Supporting Movement Based Doctoral Research at a Distance (Zoom gathering during Covid-19 pandemic)

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Supporting Movement Based Doctoral Research at a Distance (Zoom gathering during Covid-19 pandemic)

This recording is of a zoom call convened by Prof Vida Midgelow in which we share experiences, supervisory adaptations and ways of addressing regulatory issues in and arising from lockdown across our various locations and institutions.

The Zoom call took place on Friday 15th May at 2.00-3.15 (UK time), with c.40 attendees from across the UK and internationally.

We initiated this online gathering as while we share concerns with supervisors and PhD candidates across disciplines, as creative movement researcher’s we have perhaps particular challenges due to the collaborative, embodied, situated and experiential, nature of our research.

Audio recording

The recording includes considerations relating to:

Enhancing wellbeing, motivation and community

Online supervisions

Taking up/developing innovations in online learning

Supporting, doing, making and sharing of creative practice at a distance and ‘in place’

Examination processes for creative practice and online vivas

The presenters are:  Vida Midgelow (Middlesex University), Bob Whalley (Roehampton University), Sarah Whatley (Coventry University) and Stefanie Sachsenmaier (Middlesex University)

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