DIAL Survey Chelsea

SURVEY FOR DIAL. CHELSEA. 20 PARTICIPANTS.

You can add to the survey here: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/563MBTS

Time:   10h30                         Place:  Studio

1.  Where and how do you access information about your course?

Blackboard.

2. Do you feel connected to the other UAL colleges/students/tutors?

No.

 Do you think you should?

            Could be helpful

3. Do you feel connected to industry and professionals in your specialism?

No.

4. Do you feel this is a good method? Is there a different method of accessing information you would prefer (ie: facebook? Blogs? Etc…)?

Blackboard is fine.

5. Would you like to engage with tutors online?

            Yes.

6. Which online resources do you currently use?

Library, e-journals, JSTOR

7. Would you like to use more online resources?

Yes, but not sure what…

8. Are there skills/equipments you think that need to be taught/bought to for staffs and students to deliver a blended, social and mobile learning? If so, what kind of support should they have?

Don’t know…

9. Could/should students create online learning resources, if so how?

No…

10. Should UAL evaluate digital skill levels of staff and students?

            No.

11. Which digital skill sets are important to you?

We take it for granted, all of us know how to use online services.

12. How can UAL improve online participation and networks?

It’s up to the individual to take part.

Time:   10h45                         Place:  Studio

1.  Where and how do you access information about your course?

Blackboard.

2. Do you feel connected to the other UAL colleges/students/tutors?

No.

Do you think you should?

Not particularly.

3. Do you feel connected to industry and professionals in your specialism?

To an extent…

4. Do you feel this is a good method? Is there a different method of accessing information you would prefer (ie: facebook? Blogs? Etc…)?

Blackboard is sufficient.

5. Would you like to engage with tutors online?

            Not really.

6. Which online resources do you currently use?

Library journals occasionally.

7. Would you like to use more online resources?

Not really, I’m trying to do less online.

8. Are there skills/equipments you think that need to be taught/bought to for staffs and students to deliver a blended, social and mobile learning? If so, what kind of support should they have?

Should be more computers in college- there’s always a queue.

9. Could/should students create online learning resources, if so how?

No, should be done by the university.

10. Should UAL evaluate digital skill levels of staff and students?

            Could be quite a good idea.

11. Which digital skill sets are important to you?

Knowing where to search. Because there can be all this stuff out there but if you don’t know where to look… there should be resources to teach others how to narrow things down.

12. How can UAL improve online participation and networks?

By organising more FACE TO FACE things that then have an online follow-up. Things like workshops or events…
Time:   11h05                         Place:  Studio

1.  Where and how do you access information about your course?

Blackboard, or noticeboard upstairs mostly.

2. Do you feel connected to the other UAL colleges/students/tutors?

No, I haven’t connected. But if I wanted to, it seems accessible.

Do you think you should?

            N/A

3. Do you feel connected to industry and professionals in your specialism?

For prizes and stuff, yeah.  They let you know what’s going on.

4. Do you feel this is a good method? Is there a different method of accessing information you would prefer (ie: facebook? Blogs? Etc…)?

So much goes on with our personal facebook/blogs. It’s nice to have all the university stuff concentrated on blackboard.

5. Would you like to engage with tutors online?

            Yeah… while I was away on Erasmus, I got to skype a tutorial, that was really useful.

6. Which online resources do you currently use?

JSTORE, Online DVD (video database), all that’s really good.

7. Would you like to use more online resources?

I’d like to see more of other student’s work. I know there exists Chelsea Blogs but it’s not really active.

8. Are there skills/equipments you think that need to be taught/bought to for staffs and students to deliver a blended, social and mobile learning? If so, what kind of support should they have?

BB should be better organised. It’s simpler than it used to be but should still be improved. But everyone knows how to use it.

9. Could/should students create online learning resources, if so how?

Yeah… we’re the generation that involved with digital. We’re better off doing it.

10. Should UAL evaluate digital skill levels of staff and students?

            No.

11. Which digital skill sets are important to you?

Knowing where to look and how. We should be told more about resources available, more advertising done for them.

12. How can UAL improve online participation and networks?

Workshops. More interesting than the computer workshops currently available, those aren’t interesting enough.
Time:   11h20                         Place:  Studio

1.  Where and how do you access information about your course?

Blackboard, email.

2. Do you feel connected to the other UAL colleges/students/tutors?

Not really.

Do you think you should?

            Maybe… like shared resources…

3. Do you feel connected to industry and professionals in your specialism?

I guess so… AL tutorials, artist talks are helpful.

4. Do you feel this is a good method? Is there a different method of accessing information you would prefer (ie: facebook? Blogs? Etc…)?

I think Blackboard  and email works.

5. Would you like to engage with tutors online?

            Well, I think we already can, can send them emails…

6. Which online resources do you currently use?

Just Blackboard and email.

7. Would you like to use more online resources?

Can’t think so for now.

8. Are there skills/equipments you think that need to be taught/bought to for staffs and students to deliver a blended, social and mobile learning? If so, what kind of support should they have?

Up to everyone to sort it out for themselves. Blackboard is pretty easy to use… might not find things immediately but still pretty quick and you can always send an enquiry email.

9. Could/should students create online learning resources, if so how?

No answer.

10. Should UAL evaluate digital skill levels of staff and students?

            Don’t know.

11. Which digital skill sets are important to you?

            Knowing how to search for information.

12. How can UAL improve online participation and networks?

Don’t know because I use Blackboard and the internet everyday so I’m not concerned. The system works for me.

Time:   11h35                         Place:  Studio

1.  Where and how do you access information about your course?

Blackboard.

2. Do you feel connected to the other UAL colleges/students/tutors?

No.

Do you think you should?

            Yes.  Would be good to feel more connected to the other libraries.

3. Do you feel connected to industry and professionals in your specialism?

Yeah… in the way that art school is an art scene… information online is good.

4. Do you feel this is a good method? Is there a different method of accessing information you would prefer (ie: facebook? Blogs? Etc…)?

Blackboard is alright. In the 1st year, it was bad but now better… still difficult to find information on it though… Also, it’s hard to find email addresses and who to email if you have a question to ask about Blackboard. It’s not clear.

5. Would you like to engage with tutors online?

            Dunno- don’t mind.

6. Which online resources do you currently use?

Just the library and Blackboard.

7. Would you like to use more online resources?

No.

8. Are there skills/equipments you think that need to be taught/bought to for staffs and students to deliver a blended, social and mobile learning? If so, what kind of support should they have?

No… things are good. I think it should be our own responsibility to learn how to use things.

9. Could/should students create online learning resources, if so how?

Don’t mind.

10. Should UAL evaluate digital skill levels of staff and students?

            No, we should learn it ourselves.

11. Which digital skill sets are important to you?

            I can pretty much find out what I want…

12. How can UAL improve online participation and networks?

Don’t mind. The information online is good. And there are already social networks out there established. It would be a waste of resouces to build something new when it already exists. Either people use it or they don’t. It’d be better to put resources in making it easier to meet people face to face…

Time:   11h40                         Place:  Studio

1.  Where and how do you access information about your course?

Blackboard.

2. Do you feel connected to the other UAL colleges/students/tutors?

No.

Do you think you should?

            Yes.

3. Do you feel connected to industry and professionals in your specialism?

No.

4. Do you feel this is a good method? Is there a different method of accessing information you would prefer (ie: facebook? Blogs? Etc…)?

A better Blackboard.

5. Would you like to engage with tutors online?

            Yeah- email.

6. Which online resources do you currently use?

Library/Blackboard.

7. Would you like to use more online resources?

Yeah, it would be good, like lectures online.

8. Are there skills/equipments you think that need to be taught/bought to for staffs and students to deliver a blended, social and mobile learning? If so, what kind of support should they have?

Workshops across colleges to learn equipments….

9. Could/should students create online learning resources, if so how?

It’d be good have a student blog where we could ask questions and get answers for things…

10. Should UAL evaluate digital skill levels of staff and students?

No.

11. Which digital skill sets are important to you?

            Not really applicable…

12. How can UAL improve online participation and networks?

Different lectures at the different colleges should be advertised. And more shared learning resources between universities.

Time:   11h50                         Place:  Studio

1.  Where and how do you access information about your course?

Internet, Blackboard.

2. Do you feel connected to the other UAL colleges/students/tutors?

No.

 Do you think you should?

            Yes.

3. Do you feel connected to industry and professionals in your specialism?

No.

4. Do you feel this is a good method? Is there a different method of accessing information you would prefer (ie: facebook? Blogs? Etc…)?

No. It’s frustrating. It’s hard to find things on Blackboard. I prefer to be told in person what is going on. Or have a simpler website.

5. Would you like to engage with tutors online?

            Already do by email.

6. Which online resources do you currently use?

Only Blackboard.

7. Would you like to use more online resources?

If they are there- great, but it’s not a priority.

8. Are there skills/equipments you think that need to be taught/bought to for staffs and students to deliver a blended, social and mobile learning? If so, what kind of support should they have?

It would be good if Blackboard was available easily on your phone. Most students have smart phones and it’s impossible to view blackboard on it. And for some reason, it’s difficult to connect your email to it too…

9. Could/should students create online learning resources, if so how?

Don’t know.

10. Should UAL evaluate digital skill levels of staff and students?

No.

11. Which digital skill sets are important to you?

            We’ve grown up with digital skills…

12. How can UAL improve online participation and networks?

Blackboard on mobile phones, it would improve participation.

Time:   12h00                         Place:  Studio

1.  Where and how do you access information about your course?

Blackboard.

2. Do you feel connected to the other UAL colleges/students/tutors?

No.

Do you think you should?

            Yes.

3. Do you feel connected to industry and professionals in your specialism?

No… but Wednesday artist talks are good.

4. Do you feel this is a good method? Is there a different method of accessing information you would prefer (ie: facebook? Blogs? Etc…)?

Blackboard isn’t a great method- it’s a great idea but it doesn’t work very well. It’s not user friendly, and it’s hard to find things. It needs to be reviewed and revised.

5. Would you like to engage with tutors online?

            No. I don’t see how that would be more helpful.

6. Which online resources do you currently use?

Only Blackboard.

7. Would you like to use more online resources?

Should be more stuff available online- like other people’s work from different colleges. But I haven’t really thought about it.

8. Are there skills/equipments you think that need to be taught/bought to for staffs and students to deliver a blended, social and mobile learning? If so, what kind of support should they have?

Make resources better known across the colleges.

9. Could/should students create online learning resources, if so how?

No.

10. Should UAL evaluate digital skill levels of staff and students?

YES!

11. Which digital skill sets are important to you?

            Not applicable- I know how to use the internet etc…

12. How can UAL improve online participation and networks?

Making Blackboard simpler- it’s annoying. Digital resources are important because that’s the only place we find out what’s going on.
Time:   12h20                         Place:  Canteen

1.  Where and how do you access information about your course?

Blackboard but mostly I email my tutor.

2. Do you feel connected to the other UAL colleges/students/tutors?

Yes and no… Yes because I live with people who study at LCC and CSM But no because we can’t use any other facilities across colleges. So we end up pretty shut off.

Do you think you should?

            Yes.

3. Do you feel connected to industry and professionals in your specialism?

No, apart from the Wednesday artist talks (which are still new and badly advertised) and some organised gallery visits…

4. Do you feel this is a good method? Is there a different method of accessing information you would prefer (ie: facebook? Blogs? Etc…)?

Blackboard is a bit crap. It’s got good things on it but it is really disorganised, it’s like a maze trying to find anything. They should clean it up.

5. Would you like to engage with tutors online?

            No. Asides from email for information.

6. Which online resources do you currently use?

E-library is very useful. And to be able to renew books online is great.

7. Would you like to use more online resources?

Can’t think of anything.

8. Are there skills/equipments you think that need to be taught/bought to for staffs and students to deliver a blended, social and mobile learning? If so, what kind of support should they have?

Better computers- they are really not good. Really slow and old. But it’s good that they have both MACs and PCs. But because they are so old, they have a lot of problems and it can take forever just to log in…

9. Could/should students create online learning resources, if so how?

Don’t know.

10. Should UAL evaluate digital skill levels of staff and students?

No.

11. Which digital skill sets are important to you?

Photoshop.

12. How can UAL improve online participation and networks?

Don’t know.

Time:   12h30                         Place:  Canteen

1.  Where and how do you access information about your course?

Blackboard, noticeboard.

2. Do you feel connected to the other UAL colleges/students/tutors?

No.

Do you think you should?

            Yes! We are supposed to be part of CCW and yet there is nothing to show for that.

3. Do you feel connected to industry and professionals in your specialism?

NO. Not through the college. There should be more… such as galleries coming to give talks.

4. Do you feel this is a good method? Is there a different method of accessing information you would prefer (ie: facebook? Blogs? Etc…)?

It’s good that Blackboard is there. But there is no history, no archive of the information uploaded from previous semesters. Makes it impossible to find things.

5. Would you like to engage with tutors online?

            If I’m away, then online is good. But otherwise, face to face.

6. Which online resources do you currently use?

Library online resources. Al the videos and stuff to learn that’s online, and jobs advertised on the UAL webpage.

7. Would you like to use more online resources?

There should be an online resource showing the tutors’ work. One of the main draws of this university is that we are taught by professional, working artists. It would be good if there was a place online we could see their work.

Also, there should be videos and clips online on how to write an essay. ‘How to’ type clips would be great.

8. Are there skills/equipments you think that need to be taught/bought to for staffs and students to deliver a blended, social and mobile learning? If so, what kind of support should they have?

Not really… there should be videos and clips online for all that.

9. Could/should students create online learning resources, if so how?

No. But students should have an input.

10. Should UAL evaluate digital skill levels of staff and students?

No.

11. Which digital skill sets are important to you?

Illustrator, photoshop, indesign.

12. How can UAL improve online participation and networks?

There is no mixing between the years (BA, MA, PhD) and there should be a platform to communicate across disciplines and levels.

Time:   12h45                         Place:  Outside (near entry to main building)

1.  Where and how do you access information about your course?

Online, blackboard, email

2. Do you feel connected to the other UAL colleges/students/tutors?

No.

Do you think you should?

            No… but it’d  be could to be able to use the facilities of other colleges.

3. Do you feel connected to industry and professionals in your specialism?

Not really.

4. Do you feel this is a good method? Is there a different method of accessing information you would prefer (ie: facebook? Blogs? Etc…)?

Online, blackboard and email are alright, it would be good if texts (mobile phone) were used more. Often there are last minute changes to things and not everyone can check their phone for emails.

5. Would you like to engage with tutors online?

            I would like to hand in my work by email.

6. Which online resources do you currently use?

JSTOR, articles library online, library catalogue

7. Would you like to use more online resources?

Lectures should be recorded and put online- they do that in the States.

8. Are there skills/equipments you think that need to be taught/bought to for staffs and students to deliver a blended, social and mobile learning? If so, what kind of support should they have?

I’d prefer seeing people face to face than augment online exchange.

9. Could/should students create online learning resources, if so how?

Maybe.

10. Should UAL evaluate digital skill levels of staff and students?

No.

11. Which digital skill sets are important to you?

Would like to know how to use photo/video media more…

12. How can UAL improve online participation and networks?

Blackboard looks as though it is from the 80s, it is clunky to use, should be improved.

Time:   12h55                         Place:  Outside (near entry to main building)

1.  Where and how do you access information about your course?

Online, blackboard, email.

2. Do you feel connected to the other UAL colleges/students/tutors?

No.

Do you think you should?

            Yes, for facilities, networking, shows…

3. Do you feel connected to industry and professionals in your specialism?

No.

4. Do you feel this is a good method? Is there a different method of accessing information you would prefer (ie: facebook? Blogs? Etc…)?

Online, blackboard and email are good.

5. Would you like to engage with tutors online?

            Already email them.

6. Which online resources do you currently use?

Library catalogue.

7. Would you like to use more online resources?

Maybe- like online tutorial to learn how to use programmes, thesis FAQs etc… that kind of thing.

8. Are there skills/equipments you think that need to be taught/bought to for staffs and students to deliver a blended, social and mobile learning? If so, what kind of support should they have?

Not particularly, more computers could be good but I prefer to put the money in getting more contact time with tutors.

9. Could/should students create online learning resources, if so how?

They kind of already do by having blogs…

10. Should UAL evaluate digital skill levels of staff and students?

No.

11. Which digital skill sets are important to you?

Would like to use more programmes: such as Final Cut Pro and Adobe Photoshop… but there isn’t anyone here to teach us that.

12. How can UAL improve online participation and networks?

Dunno… Blackboard is so badly organised, really outdated.

 

Time:   13h10                         Place:  Outside (near Parade Ground)

1.  Where and how do you access information about your course?

Online, blackboard

2. Do you feel connected to the other UAL colleges/students/tutors?

No.

Do you think you should?

            Not necessarily.

3. Do you feel connected to industry and professionals in your specialism?

No.

4. Do you feel this is a good method? Is there a different method of accessing information you would prefer (ie: facebook? Blogs? Etc…)?

Blackboard works fine.

5. Would you like to engage with tutors online?

Maybe.

6. Which online resources do you currently use?

Webmail and just Blackboard.

7. Would you like to use more online resources?

If they were more advertised… I don’t know what’s there.

8. Are there skills/equipments you think that need to be taught/bought to for staffs and students to deliver a blended, social and mobile learning? If so, what kind of support should they have?

No, it’s up to the individual.

9. Could/should students create online learning resources, if so how?

Don’t know, but if they do, it should be a mix of the university and students.

10. Should UAL evaluate digital skill levels of staff and students?

No.

11. Which digital skill sets are important to you?

Video-editing.

12. How can UAL improve online participation and networks?

They should make it less boring, making it interesting.

Time:   13h20                         Place:  Outside (near Parade Ground)

1.  Where and how do you access information about your course?

Internet

2. Do you feel connected to the other UAL colleges/students/tutors?

No. 

Do you think you should?

            No.

3. Do you feel connected to industry and professionals in your specialism?

No.

4. Do you feel this is a good method? Is there a different method of accessing information you would prefer (ie: facebook? Blogs? Etc…)?

Blackboard is fine.

5. Would you like to engage with tutors online?

Yeah. Skype could be good. Emails take too long for a good exchange.

6. Which online resources do you currently use?

Blackboard, JSTOR, Linda…

7. Would you like to use more online resources?

Possibly… but it needs to be user-friendly.

8. Are there skills/equipments you think that need to be taught/bought to for staffs and students to deliver a blended, social and mobile learning? If so, what kind of support should they have?

No.

9. Could/should students create online learning resources, if so how?

Sure.

10. Should UAL evaluate digital skill levels of staff and students?

There’s an assumption of what students are capable of and what they know… there should be support for those who want it.

There should be a search engine in Blackboard to make it easier to find things.

11. Which digital skill sets are important to you?

Photoshop, Final Cut Pro, Indesign, Blackboard, webmail

12. How can UAL improve online participation and networks?

Surveys like this one, or questionnaires. And ways of improving skills through workshops.

Time:   13h30                         Place:  Outside (near Parade Ground)

1.  Where and how do you access information about your course?

Blackboard

2. Do you feel connected to the other UAL colleges/students/tutors?

Not really.  

Do you think you should?

            Unless you want to use the facilities in other colleges, no.

3. Do you feel connected to industry and professionals in your specialism?

No. You should do it yourself.

4. Do you feel this is a good method? Is there a different method of accessing information you would prefer (ie: facebook? Blogs? Etc…)?

Blackboard is not as easy to use as it should be. Printing stuff on paper is still important. And lectures as a point to gather information.  

5. Would you like to engage with tutors online?

Yeah… but not sure how I’d use it.

6. Which online resources do you currently use?

All of them, Blackboard, Linda…

7. Would you like to use more online resources?

No, I’m happy with what’s there.

8. Are there skills/equipments you think that need to be taught/bought to for staffs and students to deliver a blended, social and mobile learning? If so, what kind of support should they have?

No.

9. Could/should students create online learning resources, if so how?

If they want to…

10. Should UAL evaluate digital skill levels of staff and students?

Possibly for Staff… and for students that are struggling, they should provide help.

11. Which digital skill sets are important to you?

Searching online for the right thing.

12. How can UAL improve online participation and networks?

            They don’t need to. Would be good if Linda was advertised more.

Time:   13h45                         Place:  Studios

1.  Where and how do you access information about your course?

Online, Blackboard, emails. 

2. Do you feel connected to the other UAL colleges/students/tutors?

No.

Do you think you should?

            Different facilities should be more connected.

3. Do you feel connected to industry and professionals in your specialism?

NO. And it’s really bad. Other UAL colleges do- LCC have got professionals coming in, we should have workshops, social events for this.

4. Do you feel this is a good method? Is there a different method of accessing information you would prefer (ie: facebook? Blogs? Etc…)?

Blackboard is enough- it’s one point of contact.  

5. Would you like to engage with tutors online?

If I can’t meet them face to face then yes. But better face to face.

6. Which online resources do you currently use?

Nothing other than Blackboard really… too complicated to go on to other things and I waste too much time if I try.

7. Would you like to use more online resources?

If it was easier.

8. Are there skills/equipments you think that need to be taught/bought to for staffs and students to deliver a blended, social and mobile learning? If so, what kind of support should they have?

A receptionist which you could ask for information, such as the timetable.  

9. Could/should students create online learning resources, if so how?

No, the university should do it but should have students participate in a workshop to figure out the best way of doing it.

10. Should UAL evaluate digital skill levels of staff and students?

Yes, it would give people more motivation to broaden their skills if they are aware of what they are missing on.

11. Which digital skill sets are important to you?

Skills using photoshop/illustrator are important. These skills will help us get a job after university, and they should be taught to students here.

12. How can UAL improve online participation and networks?

            By making what is available more knowledgeable to students. Making it simpler.

Time:   14h00                         Place:  Studios

1.  Where and how do you access information about your course?

Online, Blackboard, emails. 

2. Do you feel connected to the other UAL colleges/students/tutors?

No.

Do you think you should?

No. But general commaraderie between the colleges would be good- information about other student shows in other colleges…

3. Do you feel connected to industry and professionals in your specialism?

No.

4. Do you feel this is a good method? Is there a different method of accessing information you would prefer (ie: facebook? Blogs? Etc…)?

Online, Blackboard, webmail is enough.

5. Would you like to engage with tutors online?

We already do informally via email but it would be better if there was a more official route- not for tutorials about work

6. Which online resources do you currently use?

Library catalogue.

7. Would you like to use more online resources?

No, but practical advice available online would be good, such as how to be an artist in the real world…

8. Are there skills/equipments you think that need to be taught/bought to for staffs and students to deliver a blended, social and mobile learning? If so, what kind of support should they have?

No.

9. Could/should students create online learning resources, if so how?

No.

10. Should UAL evaluate digital skill levels of staff and students?

Staff specific to technology yes, but otherwise no. But support should be there for people wanting to use things digitally.

11. Which digital skill sets are important to you?

Photography to document work.

12. How can UAL improve online participation and networks?

            Don’t know because I don’t engage online.

Time:   14h10                         Place:  Studios

1.  Where and how do you access information about your course?

Online, Blackboard, emails and posters. 

2. Do you feel connected to the other UAL colleges/students/tutors?

No. It’s a shame. We’re cut off from the rest of the colleges, it’s difficult to feel as  one whole university.

Do you think you should?

Yes.

3. Do you feel connected to industry and professionals in your specialism?

No.

4. Do you feel this is a good method? Is there a different method of accessing information you would prefer (ie: facebook? Blogs? Etc…)?

Online, Blackboard, emails and posters already have all the information on it. But the system is too complicated. All the separate bits should be integrated into blackboard. Each student blackboard account should have an individualised timetable made for them (eg: when they sign up for seminars, it would directly go into their timetable.)

5. Would you like to engage with tutors online?

Already have emails with them.

6. Which online resources do you currently use?

Library catalogue to search and renew books. I don’t know which other resource are available.

7. Would you like to use more online resources?

Yes, especially if there was a better interface- all integrated within blackboard.

8. Are there skills/equipments you think that need to be taught/bought to for staffs and students to deliver a blended, social and mobile learning? If so, what kind of support should they have?

A computer in reception to quickly check emails/ where the seminars are taking place etc…

9. Could/should students create online learning resources, if so how?

Students should be asked for their input but the university should create the online learning resources.

10. Should UAL evaluate digital skill levels of staff and students?

YES- specifically the STAFF. some the of the key staff for digital equipment are incredibly unhelpful and don’t know what they are doing. It’s terrible.

11. Which digital skill sets are important to you?

Video editing. But mostly we need more computers and staff available to help.

12. How can UAL improve online participation and networks?

            Don’t think they can- we either use it or we don’t- personal choice.

Time:   14h20                         Place:  Studios

1.  Where and how do you access information about your course?

Online, Blackboard, emails and announcements during lectures

2. Do you feel connected to the other UAL colleges/students/tutors?

I did… at the beginning because I had friends at other colleges. But not through an official route.

Do you think you should?

Yes, through an official route.

3. Do you feel connected to industry and professionals in your specialism?

No.

4. Do you feel this is a good method? Is there a different method of accessing information you would prefer (ie: facebook? Blogs? Etc…)?

I think what’s already there (Online) is enough but when I first started, I found it difficult to get into it, to get in the habit of checking everything. It would be good to get support for that. But not sure how…

5. Would you like to engage with tutors online?

No.

6. Which online resources do you currently use?

I used JSTOR once but it was too confusing… so no… asides from what I said in 1. The online resources are too complicated. They should be simplified.

7. Would you like to use more online resources?

Yes, such as films and stuff, podcasts would be great to have. And to have access from home.

8. Are there skills/equipments you think that need to be taught/bought to for staffs and students to deliver a blended, social and mobile learning? If so, what kind of support should they have?

Not bought or taught but have a more integrated system. And that it is individualised.

9. Could/should students create online learning resources, if so how?

No.

10. Should UAL evaluate digital skill levels of staff and students?

Yes.

11. Which digital skill sets are important to you?

Video-editing.

12. How can UAL improve online participation and networks?

I’m not engaged with UAL so not applicable.

Time:   14h30                        Place:  Studios

1.  Where and how do you access information about your course?

UAL website, Webmail, Blackboard  

2. Do you feel connected to the other UAL colleges/students/tutors?

No.

Do you think you should?

Yeah…. It would be great to know about other lectures in different universities…

3. Do you feel connected to industry and professionals in your specialism?

Yes, but not because of the college.

4. Do you feel this is a good method? Is there a different method of accessing information you would prefer (ie: facebook? Blogs? Etc…)?

UAL website, webmail, and Blackboard are good.

5. Would you like to engage with tutors online?

No.

6. Which online resources do you currently use?

Nothing asides from UAL, website, webmail, blackboard

7. Would you like to use more online resources?

No, not really.

8. Are there skills/equipments you think that need to be taught/bought to for staffs and students to deliver a blended, social and mobile learning? If so, what kind of support should they have?

It would be helpful to have more accessible computers- there are the ones in the library but no where else.

9. Could/should students create online learning resources, if so how?

No.

10. Should UAL evaluate digital skill levels of staff and students?

No.

11. Which digital skill sets are important to you?

Not applicable.

12. How can UAL improve online participation and networks?

I feel that the university is trying to put everything online rather than give us face to face time. Talking to someone in person and seeing a tutor is vital in criticising our art practice.

 

 

This entry was posted in Survey. Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to DIAL Survey Chelsea

  1. Pingback: Expertise (and maybe attitudes?) | UAL digital baseline

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *