Submission of work:
May 3rd 2019 is the submission date for all work across all modules of the MAPP programmes. Work is to be submitted via Turnitin by 23:59 (please don't leave it until this time though in case of computer/system problems...please submit your work in good time. Any late submissions are classed as non-submissions and receive a fail grade.
The Turnitin drop box is under your Module folder on your MAPP (DTP, DANCE or Somatic Studies) page on UniHub. Please check that you have found this and tried submitting work ahead of the deadline. You can re-submit work, each new submission simply replaces the previous one, up until the deadline date/time on May 3.
Please email a copy of your submitted work to us as Programme Leaders so that we have it as a back-up in case of any problems with turnitn. Please email to both email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org again by the deadline. This is simply as a back-up, we cannot accept any late submissions via email in the same way that they will not be accepted via turnitin.
Finalists on the MAPP DTP and MAPP Dance programmes will present their research over two days in May also. Each student will share the journey of their research inquiry and their professional artefact with us as the culmination of their MAPP programme. All MAPP students are invited and encouraged to attend these to support the MAPP community and to get an insight into others areas of research and practice. Details below:
Please let us know via email if you intend to attend via skype so that we can call you in.
MA Professional Practice, Dance Technique Pedagogy
MA Professional Practice Dance
Thursday May 9th and Friday May 10th 2019
Room C106 (College Building) please go to Main reception on arrival
Middlesex University London
Presentations will run from 13.00-16.00 (UK time)
Each presentation (including sharing of the artefact) is 30mins in length with some time for questions/comments afterwards.
You do not have to attend for the whole session but please be mindful of timings if you are dipping in and out of the session.