Book launch: Playful Academia – Thinking, Voices, Practices & Activities from the Field
PUP Talk (webinar) - free and open to all
Info about event
- Josephine Solheim is Assistant Professor at the Department of Social Education, VIA University College Ikast. She recently completed her master’s degree in ICT-based educational design from Centre for Teaching Development and Digital Media at Aarhus University and she is Chief Digital Officer of the Playful University Platform project. Twitter: @JosephineSolhe1
- Rikke Toft Nørgård is Associate Professor at the Department of Educational Theory and Curriculum Studies, Danish School of Education, Aarhus University. She is in the steering committee of Center for Higher Education Futures, AU, elected board member of The Philosophy and Theory of Higher Education Society, elected board member of Danish Network for Educational Development in Higher Education and Director of the Playful University Platform project. Twitter: @RikkeToftN
- Kimie Jay Bukholt is a Master student of Arts (MA) in ICT-based educational design at the Department of Educational Theory and Curriculum Studies, Danish School of Education, Aarhus University, and an intern at the Playful University Platform. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Education in the subjects of Science and History. Twitter: @jay_kimie
At the webinar the three author/editors will present and share the digital book Playful Academia – Thinking, Voices, Practices & Activities from the Field
The book launch marks the ending of the PUP Thematic Webinar Series 2 on ‘Design(ing) for Playful Higher Education’ and celebrates the 2-year anniversary of PUP – The Playful University Platform project. Besides presenting, sharing and celebrating the book along with the work of PUP and all its playfellows there will also be time for sharing ideas and thoughts about the future work of PUP as well as some academic winter play.
Bring a celebratory drink and/or outfit.
Please register before 27.01.2021. A Zoom-link will be shared with the participants closer to the event.