We Have a Situation, Coventry!

Katherine Wimpenny, Helen Varley Jamieson

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Abstract

We Have a Situation, Coventry! explored the use of a browser-based online performance environment, UpStage, combined with offline participatory platforms as venues for dialogue-based creative practice and innovative learning experiences. Specifically, We Have a Situation, Coventry! addressed questions about the relationship between a city centre university and local community issues, through workshops and a live, online-offline performance developed through active participant involvement in a community theatre space.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationVirtual Worlds
Subtitle of host publicationConcepts Applications and Future Directions
EditorsElizabeth Falconer, Maricarmen Gil Ortega
PublisherNova Science Publishers
ISBN (Print)978-1536130997
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2018

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Keywords

  • virtual worlds
  • managing difference
  • community
  • hybrid learning spaces
  • disruptive pedagogy

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Wimpenny, K., & Varley Jamieson, H. (2018). We Have a Situation, Coventry! In E. Falconer, & M. Gil Ortega (Eds.), Virtual Worlds: Concepts Applications and Future Directions Nova Science Publishers.

We Have a Situation, Coventry! / Wimpenny, Katherine; Varley Jamieson, Helen.

Virtual Worlds: Concepts Applications and Future Directions. ed. / Elizabeth Falconer; Maricarmen Gil Ortega. Nova Science Publishers, 2018.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Wimpenny, K & Varley Jamieson, H 2018, We Have a Situation, Coventry! in E Falconer & M Gil Ortega (eds), Virtual Worlds: Concepts Applications and Future Directions. Nova Science Publishers.
Wimpenny K, Varley Jamieson H. We Have a Situation, Coventry! In Falconer E, Gil Ortega M, editors, Virtual Worlds: Concepts Applications and Future Directions. Nova Science Publishers. 2018
Wimpenny, Katherine ; Varley Jamieson, Helen. / We Have a Situation, Coventry!. Virtual Worlds: Concepts Applications and Future Directions. editor / Elizabeth Falconer ; Maricarmen Gil Ortega. Nova Science Publishers, 2018.
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