What is LCF-Ology?

It’s a new approach to staff development that provides a mix of informal and formal learning opportunities, with an opportunity to eat good food and network.

It provides a safe space away from the demands of work, a space to learn about some of the digital and technical possibilities at LCF, a space to ask the questions that you sometimes don’t get the opportunity to ask. It also provides the chance to provide feedback – and hopefully put aside the ‘infrastructure issues’ (for a moment) and focus on practice and possibilities.

Dial at the LCF-Ology – get involved!

Room 418a – Chris Follows – 11:00 – 15:00

The DIAL project (Digital Integration into Arts Learning) is a two year JISC funded digital literacies (DL) project at UAL. The DIAL project aims to improve graduate employability and bring about cultural change by developing confidence and capability in the adoption and integration of digitally enhanced learning for staff and students.

DIAL will encourage, support and collaborate with ‘staff led’ fellowships, secondments and projects’ to mutual benefit of the staff involved and the common good.

Drop in and have an informal chat with our specialist

Come and get more information, give your views or find out how to get involved.

When is it?

Wednesday 21 March, 10:00 – 16:30

That’s too short notice, I’m busy!

Yes, it may seem like short notice but sometimes that just cannot be avoided. You do not have to come to the whole day, if you have other commitments, just drop in when you can.

Who is it targeted at?

Everyone – all LCF Staff are invited. There are particular sessions that will be of more interest to particular staff roles, however, we hope you find something that interests you – even if it is just the extra special all day buffet and free mystery prizes.

How do I sign up?

Have a look at the attached programme, decide on what you want to attend, and just drop me an email to let me know what you are interested in. The programme also contains information on what sessions need booking and where you can just drop in.

Why should I attend?

Because the day has been created especially for you – and we need your input, your presence, your time.

Do ALs and VPs get paid to attend?

There will be a flat rate of two hours paid to all ALs and VPs who attend.

Wednesday 21 March 10:00 – 16:30 John Prince’s Street, Various Rooms

Workshops require booking and have limited spaces.

Open Access involves individual or group slots that are booked directly with the Specialist on the day. The Open Access session will only run for 1.5 hours, which may mean 15/20 minutes for each individual slot depending on the demand.

Drop-In Studio does not required booking, you can pop in and see any of our Drop-in Specialists, find out more about their subjects/areas of expertise, tailor the discussion to your individual needs – while you have something to eat and drink.

The LCF ALL Day Buffet is only available to staff who have booked a place/expressed an interest in attending….

Breakfast Buffet available from 10:30 – 12:00

 Lunch Buffet available from 12:00 – 14:00

 Tea Buffet available from 14:00 – 16:00

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