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About DigiTell

Sharing everyday experience in digital arts learning, teaching & practice, with students, staff & creative industries

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DigiTell: Sharing experience of digital arts learning, teaching & practice, perspectives of emergent practice from students, staff & the creative industries.

DigiTell started life as a student led symposium DigiTell 2014 ‘Exploring Online Presence in Creative Practice’, the symposium came out of three years of work with students and staff through DIAL 2011 to 2014 part of CLTAD at UAL.

In 2015 we hope to build on the collaborative approach to sharing practice by introducing DigiTell knowledge & experience sharing, workshops, events as well as a DigiTell 2015 symposium.    

Contact c.follows@arts.ac.uk for more information | Tag content with DigiTell to add to this content cluster.

DigiTell Request

Please share an aspect of your practice by creating a DigiTell resource; we hope to encourage staff and students to share their practice online at UAL.

If you please complete the brief form below (also attached) and return to me that would be great?

Name

 

College

 

Course/Department

 

Staff, student or industry

 

Title

 

Keywords

 

Summary of the your practice you would like to share?

 

Important links or stuff (please include links to apps, websites, resources, research and why people should view, download etc.)

Links

About

 

 

Anything else you’d like to share (resources, events, tips etc.):

 

I am happy for this resource to be posted online with attribution?

 

Either contact c.follows@arts.ac.uk for more information or upload direct to process.arts.ac.uk and Tag content with DigiTell to add to this content cluster.

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