Faculty of Arts

The Faculty of Arts at Aarhus University is one of the largest environments for research and education
in Northern Europe. We investigate human cultural and social forms of expression and practice.

Faculty of Arts

At the Faculty of Arts we investigate
human cultural and social forms of
expression and practice.

Events at Arts in English

Tue 28 Mar
10:15-15:30 | Det Kongelige Bibliotek/Statsbiblioteket i Aarhus, ved Ndr. Ringgade i undervisningslokale M0
Litteratursøgning og referencehåndtering for PhD studerende på Arts, AU (dag 1 ud af 2)
Kurset vil give et overblik over både generelle og fagspecifikke databaser, opslagsværker, fuldtekstressourcer m.m. Deltagerne bliver præsenteret for forskellige søgestrategier, for referencehåndtering, og for værktøjer og metoder for forskningsovervågning. Endelig vil kurset give deltagerne et indblik i the literature reviews rolle i afhandlingen. Husk: tilmeldingsfrist senest d. 27/3-17
Tue 28 Mar
14:00-16:00 | Aarhus University, Center for Teaching Development and Digital Media, Paludan Müllers Vej 48, 8200 Aarhus N, Room 139 (streamed at Campus Emdrup in room D120).
CHEF event: Scoping and designing future online higher education
CHEF Talk by visiting fellow Alex Moseley and PhD fellow John Lean
Tue 28 Mar
14:00-16:00 | Centre for Teaching Development and Digital Media (CUDiM), Building 5620/139, Paludan-Müllers Vej 48, 8200 Aarhus N
CUDiM/CHEF Talk: Participatory and playful approaches to analogue, digital and online education: some future directions
Joint external seminar on future trends and potentials in participatory analogue, digital and online education hosted by Center for Teaching Development and Digital Media in collaboration with the Centre for Higher Education Futures. This seminar focuses on potentials in adopting more participatory and playful approaches and attitudes when designing for and engaging students in higher education. Particularly, it will focus on the potentials of adopting a participatory playful approach for widening participation in HE, encouraging student engagement and designing for participation in online education – also on a massive scale such as found in e.g. MOOCs. The seminar itself will give examples of and demonstrate this approach.