101 Creative Ideas Project
Dear friends,

The 101 Creative Ideas project is a fantastic opportunity for you to share your ideas on how to encourage, support and/or assess students' creativity in higher education. Ideas can be big or small but we are looking for concise descriptions of no more than 50-80 words.

So, if you are doing something that is interesting or novel in your practice or have an idea that others could try, please fill in the form below and share your idea.

All ideas will be credited and made available through an online OER collection under a CC BY NC 4.0 licence.

Thank you for your contributions,
Eleanor Hannan and Chrissi Nerantzi

Your name(s)
Your answer
Your social media handles
Twitter id, Linkedin, etc. if you would like us to mention you when we promote your idea in the project.
Your answer
Your email address(es)
Your answer
Your discipline(s)
Your answer
Describe your creative idea (in 50-80 words!)
Your idea should make sense to colleagues from a wide range of disciplines and cultures. We may make small amendments to your submission for the sake of clarity.
Your answer
Practitioner's comments
Please tell us what you like about this idea, why it works for you and your students, or what it might do for others. (20-30 words)
Your answer
Do you need to credit anyone else for this idea?
Please give author names, license details and/or references here.
Your answer
I am happy for my idea to become an Open Education Resource (OER) made available with Creative Commons license CC BY-NC 4.0 *
Please note that if you do not agree to this term, we won't be able to use your idea in this project! For more information about the Creative Commons license, go to https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/
I am happy for my idea to be included in a printed version that may be sold at production value. *
Thank you so much for adding your idea. We can't wait to see your contributions.
Eleanor Hannan @EHannan14 and Chrissi Nerantzi @chrissinerantzi
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