Category Archives: Expertise/attitudes

How capable do staff and students feel with digital technologies? How relevant are their skills for their specific roles?
What are the challenges that mean practice needs to change? e.g. new graduate outcomes, new student expectations…

What are stakeholders saying? What do they need/want/expect from their use of technology?

What do students need/want/expect from their use of digital technology in study/research/professional development?

How do staff feel about using technology for research, for teaching, in professional/admin roles?

Assessing these last three will be difficult and collating instruments to do this will be a significant task (and an important outcome) for the programme.

Practice, expertise and views may usefully be amalgamated in questionnaires, focus groups, interviews etc and in fact it’s generally better to ask about confidence/competence while also addressing specific practices and future requirements.

Digital vision & future

What would progress look like from start-up to end-point? Is it realistic to expect progress in some of these over just two years? DIAL perspectives are: Senior Management support and buy in UAL digital programme & strategy Course leaders support … Continue reading

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Expertise (and maybe attitudes?)

How capable do staff and students feel with digital technologies? How relevant are their skills for their specific roles? DIAL survey up to 100 students interviewed by students: “Most said students are usually of the younger generation, and so their … Continue reading

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process.arts.ac.uk

http://process.arts.ac.uk/ an open online resource sharing day-to-day arts practice and research of arts staff, students, alumni and practitioners. Log in using your UAL user & password or if your not a member of UAL please create a new account. We … Continue reading

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