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Dissemination and good practice for saving rich media for use online

This session is designed to raise student awareness of media formats, for basic image editing for the web, for example file sizes resizing, compassion, naming best practices and colour profile for the web. This then will lead onto embedding audio, images and videos to websites and blogs from video and audio streaming websites such as YouTube, Vimeo and Blip TV. It will give an overview of the relationship between HTML and CSS and Flash Websites in respect to accessibility.

The Professional Online Identities project see overview will identify and develop specific digital literacies/hard and soft skills (Presentation and Relational skills) in maintaining professional online identities with the aim of enhancing student/graduate employability and industry readiness. Project forum The Art of Enterprise & Employability in Art & Design HE.

TITLE Session 1:  Dissemination and good practice for saving rich media for use online
FACILITATOR: Zak Peric:  is a freelance artist, senior lecturer, co-ordinator and trainer, teaching for London College of Communication/University of the Arts London, Tower Hamlets College, Media Training and Life Long Learning-Tower Hamlets.  More details here: Zak further bio.
PARTICIPANTS: CSM staff, The Centre for Performance programme staff and students, the POI project team are all welcome to join the sessions.
BRIEF OVERVIEW:

This session is designed to raise student awareness of media formats, for basic image editing for the web, for example file sizes resizing, compression, naming best practices and colour profile for the web. This then will lead onto embedding audio, images and videos to websites and blogs from video and audio streaming websites such as YouTube, Vimeo and Blip TV. It will give an overview of the relationship between HTML and CSS and Flash Websites in respect to accessibility.

DURATION: 2 Hours
NUMBERS: 8 staff and students in total (Minimum of 4 staff or 50% must attend for the course to run)
DATES: Weds: 12 June, 2.30 – 4.30 NEW DATE
EQUIPMENT: Computer room facilities - Laptop, projector and screen for presenter, seats for participants
LOCATION: Location: Room G07, Richbell Place (off Lamb’s Conduit Street, behind the Police Station) MAP*

Booking Details: Email to learn-it@arts.ac.uk marked whether you are a student or staff member

Location: Room G07, Richbell Place (off Lamb’s Conduit Street, behind the Police Station) MAP*

The programme will create and adapt existing training to meet the needs of this agile developed programme, (we want to offer bespoke/new training and contexts currently not available to staff and students). We will be adding a section to the developing programme that highlights what training is currently available at UAL and how they can make the most of what there is e.g existing Learn IT training, CLTAD training and Lynda etc.

If you would like to contribute to this project please contact Chris Follows c.follows@arts.ac.uk

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