DIAL are hiring! myblog.arts blogger/researchers and/or drupal users

The DIAL project are looking for students or staff who are confident myblog.arts bloggers and/or drupal users for minimum of 6 days each, to be employed via ArtsTemps (from May to Sept, some weekdays, evenings, weekends and work from home optional, occasional college visits may be necessary).

Interested? Please contact ArtsTemps ( http://www.ualartstemps.co.uk/ArtsLondon/index.asp ) or Chris Follows at c.follows@arts.ac.uk please provide a short introduction and say why you would be interested in working on the projects below also please include links to online activity you are currently involved in.

If you have any extra skills in the digital domain and would like to be considered for future DIAL projects then please also include these too.

Myblog.arts blogger/researchers

DIAL recently compiled a basic baseline report ( http://process.arts.ac.uk/content/dial-ual-baseline-report ); the report was a quick snapshot overview of where we are as a university in addressing our digital capacity. We are now looking to create a more in-depth baseline report for each college and would like this to be a true, open and fully inclusive overview of our current situation. We would like to explore how we at UAL are integrating with the ‘digital’ in all aspects of our college lives, addressing our anxieties, fears as well as exposing our problems and celebrating our achievements.

We are looking for blogger researchers to work across colleges and help create a dynamic blogs, spark debate, compile, publish and manage baseline information, we aim to run 6 digital baseline college blogs, one for each college, you will be responsible for running multiple blogs.

Drupal/web developers (any level) to help champion and support the development of UALs new in-house drupal community and support our hack days

Drupal UAL a new open source web development community of practice at UAL

This project aims to encourage and develop a new open support network for UAL staff and students to explore, experiment and share ideas and knowledge of using and developing Drupal web environments and projects.

We are looking for drupal/web developers (any level) to help champion and support the development of UALs in house drupal community and support our hack days. Join in and read more here: http://process.arts.ac.uk/category/project-groups/drupal-ual

Interested: We will be offering occasional work days to support this project, if interested please join the drupal UAL community and add yourself to the contacts list on the process.arts group, let us know your interested in helping out !

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