Uncovering and discovering creative practices that foster student and staff engagement
This special issue is a potpourri of vibrant contributions that evidence the importance of creativity for personal and professional development across disciplines and contexts. Creativity has clearly been recognised and embraced by practitioners aiming to diversify provision and develop creative confidence and capabilities that make learning and teaching stimulating and exciting for students and staff.
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