Jo Morrison @ CSM explores what digital literacy means within a dynamic arts and design educational environment and some of her thoughts are captured in a recent blog posting on the ‘Digital Present’ Blog.
As Jo mentions in her posting, colleagues at UAL are putting together a focus group to explore and understand these complex issues in much more detail and the rationale and methodology behind this is explored by Chris Follows in his recent posting about new developments at the DIAL Project.
The new CSM Digital Present Blog has just launched and is well worth visiting! This new blog aims to document and support digital literacy at CSM and offers useful information as well as case studies illustrating current practice.
I recently presented a short paper at the Learning Technology Conference Alt-C 2012 entitled ‘Exploring, understanding and addressing the appetite for change’.
This was the result of a collaboration between Marc Griffith and myself and explored the changes taking place in the e-learning and online environments at UAL.
The slides for this presentation are available at: Exploring, Understanding and Addressing the Appetite for Change – http://goo.gl/HBfRb
Process Arts – http://process.arts.ac.uk – has recently been nominated for another award, namely the 2012 Education-Portal.com People’s Choice Award in the Most Progressive category.
Nominations were made by Education-Portal.com readers and other members of the free education community. Voting closes on 31 August – and further information about the awards and the nominations is available @ Education Portal.
The ‘My Digital Life’ project is an opportunity for UAL students to give short (6 minute) presentations about their digital lives at the 2012 ‘Designs on eLearning’ conference to be held in London 5-7 September 2012.
The focus of this year’s conference is ‘Crowd and cloud: towards a collaborative future’.
For further information and to apply, have a look @:
Workflow the new ePortfolio/eStudio site for UAL has now been fully launched and goes from strength to strength. It is @ http://workflow.arts.ac.uk
Below is a link to the presentation Mike Kelly and I gave @ a recent JISC Event – the JISC RSC London eFactor Showcase.
The presentation outlined the planning and thinking behind the teaching and learning blogs @ http://myblog.arts.ac.uk and included feedback from users of the pilot system.
It’s hosted on Prezi – and you can view it here!