- It started with an app
- — Gabriele Neher (@GabrieleNeher)Fri, May 24 2013 19:22:26
- — Alex Moseley (@AlexM11)Tue, May 28 2013 21:37:16
- our story begins
- — Laura *LJ* Jones (@lj_laurajones)Wed, May 29 2013 05:31:25
- with a journey
- — Alex Moseley (@AlexM11)Tue, May 28 2013 15:30:26
- — Dr Hedley Roberts (@hedleyroberts)Wed, May 29 2013 08:18:20
- people experienced the usual British seaside angst - will it rain?
- with characteristic optimism . . .
- — Prof CatherineHarper (@ProfCathHarper)Mon, May 27 2013 19:33:41Ah, meringues, cream and strawberries to complete a perfect sunny Brighton BH... and looking forward to #storyville13 later in week...
- — Hannah Hames (@HannahHames)Fri, May 24 2013 15:16:37
- and understandable pragmatism . . .
- But then . . . look what happened . . .
- some of us began with a nice breakfast of pastries and policy
- — Vicky Gunn (@StacyGray45)Wed, May 29 2013 07:21:46At HEA sponsored round table on the future of the Arts & Humanities prior to giving my keynote at Storyville Conference #Storyville13
Storyville13: HEA A&H annual conference
On 29-30 May over 200 Arts and Humanities people gathered in Brighton to share their stories of teaching and supporting learning in higher education. Here's how the action unfolded on Twitter.
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