The 2nd HEA Arts & Humanities Conference in Brighton took place from 29-30 May. The event was packed with colleagues narrating stories about learning and teaching: the how, what, where and when. The scope and diversity of the presentations and how they related to the conference themes (stories, creating, telling and sharing) was really intriguing. Stories evoke memories and nostalgia, then can engage and inspire. The process of storytelling and constructing narratives is/can be used to relay the relevancy and accuracy of information and grow knowledge. The strength of much of the work presented was the passion and innovation demonstrated by those involved.

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