Welcome to the Playful Voices of Academia
Your academic journey into playfulness and that of being playful in higher education is about to begin! ‘The Playful Voices of Academia’ is a project created as a part of the Playful University Platform. This project is created to introduce you to the research done within the field of what we on this platform define as 'Playful Academia'. This is done through the experts who are doing the research themselves. Playful academia covers all the aspects within learning, teaching, research and everything else that goes on in higher education institutions in connection to playfulness and that of being playful in higher education.
You are more than welcome to click around in this online part of the project in the way you find most useful. But if you are up for it we recommend that you to start your journey right here with us - by clicking the "let’s play" button right here under.
We hope you enjoy your knowledge journey and remember that we are always interested in hearing from new playful voices, so do not hesitate to contact us here or on Twitter!
What is 'the Playful Voices of Academia'?
'The Playful Voices of Academia' is a series of academic blog interviews whit expert researchers working within Playful Academia.
What constitutes an academic blog interview?
The interviews have been created as what we call academic blog interviews. All the interviewees are researchers in academia, the interviews are only published in the forms of blog posts and the interviews are written in a length and illustrated with pictures suitable for this format.
We refer to the experts that has been interviewed for this project as “the playful voices of academia” and therefore the interviews are created to disseminate their voices and thoughts on their research within playful academia.
What can the academic blog interviews contribute with?
The academic blog interviews are your way to find the topics within playful academia that you want to read more about. In the academic blog interviews you can hear the voices of the researchers and through these blog posts you can read more about their research