OSL at Warwick
Warwick’s CETLs, since August 2010 merged into the new Institute for Advanced Teaching and Learning, encouraged the uses of enactment, performance, and creativity in a wide range of learning contexts across the University involving students, academic/ non-academic staff. CAPITAL collaborated with cultural organisations including the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC), Northern Broadsides and Cheek by Jowl, among others, applying performance skills to enhance the quality of student learning. The Reinvention Centre, in collaboration with Oxford Brookes, approached enactive learning by integrating research-based learning into the undergraduate curriculum. Both centres established open experimental teaching spaces fostering the development of enactive and flexible modes of learning for students, supplemented by innovative teaching and learning spaces on campus: the Teaching and Learning Grids, for example, and the Research Exchange.