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The Creativity Centre Educational Trust

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Wesley Zepherin

Wesley Zepherin

Wesley has worked extensively in the areas of youth work, play, community development, and the…
Coll Bell

Coll Bell

Coll Bell is an experienced People and Organisational Development practitioner. He leads the…
Dr Richard Perkin

Dr Richard Perkin - Chair

My whole career has involved teaching, working and playing with children, teachers and artists…
Dr Lynda Foster

Dr Lynda Foster

Lynda was born in the United States of America. After receiving her BA at Washington University and…
Sally Bassett

Sally Bassett

Sally started her career as a primary school teacher and quickly became interested in the role…
Sandy OSullivan

Sandy OSullivan

Dr Sandy O'Sullivan is an Aboriginal Australian academic working in the research area of Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education. Sandy is a lifelong Australian Learning and Teaching Fellow exploring alternative dissemination for Indigenous research training, and is a current Australian Research Council Fellow completing a multi-year international project on Indigenous inclusion in the national museum space. 

Sunday, 07 July 2013 16:10

Avoiding the zero-sum game

An Indigenous Australian project-based perspective on creativity and research dissemination.

Sandy O’Sullivan raises important issues relevant to academic researchers everywhere, such as what counts as legitimate research output and how should it be assessed. As she points out, non-text based outputs are now generally acceptable in the arts, but is there as case for these in other areas too, especially in Indigenous research contexts? And when it comes to justifying what counts, who should justify this and what criteria should be used to do so?

Don't forget to watch Sandy's video at the end of this article too.

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