SRHE has recently published my guest blog reflecting on the graphic and poetic versions of my research findings and creating a unique research communication package – the #gwordtour.
The #gwordtour continues its winding route around the country and yesterday pulled up at Keele University where I had been asked to deliver a workshop on #gettinggraphic with research methods for links@keele.
Last week I attended the Society for Research in Higher Education (SRHE) Annual conference at the blingtastic Celtic Manor, Newport, South Wales
Preparations are in full swing for the start of the g word tour – gender and graphics visiting at least 15 different sites in the UK over the next 6 months. I’ll be delivering presentations, workshops, performances and exhibitions focused on the findings of my research project ‘Gender(s) At Work’.
Opportunities for a range of student, academic and professional audiences to explore the use of simple graphic and visual methods as ways of working with