On the 15th November at LCC I had the pleasure of taking part in a SEE Event held as part of Enterprise Week entitled ‘Improving your prospects through online profiles’.
This brought together 6 speakers and a lively audience comprising mainly UAL students and alumni to debate and explore ways in which online profiles can be beneficial – as well as reviewing the potential pitfalls and how to avoid and recover from them. The slides for my presentation are @ http://goo.gl/oLmrv
This was an extremely interesting and enjoyable event which explored a wide variety of themes related to online profiles, digital identity and digital life – for more information have a look @: http://goo.gl/rlYrR
The online survey for UAL students and staff which is available at has yielded some interesting results. The survey asks a mixture of questions – some multiple choice (quantitative) and others very open (qualitative) – thereby inviting additional comment and reflection. A summary of the multiple choice answers to date is shown below – watch this space for further details on the more qualitative findings.
(The findings presentation runs automatically below – but you can also open it up in a new browser window to view full screen).
I recently presented a short paper at the Learning Technology Conference Alt-C 2012 entitled ‘Exploring, understanding and addressing the appetite for change’.
This was the result of a collaboration between Marc Griffith and myself and explored the changes taking place in the e-learning and online environments at UAL.
The slides for this presentation are available at: Exploring, Understanding and Addressing the Appetite for Change – http://goo.gl/HBfRb
We recently presented at Solstice 2012 (Edge Hill University) on the development of the Online Assessment Tool so far.
Below is the slideshow of the presentation we used – this is also @ http://goo.gl/ouuF6: