CREATIVE WORKS

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What is the evidence on the role of the arts in improving health and well-being?

Last year, the World Health Organization presented evidence on the role of the arts in improving health and well-being. A scoping review assures us that the arts can positively impact both mental and physical health. Creative works are an excellent way to alleviate stress and keep ourselves connected to our creative side.

Do you engage in creative works as a way of maintaining your wellbeing?

The Center for Teaching and Learning would like to continue this successful initiative that started at the Day Zero event at the beginning of the semester. We will be collecting examples of your creative works, whether it’s a poem, a piece of artwork, a sketch, a picture, a video, a song or a knitted sweater – it can be anything! By sharing our creative works, we’re strengthening our community and, perhaps, inspiring others as well.

We are also looking for submissions of short video course tours. All the work you have put to streamline your online course and create and engaging environment is also an example of creative work. The video will consist of a quick video tour of your online course or component you are proud of and would like to share with other colleagues.​

Call For Submissions: Creative Works

We will be collecting examples of your creative works, whether it’s a poem, a piece of artwork, a sketch, a song or a knitted sweater! By sharing our creative works, we’re strengthening our community and, perhaps, inspiring others as well.

You can upload the file to a Dropbox folder by clicking on the button below:

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