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Research & practice

Curriculum Development Fund: Awarded Projects

SEE and CLTAD have announced their winning curriculum development projects, a funding scheme to support staff at University of the Arts London to experiment, research and develop new knowledge of e

New Measures of Creativity. [indepth] The Hub of Qualitative Thinking

Published in [indepth] The Hub of Qualitative Thinking by the Association for Qualitative Research, Autumn 2014.

Team Player - how to improve personnel management and your career. Sources of inspiration.

Article published in Communication Director by Helios Media, July 2014.

DigiTell 2014: Exploring Online Presence in Creative Practice

The internet is no longer used merely as a portfolio display case; online presence is inherent in creative practice and retains various shades between personal and professional that often overlap.

Exploring the links between Arts and Business: insights for creative-based education

Presentation delivered by Prof Giovanni Schiuma as part of the CCW series 'The Expanded Designer: Education'.

Managing and Innovating Business Models of Cultural Organisations

Workshop presentation by Prof Giovanni Schiuma at the Trans Europe Halles Meeting 78, ‘Cooperation, not competition’, Pilsen, Czech Republic, 9-12 October 2014.

Follow up information and images from the Camberwell learning studio event

We had a fantastic afternoon on Thursday 2nd November at the Camberwell College of Arts learning studio event exploring the theme of ‘Online Identities’.

Learning Studio at Camberwell College of Arts 2nd October 12 to 3pm

DIAL learning Studio event at Camberwell College of Arts.

The Case for Appropriation: Rob Storr

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Rob Storr provides a clear introduction and overview of the historical and contemporary issues around artists and appropriation specifically 'originality', appropriation an

Online identities projects at UAL

Over the past three years the DIAL project have been working closely with staff and students exploring aspects of ‘