So just imagine for a second that society was a conscious prison of oppression. A place where alternatives were quietly but actively oppressed. Where control was centrally driven through fear […]
Pythagoras said that the most divine art was that of healing. And if the healing art is most divine, it must occupy itself with the soul as well as with […]
I wanted to say thank you, too. I have been told many times to think about sharing my work – Particularly thinking about the professions I may consider working in, […]
On the dawn of the new year and the plans and hopes ahead. Thomas Delahunt reflects and asks the community of butterflies to respond. Using the poem “draw away to […]
This blog is aimed to challenge our thinking about creative curriculum design. Alternative learning experiences at university.
‘When you open yourself to the view of others it’s a risk. Much like the poem at the end of this post suggests ‘at times we will not open our […]
We asked a small group of students what made them feel part of the University community, the responses we gathered covered a wide range of areas.
Broadstairs’ student Dan Loveday reveals how working with Partners in Learning allowed him to discover Canterbury and a whole wealth of other students and staff he may have never met.
Monica recounts her experience working with Partners in Learning to create video material for the Learning & Teaching Conference.
If University has ever got too much and you’ve considered giving up, here are some pointers from a current student (who’s felt like that too!) on where to look for help.