Monthly Archives: June 2012

Practice in the curriculum

Practice in the curriculum i.e. how far is digital capability considered in practice as a learning/graduate outcome in curriculum design? Key streams for Technology Board: London College of Fashion has recently carried out an in-depth survey in Teaching and Learning, … Continue reading

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What do we do with the technologies we use?

What do staff, students (etc) actually do with the technologies they use, and within the policy and support frameworks provided? Blogs:  Online Reflective Practice group: Baselining notes #1 – http://dial.myblog.arts.ac.uk/2012/01/25/online-reflective-practice-group-baselining-notes-1/ Online Reflective Practice group: Baselining notes #2 – http://dial.myblog.arts.ac.uk/2012/01/25/online-reflective-practice-group-baselining-notes-2/  Case … Continue reading

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What Software do staff, students etc actually use?

Software: Each College has a wide variety of software and equipment to meet the specialist needs of each course, form video to laser cutting. There are certain key technologies, which came through a pilot survey (http://dial.myblog.arts.ac.uk/category/survey/) that students would like … Continue reading

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What technologies do staff, students etc actually use?

Online: Blogs: Piloting a blog service for University of the Arts London – including user feedback slides – http://prezi.com/1cu8dudhdta_/piloting-a-blog-service-for-university-of-the-arts-london-including-user-feedback-slides/ VLE: Moving towards Moodle – http://dial.myblog.arts.ac.uk/2012/01/29/moving-towards-moodle/ Websites/web 2.0: See section 4d (Innovation, new ideas and approaches is this area have tended … Continue reading

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Grassroots development

What opportunities do services have to develop their own digital literacies (could include admin and estates staff as well as the obviously student-facing services). Innovation, new ideas and approaches is this area have tended to emerge from grass roots activity … Continue reading

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Support (IT Competencies)

What are the ToR of professional services with a remit to support student digital literacy? How do they provide support? What are the ToR of professional services with a remit to support staff capability? How do they provide support? IT … Continue reading

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Infrastructure

How well does the University support students and staff to use the technologies they need or elect to use for study, research, teaching etc. (i.e. hardware, software, networks and ICT support)? a)    UAL Staff ‘flexible’ development & learning #UALgaps: “The … Continue reading

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ALTO Arts Learning and Teaching Online

ALTO is a project funded by HEFCE to develop the capacity of the UAL to participate in the rapidly developing open educational community movement. The aim is for ALTO to become a permanent part of the UAL learning and teaching … Continue reading

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UAL Research Online

UAL Research Online is the online showcase of the research produced at University of the Arts London. We hold, manage, share and preserve the research material produced by the University’s researchers, and ensure that it reaches the widest possible audience. … 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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