publications

Publications from CCSE

These include:

  • academic papers
  • commissioned research and reports 
  • literature reviews
  • evaluations
  • toolkits

Recent presentations from CCSE colleagues are also available to view.

Leveraging Disability Sport Events: Impacts, Promises, and Possibilities
Laura Misener, Gayle McPherson, David McGillivray, David Legg

British Council (2019) ‘The Art of Peace: the value of culture in post-conflict recovery”

 

A summary document deriving from earlier work undertaken by CCSE which was commissioned on the basis of a successful response to a British Council tender opportunity.

Evaluating Scotland’s London 2012 Cultural Programme (Professor David McGillivray & Professor Gayle McPherson)

SCVO Rapid Review of Evidence for Basic Digital Skils (Professor David McGillivray, Dr Nick Jenkins and Dr Sophie Mamattah)

One Digital Scotland Programme Evaluation (prepared by Professor David McGillivray, Dr Nick Jenkins and Dr Sophie Mamattah, School of Media, Culture & Society)

Digital Commonwealth Teaching Kits

The suite of open source teaching kits created for Digital Commonwealth are archived below. The project included thematic kits, as well as “creative practice” and “creative community” activities for each of the four digital storytelling skills taught in the workshops (blogging, video, audio and social media)

Digital Commonwealth Teaching Kit: Themes Overview

Original on webmaker

Currently remixable on Glitch

Digital Commonwealth Teaching Kit: People Theme

Original created in Mozilla Webmaker, archived on Glitch.

Currently remixable on Glitch

Digital Commonwealth Teaching Kit: Place Theme

Original created in Mozilla Webmaker, archived on Glitch.

Currently remixable on Glitch

Blogs on CCSE publications

The Art of Peace

The Art of Peace

Last week the British Council published ‘The Art of Peace: the value of culture in post-conflict...

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CCSE Presentations

Professor Gayle McPherson “Research Launch: ‘Building A Lasting Peace: New Approaches To Conflict And Recovery”, Global Strategy Forum, National Liberal Club, Whitehall, London (3rd July 2019)