Sharing knowledge improve and develop professional identities: 14/11/11, 12 - 1.30pm, Room 202, High Holborn.
Twitter tag for this event is #dialproject
How can sharing knowledge improve and develop professional identities?
Most effective and efficient ways of utilising Open Education Resources by identifying best practice for creating learning resources, in order to extend the range of study modes and options for the sector.
Creative commons - http://process.arts.ac.uk/content/oer-legal-spaces
OER and ALTO - http://process.arts.ac.uk/content/alto-introduction
Artist in studio - http://process.arts.ac.uk/content/alto-comp-portrait-artist-his-studio-final-submission (Student Example)
OEP - Student Example - http://process.arts.ac.uk/content/process-01-alto-competition
Did Hans Namuth Kill Jackson Pollock? - http://process.arts.ac.uk/content/did-hans-namuth-kill-jackson-pollock
Student Example - http://process.arts.ac.uk/user/184/contents
Examples of staff content - http://process.arts.ac.uk/content/examples-staff-content
Discussion: How can industry and educational institutions collaborate around Open Education Resources?
How we can use these resources as a showcase for individual students, staff and UAL as well as for promotion, networking and student recruitment.
About the organiser: http://www.ecca-london.org
New Student Enterprise & Employability Service (SEE)
There are some exciting changes taking place in the Careers and Enterprise service. It is being reshaped into the Student Enterprise & Employability Service (SEE) and will be launched in the next academic year 2011-12. The new service will bring together the work of Creative Careers, the Enterprise Centre for the Creative Arts (ECCA), Artquest and Own-it and will be coordinated to focus more closely on the specific needs of UAL students and emerging graduates. During this transition period, we aim to maintain a good level of support.