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The Disruptive Media Learning Lab (DMLL), is a cross-university experimental unit comprising of academics, learning technologists, subject librarians, educational developers and researchers. The Lab is based in the heart of Coventry University’s campus in a newly refurbished space on the top floor of the Frederick Lanchester Library, uniquely designed to promote open dialogues, collaborative work and exploratory play for all interested in defining the 21st century university.

 

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Now Hiring: Research Associate Wanted!
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21st February 2017

The DMLL is looking to recruit an experienced Research Associate to support the Lab’s Horizon 2020 BEACONING Project. The Research Associate…

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Coriolanus Online wins the Reimagine Education Arts & Humanities gold award
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18th December 2016

Coriolanus Online, the first stage of the DMLL-supported Telepresence in Theatre Project, has received the gold award in the Arts…

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Yes we can Inchallah: Morocco OER Strategy Forum
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12th December 2016

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Reposted from the blog of Open Knowledge International‘s Open Education Working Group By Daniel Villar-Onrubia & Javiera Atenas This week…

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DoOO-ing my first DMLL project
6th December 2016

I have been working on a pilot scheme with the DMLL (Disruptive Media Learning Lab) at Coventry University for…

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Drama activities for Health and Wellbeing: Looking back and looking forward / Part 3
5th December 2016

The Arts Gymnasium is an innovative research project which uses theatre and drama activities to contribute to the quality…

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Drama activities for Health and Wellbeing: Looking back and looking forward / Part 2
27th November 2016

The Arts Gymnasium is an innovative research project which uses theatre and drama activities to contribute to the quality…

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Drama activities for Health and Wellbeing: Looking back and looking forward / Part 1
20th November 2016

  The Arts Gymnasium is an innovative research project which uses theatre and drama activities to contribute to the…

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bewilderED: An Experiment in Using Non-Digital, Transmedia Story Telling & Mystery for Exercise Science Education.
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18th November 2016

For a long time I have been obsessed with ‘The Mysterious Package Company’ which can be found here: Mysterious Package…

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We are always on the look out for new collaborations or partnerships to work with in realising our visions for disruptive media learning. Please drop us a line. If you work at Coventry University we’ve a short proposal form to focus your ideas. We look forward to hearing from you and will get back to you ASAP.

 

PDF DocumentDMLL Project Proposal Form
Format: Microsoft Word (.docx)

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collections

Banned Books:
Grapes of Wrath

Banned Books:
Grapes of Wrath

 John Steinbeck – (1939) Attacked for social and political views, stemming from its passionate depiction of the plight of the poor and the working class.  

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Banned Books:
Naked Lunch

Banned Books:
Naked Lunch

William S. Burroughs – (1959) Banned in the USA because of obscenity laws. The books subject matter deals with drug use, sexually explicit acts and obscene language.  

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Banned Books:
Animal Farm

Banned Books:
Animal Farm

George Orwell – (1945) Banned due to criticism of the USSR,  in Kenya because it criticizes ‘corrupt leaders ‘ and also banned in the UAE due the occurrence of a talking pig.

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Banned Books:
Fanny Hill

Banned Books:
Fanny Hill

John Cleland – (1749) Frequently banned and prosecuted for obscene content  

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Banned Books:
Wealth of Nations

Banned Books:
Wealth of Nations

Adam Smith – (1776) Banned in the UK and France for criticizing Mercantilism & in communist nations for it’s capitalist content.  

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Banned Books:
Catch 22

Banned Books:
Catch 22

Joseph Heller – (1961) Banned in Strongsville, Ohio in 1972 due to indecent language.  

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Banned Books:
Ecstasy and Me

Banned Books:
Ecstasy and Me

Hedy Lamarr – (1966) Publishers sued by Lamarr for embellishing and fabricating content with regards to her personal life.

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