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

Let's talk about Graduate Destinations: Stories behind the statistics

At UAL we are interested to know more about our graduates. We think we know where they go and what they do but what are they really telling us through the DLHE survey as seen on Unistats? 

Six UAL colleges and six differing approaches to digital literacies

In terms of DIAL college wide engagement CSM (POI project – BA Performance Des

Assessing Digital Literacy Levels of Pre-Degree Students : Information Graphic

This information graphic uses extracts from a survey designed to establish digital literacy levels of students offered places on London College of Communication’s BA (Hons)

LCC TechJam with Freeformers UAL Alumni welcome

LCC TechJam with Freeformers 16th May. This event will teach coding skills in a day and UAL Alumni are welcome to attend.

Improving dissertation supervision using Action Learning sets

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Teaching Development Project report for Adrian Crookes February 2013

Using incentives to improve attendance

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Russell Merryman discussed his Teaching Development Project which was aimed at trying to improve attendance at Journalism practical classes

LCC lift

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Read the LCC lift 'scrolls' here - - "...It was especially interesting doing this performance at Chelsea as it was very different to LCC or Wimbledon.

Printing and Finishing

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London College of Communication (LCC) Print Technicians, Scott House and Tony Yard, lead a session introducing students to the printing and finishing facilities at the College.

Conflict and Media NAM project development

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The Conflict and Media NAM project initially seeks to bring together the photogra

The Kit Room Video Cast - Mark In, Mark Out

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London College of Communication tutorials and updates on film making software and equipment. Videos feature FCP editing, shooting tips and equipment run throughs.