Scholarship

GIG Creates Scholarship is an online space where the research, scholarship and original work of employees of the Grimsby Institute is collated. 

The submissions range in size and scope.  Some are full articles; others are abstracts, or reflections on practice.  Some are photographs of original work or video of events. 

The Grimsby Institute encourages all staff to engage in research and scholarship which develops the knowledge within their discipline, develops the pedagogy within their discipline or researches our overall pedagogy.

By submitting the artefacts, the authors have made claim to the work being their original work and their intellectual property with others’ ideas referenced as necessary.

In order to submit an artefact for consideration or if you have any questions please email heqa@grimsby.ac.uk.

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File Theresa Marriott : Implications on Teacher Professionalism When Cross Sector Working

File Angela Pearson : Teachers with Dyslexia in Creative arts and support through HE establishments

File Various : Synopsis for Grimsby Instiutute Teaching and Learning Conference

File Kirsty Marris : Professionalism in Education

File James Greenwood : Finding the Character: The impact of prosthetic make-up and creature suits on the actor’s performance

File Amanda Boyd : Reflection on my higher studies- Masters of Business Administration

File Anjali Wierny : The Equality Test: Egalitarian Gender Representation in Film

File Louise Thornton : Determining the coherence of Universal Human Rights and the impacts on the Bahai’i in Iran.

File Adrian Mills : Do You Play or Do You Watch? Exploring the Dichotomy of how We Experience Video Games in The Streaming Age

File Dan Carter : How can the 'Local TV Network' exist beyond a terrestrial platform in this digital age?

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