I’m looking forward to taking part in UAL’s Learning and Teaching Day at LCC on 14th January 2015. This year not just attending, enjoying and being inspired by the sessions on the day, I will also be co-presenting a session with Cara Lee Roth – Evaluating Student Experience in Industry Projects.
Visual Rhetoric is a collaboration between the LSE and UAL (LCC) with a recently designed and launched public presence available at www.visualrhetoric.ac.uk. This fascinating knowledge exchange project brings together designers and researchers from the social sciences, arts and humanities.
Here follows an overview of the collaboration between the eLearning Teams of UAL (CLTAD) and LSE and the academic teams to provide additional resources to support this project. Continue reading
This brought together 6 speakers and a lively audience comprising mainly UAL students and alumni to debate and explore ways in which online profiles can be beneficial – as well as reviewing the potential pitfalls and how to avoid and recover from them. The slides for my presentation are @ http://goo.gl/oLmrv
This was an extremely interesting and enjoyable event which explored a wide variety of themes related to online profiles, digital identity and digital life – for more information have a look @: http://goo.gl/rlYrR
I took part in the Learning Studio’s inaugural ‘Bar Camp’ event held @ LCC last week – Thursday 10th February. This was an informal, informative and very enjoyable event where practitioners from all over UAL shared their expertise and experience of using a variety of media in their teaching and learning. This included: the use of streaming video (in this case using simple Flip cams for filming); the Process Arts website – http://process.arts.ac.uk; Jackson Jessop’s website which houses a wealth of useful information about video production – http://www.thekitroom.net; production and distribution of screencasts using tools such as Camtasia, Jing and Camstudio; production and use of audio material; online publishing – using platforms such as Issuu http://issuu.com/. All very useful stuff with plenty of opportunities for peer-to-peer learning, kinesthetic learning – and having fun! (The latter evidenced by the videos produced by participants in the ‘documenting the cupcake decoration’ exercise :-)) Further information and videos also available @ http://process.arts.ac.uk/content/cup-cake-video