience. However, it is also the aspect of the lecturer’s role which has most potential for difficulty and low student satisfaction. This chapter introduces key theories, issues and practical methods in assessment. It draws on the ideas of assessment of, for and as learning to frame debate about how assessment practice can meet the need ...

    Managing Complex Change Collaboratively

    The Higher Education Academy (HEA) and the UK Leadership Foundation supports UK higher education institutions to achieve complex cultural change through its annual Change Academy (CA) programme. This chapter describes the creation of a new collaborative network of academic libraries in the north of England following an intensive cross-institutional planning initiative and presence at the HEA Change Academy Conference and subsequent work in 2010-11 that launched the COLLABORATE! Project and th...

    Interview: Preview Magazine

    Jane Topping is interviewed by Ben Harman, curator of GoMA (Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow).
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