401 Works

Broadening Understanding of Environmental Communication through Transdisciplinary Narratives on Climate Change - A Creative & Critical Exploration

Sara Jones
This body of research contributes to the field of environmental communication, by expanding upon the more traditional notion of one-way 'messaging'. Rather, by integrating theory and practice, environmental communication is posited as developing a community’s own ecological storytelling capacity, and enhancing local capacity to identify and address environmental problems. The work draws from concepts in many fields including media communication, and the environmental humanities, but is grounded in creative practice as research.

This item contains the...

4. Dear Carnegie Hall: Production

Ruth Farrar
This creative practice-based research investigates how digital technologies can be used to successfully capture the complexities of understanding history’s multiple perspectives and perceptions of the past. The result is an artefact entitled Dear Carnegie Hall: an interactive storytelling app commissioned by Carnegie Hall in New York to commemorate the music venue’s 125th anniversary.
This item contains documentation of the production.

Dear Carnegie Hall: utilising new media technologies to unlock multiple perspectives of the past

Ruth Farrar, Barney Heywood & Lucy Telling
This creative practice-based research investigates how new media technologies can be used to successfully capture the complexities of understanding history’s multiple perspectives and perceptions of the past. The result is an artefact entitled Dear Carnegie Hall: an interactive storytelling app commissioned by Carnegie Hall in New York to commemorate the music venue’s 125th anniversary.
In her role as researcher and app producer, Dr. Ruth Farrar from Bath Spa University collaborated with industry partners Barney Heywood...

Shextreme: Creating Impact Through Participatory Action Research: a film festival framework case study

Ruth Farrar
This research project investigates a film festival approach to public engagement as research utilising the case study Shextreme Film Festival: the world’s first film festival celebrating women in extreme sports and adventure.
It explores how engaging with communities through Shextreme Film Festival leads to three key research findings. First, it results in a new understanding of industry gaps and barriers facing female adventure filmmakers and photographers, which leads to a co-designed international training and...

F: Shextreme 4: Launch of Shextreme Alliance

Ruth Farrar
This project identifies and investigates a film festival as a participatory action research method and framework for researchers seeking impact.

Research is centred on the case study Shextreme Film Festival: the world’s first film festival celebrating women in extreme sports and adventure.
This item contains audio-visual documentation of the fourth Shextreme Film Festival, a digital copy of the festival's printed programme magazine and the promo video launching Shextreme Alliance, which was launched at Shextreme Film Festival...

TAPS poster 2015.pdf

Sarah Earle
A summary poster produced in 2015 for the third year of the Teacher Assessment in Primary Science (TAPS) project which is based at Bath Spa Institute for Education and funded by the Primary Science Teaching Trust.
TAPS aims to develop support for valid, reliable and manageable teacher assessment, which will have a positive impact on pupil learning in primary science.

Working scientifically butterfly

Sarah Earle
As part of Bath Spa University's Teacher Assessment in Primary Science (TAPS) project, Victoria Park Primary School developed a 'Working Scientifically Butterfly'. Using their school emblem of a butterfly, it is filled with scientific enquiry skills. teacher can put this on their wall to use a a teaching aid, for example, teachers could ask the children: 'what are we/have we focused on today?'Further information and an explanation of how the school use the tool can...

Working scientifically butterfly

Sarah Earle
As part of Bath Spa University's Teacher Assessment in Primary Science (TAPS) project, Victoria Park Primary School developed a 'Working Scientifically Butterfly'. Using their school emblem of a butterfly, it is filled with scientific enquiry skills. teacher can put this on their wall to use a a teaching aid, for example, teachers could ask the children: 'what are we/have we focused on today?'Further information and an explanation of how the school use the tool can...

alternate between attention and ease_score

James Saunders
alternate between attention and ease explores cognitive load and the way we remember associations between pairs of unrelated elements. Cognitive load is the amount of mental effort needed to remember things in different situations. An example of it in practice is the children's party game where a tray of objects is displayed before being hidden, and then participants are asked to remember as many of the items as possible. The difficulty of this task is...

Appendix C - Information and Consent Form - Interview - Using Creative Writing to Explore Identity Formation: A Participatory Study with Adolescents in Post-Conflict Colombia (PhD Thesis)

This document has been uploaded as an appendix for the thesis, Using Creative Writing to Explore Identity Formation: A Participatory Study with Adolescents in Post-Conflict Colombia.
This item contains the final version of the Information and Consent Form for the conducting of interviews, shared with the individual participants. The open access version deposited here is redacted where necessary to protect personal details.

Appendix D - Project presentation letter for School - Using Creative Writing to Explore Identity Formation: A Participatory Study with Adolescents in Post-Conflict Colombia (PhD Thesis)

This document has been uploaded as an appendix for the thesis, Using Creative Writing to Explore Identity Formation: A Participatory Study with Adolescents in Post-Conflict Colombia.
This item contains the final version of the Project presentation letter shared with the School participating in the project. The open access version deposited here is redacted where necessary to protect personal details.

Appendix G - Workshop 2 - Writing together - Using Creative Writing to Explore Identity Formation: A Participatory Study with Adolescents in Post-Conflict Colombia (PhD Thesis)

This document has been uploaded as an appendix for the thesis, Using Creative Writing to Explore Identity Formation: A Participatory Study with Adolescents in Post-Conflict Colombia.
This item contains the writing workshop plan for Workshop 2: Writing together.

Appendix M - Reflective Narrative - Using Creative Writing to Explore Identity Formation: A Participatory Study with Adolescents in Post-Conflict Colombia (PhD Thesis)

This document has been uploaded as an appendix for the thesis, Using Creative Writing to Explore Identity Formation: A Participatory Study with Adolescents in Post-Conflict Colombia.
This item contains the writing worksheet for creation of a Reflective Narrative.

Appendix Q - Extract Researcher Diary - Using Creative Writing to Explore Identity Formation: A Participatory Study with Adolescents in Post-Conflict Colombia (PhD Thesis)

This document has been uploaded as an appendix for the thesis, Using Creative Writing to Explore Identity Formation: A Participatory Study with Adolescents in Post-Conflict Colombia.
This item contains an extract from the researcher's diary written while undertaking the study. The open access version deposited here is redacted where necessary to protect personal details.

Appendix S - Photos - Using Creative Writing to Explore Identity Formation: A Participatory Study with Adolescents in Post-Conflict Colombia (PhD Thesis)

The files on this record have been uploaded as an appendix for the thesis, Using Creative Writing to Explore Identity Formation: A Participatory Study with Adolescents in Post-Conflict Colombia.
This item contains photos from the writing workshops and other events held during the study. The open access versions deposited here have been edited or redacted where necessary to protect identities and personal details.

Images used with permission.

The photos on this record are under copyright of the...

Appendix S - Photos - Using Creative Writing to Explore Identity Formation: A Participatory Study with Adolescents in Post-Conflict Colombia (PhD Thesis)

The files on this record have been uploaded as an appendix for the thesis, Using Creative Writing to Explore Identity Formation: A Participatory Study with Adolescents in Post-Conflict Colombia.
This item contains photos from the writing workshops and other events held during the study. The open access versions deposited here have been edited or redacted where necessary to protect identities and personal details.

Images used with permission.

The photos on this record are under copyright of the...

Appendix A - Information and Consent Form - Participants - Using Creative Writing to Explore Identity Formation: A Participatory Study with Adolescents in Post-Conflict Colombia (PhD Thesis)

This document has been uploaded as an appendix for the thesis, Using Creative Writing to Explore Identity Formation: A Participatory Study with Adolescents in Post-Conflict Colombia.
This item contains the final version of the Information and Consent Form shared with the individual participants. The open access version deposited here is redacted where necessary to protect personal details.

Appendix P - 'Of Life as a Book' Creative work - Using Creative Writing to Explore Identity Formation: A Participatory Study with Adolescents in Post-Conflict Colombia (PhD Thesis)

Camila Fuentes Díaz
This document has been uploaded as an appendix for the thesis, Using Creative Writing to Explore Identity Formation: A Participatory Study with Adolescents in Post-Conflict Colombia.

This item contains the creative work, Of Life as a Book, produced by the participants in the study.
The open access version deposited here is redacted where necessary to exclude material under copyright and to protect personal details.
Where images are used with the artist's permission in this document, they are...

Inspiration: Pinned insects in display cases at Insectarium, Montreal, Canada

Anthony Head
The rows of butterflies and beetles on display in this museum provided further inspiration for the iMigration project.

A selection of the final butterfly designs

Anthony Head
The final butterfly designs were organised into pairs so that each pattern to the 'front' of the individual butterfly had a corresponding pattern for the 'back' of the butterfly on a separate document. This file shows the first 10 double sided pages of butterfly designs. 90 out of the 5000 butterflies created for the sculpture.

A selection of the final butterfly designs

Anthony Head
The final butterfly designs were organised into pairs so that each pattern to the 'front' of the individual butterfly had a corresponding pattern for the 'back' of the butterfly on a separate document. This file shows the first 10 double sided pages of butterfly designs. 90 out of the 5000 butterflies created for the sculpture.

The final iMigration sculpture installed in Bath Abbey, England

Anthony Head
The digital printed sculpture was on display in Bath Abbey, Bath, England as part of the 'Forest of Imagination' project on 3 - 24 June 2016. Its dimensions when fully constructed were 5m x 10m.

A second version of the project iMigration 2 was on display at Bath Abbey for a year from February 2017.

Ambient Literature Participant Research

Michael Marcinkowski &
This dataset contains transcripts of interviews with participants as part of the Ambient Literature research project. These interviews were conducted in June and July 2017 and March, April, and May of 2018 regarding participants' experiences of commissioned works of new media. Interviews were conducted face to face immediately after they completed one of the experiences or were conducted later over the telephone or Skype. The interviews were conducted in a semi structured fashion, following interview...

TAPS feedback forms 2016

Sarah Earle
Teacher Assessment in Primary Science (TAPS) project feedback forms (N=200) from dissemination and CPD events in 2016.

Empathy Group - Meeting 6 Notes, 26 April 2016

Miranda Barnes
This item contains meeting notes for the sixth meeting of the Empathy Group, an interdisciplinary research group at Bath Spa University.

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