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

Developing opportunities for cross College collaboration and sharing of practice across 6 geographically dispersed colleges is a challenge for University of the Arts London. To address this challenge, the Centre for Learning and Teaching in Art and Design has adopted a community of practice based approach to staff and student engagement with digital technologies. This session will provide an overview of the approach and explore a few examples with contribution from students who have participated.

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Presenters: 

Nancy TurnerChris Follows and Charlotte Webb

Also see:

DIAL 2011 - 2013 Executive Summary graphic (Download PDF handout version)
Search DIAL on http://www.arts.ac.uk/

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