Category Archives: Open source

Thoughts on developing a Digital Literacy open course

The DIAL project at UAL would be interested in creating or contributing to a Digital Literacy MOOC from user generated content and resources developed from its open content communities and DIAL projects on process.arts. We’d hope to experiment with independently … Continue reading

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Open Education at the UAL discussion group meetings

As part of the work of two UAL CLTAD projects (DIAL and ALTO) we are holding a series of consultation meetings at Central St. Martins, Chelsea and Wimbledon around the themes of open education and digitally enhanced learning. Focus and … Continue reading

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Technology trends for consideration

Paper prepared by Geoffrey Makstutis  (course director CSM) and Patrick Roberts (course director CSM) January 2012 1.           Mobile – the new form factors for mobile and tablet is clearly going to be where things are moving. Already, we are seeing a … Continue reading

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Moving towards Moodle

In 2011 CLTAD undertook a process of consultation with students and academic staff  throughout University of the Arts London (UAL) to determine how the current VLE (Blackboard) was being used and to understand better the preferences and requirements of its … Continue reading

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Free and open

The recent initiatives for open access to educational resources (ALTO and DIAL) in the UAL are very important in relation to both ethical and practical considerations about UAL’s academic outputs. They follow another milestone project: UAL Research Online which functions … Continue reading

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