Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com #1 — Canvas and guiding star https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1acvPtyQKOw #2 — Content mapping Now that you have created your canvas, have read a lot of material and have made notes in the books, you are ready for the ‘content mapping.’ This technique is what I personally call a ‘Content Manual.’ This means that … Continue reading Tutorial: Start writing your beginner thesis
Photo by bruce mars on Pexels.com #1 — What to write about? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKp0nE8Xrgk #2 — Purpose and agenda Ok, so now you have a topic. Don't move too fast to methodology and method. Instead, start with the following questions: What do you want to investigate/find out and why?What is your agenda or purpose by doing … Continue reading Tutorial: A 3 minutes kick-starter for your beginner thesis
An Open Access, peer-reviewed research monograph. Download Informed Play for free here Abstract "Informed Play presents a conceptual understanding of tone production based on extensive historical research on primary sources, modern literature and handbook reviews, physical and psychological perspectives as well as on technology. As the first volume in English to discuss and contextualise the … Continue reading New book out: Informed Play
Today, my contribution as Expert Evaluator was given attention in a Norwegian news article at the University of Agder. Athored by Jan Arve Olsen. Read the news article here.
Today, I was notified that I have received the honours of being elected a full member of the Agder Academy of Sciences and Letters.
2018 has begun, and I am happy to spend the semester working on my recently funded (by DDU) educational project: ‘SERVICE: Skill, Experience and Relevance in a Varied study environment by Integrating Canvas in Education.’ The project will mark the beginning of a new era for our Master students at the University of Agder, Department … Continue reading SERVICE-project funded
The new research group REMP: Reconfiguring Early Modern Performance is up and running. Visit REMP here.