Digital Guidelines

UAL recognizes the value of using web 2.0 services to enhance learning and teaching, whilst acknowledging the difficulty of keeping up to date with rapidly changing web 2.0 technologies. The following documents have been designed to highlight the benefits and issues involved.

Web 2.0 Checklist
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Web 2.0 Considerations
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Web 2.0 Guidelines
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Services Definition
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Course Regulations
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Websites

Common Craft
Fantastic site that will educate others with 50+ ready-made video explanations that you can embed on your website or download for offline use.
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eTools – useful for Teaching & Learning
List of useful eTools used, supported and training offered at UAL. Also lists other tools not supported by UAL but maybe useful in Teaching and Learning.
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Lynda.com
offers online video tutorials focused on software topics and business skills training.
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TLDRLegal
site for plain English info. about licenses for open educational resources or any other kind of open resource.
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Teaching and Learning Exchange
The Teaching and Learning Exchange works with staff and students to enhance teaching, learning and employability
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Blogs

Digital Fluency Blog
Question. Learn. Explore.
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eLearning+
eLearning, digital literacy and more…
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Digital Creative Attributes Framework
The Digital Creative Attributes Framework (DCAF) is an expression of the UAL Creative Attributes Framework (CAF). It provides a shared language around digital which can be used across colleges and subject areas to support the development of creative and collaborative practices in the digital environment. (DCAF)
Teaching and Learning Exchange Blog
The Teaching and Learning Exchange supports teaching and learning enhancement, working in partnership with staff and students.
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