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Here something that found its way into my inbox… (Yes, I’m also speaking, please don’t let that turn you off…)

You are cordially invited to

 Making the textual visual”: Engaging visual learners with text.

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 Thursday 4th July 2013

Kimberlin Library, De Montfort University


“Making the textual visual” offers Academics, Librarians and Learning Developers an opportunity to share experience and practice. A look at ways of enabling visual and kinaesthetic learners to transcend the text barrier; engaging with text driven disciplines and skills in a visual and tactile way. The day offers the chance to:

  • Experience visual and kinaesthetic learning techniques
  • Hear about the student response and experience of such techniques,
  • Consider the theoretical underpinning to this type of learning,
  • Engage with Critical thinking activities
  • Explore visually enabled reflection
  • Group work to encourage putting these methods into practice
  • A chance to network across disciplines, professions and institutions.

 A day to consider the visual, kinaesthetic, multi-modal, reflective and more cerebral aspects of learning and engagement in a “freed up” expressive working space

This event is free of charge, refreshments and lunch are included.

Interested in attending ? Please book your place through this eventbrite link

 Places are limited,  a waiting list will be in operation.

Any queries , please contact Kaye Towlson ( Please see Prog textual visual LLS logo for details of the full programme