Training and Events

There are a number of ways for staff to undertake training in the use of digital technologies as part of their role within the University.  This page aims to highlight some training routes, and a few relevant events.  This is a page-in-progress.

Centre for Training in Arts and Design (CLTAD)

CLTAD provides professional development and support to University of the Arts London staff in learning and teaching, develops and assists the implementation of technology to support learning, undertakes and supports pedagogic research, and contributes to the strategic development of learning and teaching across the institution.

http://www.arts.ac.uk/study-at-ual/learning-and-teaching/

Workshops

Video and Audio for e-learning   http://www.arts.ac.uk/study-at-ual/learning-and-teaching/qualifications-and-prof-devpt/workshops/video-and-audio-for-elearning/

Workflow (e-portfolio)   http://www.arts.ac.uk/study-at-ual/learning-and-teaching/qualifications-and-prof-devpt/workshops/workflow-for-eportfolios/

Selecting and integrating e-learning tools   http://www.arts.ac.uk/study-at-ual/learning-and-teaching/qualifications-and-prof-devpt/workshops/selecting-and-integrating-elearning-tools/

Exploring Open Educational Practice   http://www.arts.ac.uk/study-at-ual/learning-and-teaching/qualifications-and-prof-devpt/workshops/exploring-open-educational-practice/

For a full list of CLTAD workshops please visit their   Workshop web pages

To find out about teaching qualifications, visit the Academic Practice Provision web pages

UAL OD&L Digital Literacy

OD&L offer a variety of learning opportunities and are open to suggestions. Opportunities include: classroom training, one-to-one sessions, ‘floor-walking’ visits by trainers, bespoke training and an information service for general ‘how do I?’ queries regarding software.

https://acm.arts.ac.uk/nidp/idff/sso?id=4&sid=1&option=credential&sid=1

Learning Studios at UAL

The Learning Studio is a community of practice around learning technology use in Art and Design within UAL. It is open to anyone to join and participate, whatever your role or current use or experience of learning technologies.

CSM has held eight drop-in workshops on the use of digital technologies for learning and teaching.  Colleagues offer a range of demos and hands-on activities, all aimed at non-expert users.  The approach is very informal – just turn up at any time, for however long you like, and speak with colleagues about their experiences of using digital technologies.

http://process.arts.ac.uk/category/project-groups/learning-studio 

UAL Human Resources: Staff Development communicated on Facebook

Human Resources provide training in Management & Leadership, Personal Development, IT and Health & Safety.  Facebook users can now keep up to date with upcoming opportunities by signing up to www.facebook.com/UALDevLearn.

Twitter followers can follow us at @UAL_DevLearn

http://ualhrnews.wordpress.com/category/learning/

Free Staff places on Artscom Courses

You may be aware that Artscom have a policy of giving one member of staff a free place on a short course, as long as the course is not already full with fee-paying members of the public. To find out availability of the courses there is a different process for each college that hosts the courses.

For CSM staff: Contact Mark Broomfield – he will add you to a mailing list which will keep you updated of staff places available +44 (0)20 7514 7872 or email m.broomfield@csm.arts.ac.uk

 

Online learning resources include:

Lynda.com   http://www.arts.ac.uk/library/lynda-registration/

Moodle: Life After Blackboard   http://cltad-web.arts.ac.uk/lifeafterblackboard/tags/moodle

 

EVENTS

UAL Learning and Teaching Day 

The eighth UAL Learning and Teaching Day took place this year at Chelsea on Wednesday 15th January 2014, a designated non-teaching day. The theme was ‘collaboration’, entitled Crossing Borders: Enhancing Learning and Teaching at UAL.

 http://cltad-web.arts.ac.uk/latd2014/

 

 

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