Writing and Praxis: Publication Folio A
Get to know the components writers rely on when undertaking practice-led research. Unpack scholarly methodologies. Draw on these tools to enhance your creative practice.Begin to develop an artefact and exegesis to make up part of a folio of work.
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After successfully completing this subject, students will be able to:
- Identify, evaluate, and critically reflect on a range of complex research tools such as rationales, literature reviews, and research methodologies related to critical and creative practice
- Demonstrate skills in applying complex research tools and research methodologies to a unique example of their own professional practice, creative practice, or scholarship
- Generate a research proposal that is exegetical in nature and that demonstrates a high level of reflexivity towards their creative practice, analytical mastery of related literature, and a critical awareness of new developments in the field.
- What is creative research?
- The nature of creative and practice-led research
- Heritage and genres of practice-led research
- The role of reflection and reflexivity
- The role of subjectivity and creative flow
- Exegetical writing
- Welcome letter
- Printable format materials
You cannot enrol in this subject if you have successfully completed any of the following subject(s) because they are considered academically equivalent:
Students should have completed the 8 subjects comprising the Graduate Diploma of Arts (Writing) before enrolling in this subject.
No special requirements
Develop an understanding of Practice-led Research as it applies to the development of a writing folio. In this subject, you will explore the approaches and methodologies of Practice-led Research and investigate the components of studio-based practice and research. The subject will deepen your understanding of the importance of reflective practice and reflexivity for writers involved in Practice-led Research. It will give you an understanding of how the planning process can assist the creation of, and problem solving for, the production of a major piece of writing. The development of a folio of work, including artefact and exegesis, begins in this subject and is continued in Folio B.
Please note: Assessment values are indicative only; details will be advised at the start of the subject.
- Assignments (60-70%)
- Online Discussion (30-40%)