DIAL

Below are all the posts on process.arts tagged DIAL, a project, partially funded by JISC Developing Digital Literacies Programme, is a two-year project (ending December 2013) at the university of Arts London, see DIAL blog.  The DIAL project set out with the key aim of exploring cultural change and improving graduate employability in the arts. For all DIAL related posts on process.arts also see DIAL 2011 - 2013 group the DIAL tag. and please see a full list of DIAL resources and activities.

DIAL 2014 Summary and overview

Review CLTAD provision for ‘DIAL like’ work in the development and delivery of college digital projects, outside the current CLTAD delivery model.

Feedback from DigiTell 2014; Exploring Online Presence in Creative Practice

As part of DigiTell 2014; Exploring Online Presence in Creative Practice, attendee's to the symposium wer

DigiTell 2014; Exploring Online Presence in Creative Practice Publication

As part of the DigiTell 2014; Exploring Online Presence in Creative Practice, DIAL, part of CLTAD at UAL, has put together this publication, displaying the research and project that have lead up to

Learning as arts practice, your a MOOC!

At the recent launch event for the new Tate Research Centre: Learning, the Director Tate Modern Chris Dercon comment

David White: speaker at DigiTell 2014

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We're really please to announce David White as one of our speakers at

Christian Payne: speaker at DigiTell 2014

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We're really please to announce Christian Payne (aka Documentally) as one of our speakers at

Interview with Isabella Malheiros, LCF Fashion Photography

These interviews were conducted as part of a focus group at LCF, Lime Grove with students and staff, part of

Getting Started with Google Glass

'Getting Started with Google Glass' resource part of the DIAL project

Interview With Jeremy Till, Professor of Architecture, Head of Central Saint Martins and Pro Vice-Chancellor of UAL

If you don't have an online presence then you don't exist.