A couple of years ago I recorded a short series of interviews with colleagues across University of the Arts London (UAL) who, in various ways, are extending teaching and learning into online spaces.
The aim of these interviews was – and continues to be – to surface and explore the thinking behind interesting, effective and innovative practice; to explore how it has developed – and is continuing to evolve. They make for fascinating listening and I am profoundly grateful to colleagues who gave so generously of their time and insights during our discussions.
I also presented on this project at two conferences:
- in June 2016 at the ‘Solstice / CLT’ Conference at Edge Hill University – the slides I used are here
- in March 2017 at UAL’s Learning and Teaching Day – the slides for this are here
Now – at the start of 2020 – I am intending to revisit and extend this project.
If you are teaching at UAL and would like to discuss your use of online teaching and learning spaces, please contact me for an initial discussion:
- email – firstname.lastname@example.org
- telephone – X 2069.
John Jackson (Educational Developer – Digital Learning – at UAL)