Edge Hill University
Browse
1/1
2 files

Creative HE zines.pptx

Version 2 2023-11-27, 14:38
Version 1 2023-11-22, 15:18
presentation
posted on 2023-11-27, 14:38 authored by Katharine Terrell

Zines are informal, self-published booklets that have historically been created by marginalised groups to express their voices. These voices are both personal and political, covering topics as wide as race and racism; queer experiences; countercultural movements; music and feminism - but do they have a place in academia? We argue that - when used thoughtfully - zines can be valuable both as a pedagogical tool and as a form of assessment that can evaluate effectiveness of students' communication. This includes students thinking about their own personal and/or academic journeys in concise, non-linear and/or non-textual ways.

History

Advance HE Fellowship status

  • Fellowship

Author's role

  • Educational developer

Accessibility status

  • Has passed accessibility checks