Monthly Archives: April 2012

“… something brilliant to share”?

Imelda’s last post ends with the hopeful sentence, “Well our job, via this project, is to find a comfortable solution, so that later this year there is something brilliant to share.” One task of this project is to navigate a … Continue reading

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Copyright is a minefield….

The project team and reference group met last week and, having felt buoyed up by the logo, the blog, the tweets, the imminent web presence, I had to come to terms with the actual reality of sharing teaching materials in … Continue reading

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What is Adaptation studies?

Put simply, adaptation studies is the analysis of a text and its adaptation, whether that ‘text’ is a novel, film, dance, play, comic strip, musical score, sculpture, video game, etc. The adaptation might be in the same narrative form, but … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Adapt project blog!

Welcome to the blog for the Adapt project. Adapt will create a repository of Open Educational Resources to enhance learning and teaching in Adaptation studies. The project is led by staff from the University of Tasmania, in partnership with Monash … Continue reading

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