TDP Project Journal : UAL online landscape – a first attempt at mapping…

A first attempt at mapping the online landscape at the university....
A first attempt at mapping the online landscape at the university….

 

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  1. Sounds like an interesting project, look forward to seeing more – DIAL http://dial.myblog.arts.ac.uk/about-dial/ are currently in the process of mapping the UALs ‘hidden’ open education landscape, during the past two years DIAL has identified many individuals practicing mostly voluntary open educational innovation across the university, see some UAL sites here – http://process.arts.ac.uk/category/discipline/research-practice/ual-blogs-websites

    Also interesting to see you have referenced some sites as student resources, I see some as student and staff resources, especially process.arts and my.blogs?

    Thanks, all the best. Chris

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    1. Hi Chris,

      thanks for your comments and interest in the project.

      I had thought you were amongst the people I should contact with a view to better understanding process arts, DIAL and the like… you probably have alot of the sort of information and understanding that will ultimately be key to representing services and tools accurately.

      I’ll definitely follw up these links 🙂

      The white board chart here is very much a prototype – infact there are several updated versions already but in the spirit of the TDP I wanted to try and keep these blogs chronological (so I’m a bit further ahead than it indicates), never the less (and in fact this is why I have opted to post this first attempt before later versions) your comments are helpful and greatly appreciated.

      I agree by the way that tools like myblog are student AND staff not least because staff should be directing students to use the UAL provision (or at least be informed about what options we have in house) before / rather than encouraging disparate use of non UAL online resources.

      Thanks again (and I’ll doubtless be in touch in the future to pick your brains a bit more lol)

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