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Arts Based Educational Research SIG Annual Meeting

This meeting is open to Non Members to also attend.

Join the Arts Based Educational Research SIG annual meeting to network with colleagues, learn about the activities of the SIG over the last year and plans for the next academic year.

  • We’ll have a general discussion on the following topic: ‘What impact can arts-based educational research offer as we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic?’ We invite a range of responses on this issue, but suggest some additional questions for consideration:
    • How arts education has been affected by the pandemic
    • The residual issues which arts-based educational research can address
    • Effective arts-based methods of inquiry
  • Planning upcoming events, such as a SIG conference and podcast on the issues explored in our discussion
  • If you would like to share your research in a 3-minute slot during the meeting, please contact Adam at by July 1st 2021.

This meeting will be hosted on Zoom, where you will have the opportunity to network and speak to other SIG members. You must register via this page to receive the Zoom link the day before the meeting


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Adam Hart, Dr

Lecturer at University of Salford

Adam Hart is a lecturer in music technology at the University of Salford. He has a background in secondary education and audio programming, and his research interests involve digital technology, musical communication and creative pedagogy, and...

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Jill Lloyd-Jones, Ms

Arts Education Consultant/Author/Sessional Lecturer at N/A

Jill Lloyd-Jones is a Drama Specialist with an M.Ed. in Arts Curriculum and has been a popular teacher and consultant for schools and universities in Canada. As a teacher practitioner, her classroom was the focus of research by British and...

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Laura Louise Nicklin, Dr

Lecturer at University of Wolverhampton

Dr Laura Nicklin is an Early Career Researcher from the Psychology Department, in the faculty of Education, Health and Wellbeing, at the University of Wolverhampton. She completed her PhD February 2020, investigating Shakespeare Focussed...