Innovation is a necessary response to change and critical to the design and adoption of new spaces for learning. Three case studies address academic innovation in this chapter. First, in case study no. 9 I discuss academic innovation with Anne Nortcliffe; a close colleague and a creative and resilient innovator, committed to her subject and her students. Second, Toby Carter, an innovative teacher and faculty Director of Learning and Teaching at Anglia Ruskin University, reflects on his experience of adopting new methods and supporting innovative colleagues in case study 10. Third, in case study no. 11, Shaun Hides discusses how the Disruptive Media Learning Lab (DMLL) at Coventry University was established to promote disruptive innovation at an institutional level.
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