Permission to Play

Fostering Enterprise Creativities in Music Technology through Extracurricular Interdisciplinary Collaboration

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This chapter explores how an extra-curricular approach to enabling interdisciplinary collaboration at The University of Huddersfield has helped music technology undergraduates to become enterprising. It explains the format of a collaboration hub (referred to as CollabHub), and following a brief overview of the key concepts that informed this initiative it provides examples that begin to illustrate how we can recognise risk taking, creativity and enterprise in this assessment-free setting. The CollabHub presents a continually evolving context for collaborative play, which is starting to build a community of apprenticeship. It is framed by research that has what David Hargreaves described as a social agenda for examining collaborative creativity in music. Looking ahead, this work considers how we may begin recognising and rewarding enterprise in this kind of extra-curricular context. Considering these themes and the broader implications for creative practice within and beyond a HMEI, it raises implications questions that may guide new research on extra-curricular collaborative play and enterprise development in HMEIs.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationActivating Diverse Musical Creativities
Subtitle of host publicationTeaching and Learning in Higher Music Education
EditorsPamela Burnard, Elizabeth Haddon
PublisherBloomsbury Publishing
Pages75-96
Number of pages22
ISBN (Electronic)9781472589125, 9781472589132
ISBN (Print)9781472589118, 9781350000001
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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Dobson, E. (2015). Permission to Play: Fostering Enterprise Creativities in Music Technology through Extracurricular Interdisciplinary Collaboration. In P. Burnard, & E. Haddon (Eds.), Activating Diverse Musical Creativities: Teaching and Learning in Higher Music Education (pp. 75-96). Bloomsbury Publishing.
Dobson, Elizabeth. / Permission to Play : Fostering Enterprise Creativities in Music Technology through Extracurricular Interdisciplinary Collaboration. Activating Diverse Musical Creativities: Teaching and Learning in Higher Music Education. editor / Pamela Burnard ; Elizabeth Haddon. Bloomsbury Publishing, 2015. pp. 75-96
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Dobson, E 2015, Permission to Play: Fostering Enterprise Creativities in Music Technology through Extracurricular Interdisciplinary Collaboration. in P Burnard & E Haddon (eds), Activating Diverse Musical Creativities: Teaching and Learning in Higher Music Education. Bloomsbury Publishing, pp. 75-96.

Permission to Play : Fostering Enterprise Creativities in Music Technology through Extracurricular Interdisciplinary Collaboration. / Dobson, Elizabeth.

Activating Diverse Musical Creativities: Teaching and Learning in Higher Music Education. ed. / Pamela Burnard; Elizabeth Haddon. Bloomsbury Publishing, 2015. p. 75-96.

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