The form of publishing – on experimenting with academic output

Mercier, Julien. ‘Impossible Knowledge.’ O A R: The Oxford Artistic and Practice Based Research Journal Issue 0 (2016), http://www.oarplatform.com/impossible-knowledge/. CC- BY-NC

Mercier, Julien. ‘Impossible Knowledge.’ O A R: The Oxford Artistic and Practice Based Research Journal Issue 0 (2016), http://www.oarplatform.com/impossible-knowledge/. CC-BY-NC

On Wednesday 1 March, join us for a lunch-time session where the O A R team will be talking about their experiences of disseminating inventive research and creative output through their new innovative platform O A R (Oxford Artistic and Practise Based Research Platform).

O A R: The Oxford Artistic and Practice Based Research Platform is an online journal and research platform that engages with new and experimental ways of participating in knowledge production, specifically through practice based research. Practice based research is understood as a form of research that is innovative, dynamic, artistic, and anchored in practice. Although practice based research is becoming a key paradigm across different disciplines, it often remains theoretically enclosed within the realm of the arts. Our goal is to treat it as a broad, multidisciplinary epistemological category, so that its grounds and boundaries can be explored, expanded, questioned and redefined. (from the O A R Platform page http://www.oarplatform.com)

7th Week

Wednesday 1st March

The form of publishing – on experimenting with academic output
12.30-13.30 | Lunchtime talk: Anita Paz (Ruskin School of Art) http://www.oarplatform.com/

Description: The dissemination of inventive research and creative output, the relation between form and content in digital publishing, as well as how to stimulate a cross-disciplinary dialogue of response, will be explored through the presentation of a new practise based research platform (OAR), which was developed through the University IT innovation scheme.
Intended audience: Anyone at the University interested in innovative research methodologies, and publishing dynamic and experimental academic output.
Format: Presentation and discussion
Booking link

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Many of the #OxEngage sessions showcase work done by the University’s IT Innovation Challenges and surface stories relating to the University’s Digital Education Strategy.

The full #OxEngage programme: http://blogs.it.ox.ac.uk/engage/oxengage/2017-2/. Watch this space along with the Engage Facebook page and follow #OxEngage to hear all the latest updates.

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