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What do we define as the creative pedagogies of OSL, how do we value them and enable and convince others to do the same?

At a Glance
Date: Postponed
Time: 2pm to 4:30pm
Location: CAPITAL Studio, Millburn House
Open To: Staff and Postgraduates
Cost: Free (registration required)
Summary: Lecture on Open-Space Learning methods from Dr. Paul Sutton, C&T Theatre

Please note: this event has now been postponed until January. Our apologies for any confusion.

The shaping and exploration of Open-Space Learning (OSL) by the CAPITAL Centre and the HEA-funded OSL project has helped us discover a range of valuable creative teaching methods, whether located temporally, spatially, intellectually, or in this elusive place we call the 'third space'. What we need to do is to identify how we recognise this value and communicate it to others in Higher Education and beyond.

This event invites those with an interest in the idea of OSL to explore common beliefs and values (and those things which differentiate us) and to help us shape a strategy for the future of OSL.

Paul Sutton is Artistic Director of C&T, the applied theatre company mixing drama, learning and digital media. The company has a growing interest in the use of Open Space Technology in formal and informal learning contexts.

Please contact Amy Clarke (amy.clarke@warwick.ac.uk) to register.