These two areas underpin how informed student’s work is. We don’t want them to work in a bubble, but we don’t want them to copy either. What we really want is to see advanced synthesis of ideas for personal responses.

Making Analysis Functional

Making Analysis Functional

Looking for ways of making sure analysis is in depth and relevant? This article looks at reasons why students might just write that they “like” the work and how to give them rigorous analytical skills.

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Increasing the Use of Books – the book log

Increasing the Use of Books – the book log

Ever despaired at students not making more use of the library? Ever wondered how you could help them recognise the beauty and potential of books? This resource uses a reflection method to help students engage with the library and books.

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Investigating as an Art Student

Investigating as an Art Student

The concept of art as research is nothing new, but it is so exciting. This resource explores how to emphasise the investigational aspect of engaging with an idea from an artistic perspective.

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