Helping Students become Professional Practitioners

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In conversation with:

Mark Barden, Course Leader BA (Hons) Sports Journalism.
Themes:  “communities of practice”; easing the move from ‘student’ to ‘professional practitioner’; how Sports Journalism students develop and showcase their practice.
Course name / level: BA (Hons) Sports Journalism.
College: London College of Communication (LCC).
Student Numbers: approximately 20 per year; around 60 in total.
Digital Spaces used and discussed: myblog.arts (UAL’s teaching and learning blogging platform);  ‘Elephant Sport’ Website.

#enterprise, #journalism, #lcc, #podcasts, #sports-journalism

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Teaching Postgraduate Design for Visual Communication

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In conversation with:

Tony Pritchard, Course Leader, Postgraduate Design for Visual Communication
Teaching and learning themes:  collaboration; internationalisation; graphicology; enterprise
Course name(s); level(s)2015 Postgraduate Certificate in Design for Visual Communication2015 Postgraduate Diploma in Design for Visual Communication; 2016 Postgraduate Certificate in Design for Visual Communication; 2016 Postgraduate Diploma in Design for Visual Communication.
CollegeLondon College of Communication (LCC)
Student numbers:  75 per year
Digital Space(s) used and discussed: Moodle; myblog.arts; Twitter; Facebook; Pinterest; Instagram; Issuu; Vimeo; YouTube

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#enterprise, #graphicology, #industry, #internationalisation, #lcc, #moodle, #podcasts, #reflective-practice, #research-skills

Developing Research Skills

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In conversation with:

Matthew Hawkins, Senior Lecturer
Theme:  Developing research skills.
Course name; level:  BA (Hons) Photography
College – LCC
Student numbers – 278
Digital space(s) used and discussed – Workflow

#lcc, #photography; #podcasts, #research-skills, #technology-enhanced-learning, #tel, #workflow