This site is a static archive of Process Arts, an open online repository of arts learning resources that was active from 2009 - 2017

Online identities projects at UAL

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

Slides for OER14 Developing practice based massive open online communities of interest

This presentation aims to explore and question the challenges, motivations and benefits of staff and students participating in open online learning communities, as a casual observer and/or as an ac

Slides for Open Online Communities of Interest OCWC Global 14

Please see slides from the OCW Consortium Global Conference dissemination track below and also see HTML5 interactive version here http://openpracti

DIAL UAL at 2014 OCW Consortium Global Conference

DIAL are looking forward to presenting at the 2014 OCW Consortium Global Conference as part of the dissemination track. 

OER13 audio recording EGO, OER and LSP (Lego Serious Play)

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Audio recording OER13 talking EGO, OER and LSP (Lego Serious Play) also view on Youtube.

DIAL 2011 - 2013 Executive Summary

Please see below DIAL 2011 - 2013 Executive Summary graphic and PDF versions.

A communities of practice approach to staff & student engagement with digital technologies

Case Study - Boundaries not barriers: A communities of practice approach to staff and student engagement with digital technologies

An overview of UALs development of digital literacies: The DIAL project by Nancy Turner

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Introduction to the DIAL project and UALs Communities of Practice approach in the development of digital literacies by Nancy Turner.

DIAL Final Report

The DIAL project partially funded by JISC Developing Digital Literacies Programme, was a two-year project (November 2011 to November 2013) at the University of the Arts London.

Tools and Equipment to support digital practice - IT issues

The university has undergone an incredible amount of change over the past two years in terms of digital tools and environment, including the