Adrian is BA (Hons) Public Relations Course Leader and Senior Lecturer at London College of CommunicationContinue reading
Q&A with Lindsey Riley, BA Bags and Accessories Course Leader at London College of Fashion
Lindsey talks about her reasons for studying and what to expect from the PgCert course.Continue reading
Harriet (Associate Lecturer in ADS) talks about the impact the PgCert has had on her teaching practice.Continue reading
Since 2015 we’ve welcomed over 600 delegates to 11 UAL Teaching Platform events. Our guests have come from across the UK, the Higher Education and creative sectors. Read on for more about these events and to find out how to join us in future.Continue reading
Intellectual Property Case study
A month ago Fredrik Tjaerandsen, CSM Womenswear student, was preparing for his final degree show as winner of the L’Oreal Professional Young Talent Award. The Bubbles subsequently went viral on social media.
Whilst we will always celebrate the successes of our students, widespread exposure and acclaim bring their own challenges for both the students and the staff who support them.
Read on to learn more about some of the key considerations Roxanne Peters, Intellectual Property Lecturer at UAL, highlights to Fredrik as he moves his embryonic career to the next level.
Header image: “Butterfly” Fredrik Tjærandsen, image credit Niall McInerneyContinue reading
Collaborative Project and Exhibition at Lime Grove (until 19 June)
“Behind every design image is the back story, one we never normally see. The resarch, concept development and testing of new approaches, forms and processes goes on invisibly, unseen by the fashion consumer – yet these stages are vital to the evolution of new ideas. This exhibition sets out to reveal some of the processes that take place behind images making and fashion design. Presenting work produced collaboratively from the School of Media and Communication and the School of Design Technology, the elements normally consigned to the cutting room floor or hidden in sketchbooks are displayed, alongside the final fashion outputs, in all of their glory.”
Findings and recommendations from students and staff to address attainment differential outcomes #CLOSINGTHEGAP
A major new study into the inequalities that black, Asian and minority ethnic students face at UK Universities has just been published, featuring significant contributions from UAL staff, students and Arts SU.
The research was led by Baroness Valerie Amos, Director of SOAS, University of London and Amatey Doku, Vice-President for Higher Education from the National Union of Students.
Quote from Elizabeth Staddon, Head of Arts Education, Teaching and Learning Exchange, UAL
Last month, LCC hosted the annual UAL Learning and Teaching conference, this year focusing on the emerging field of ‘Teaching, Learning and Wellbeing’ (21 March 2019). Curated by the Teaching and Learning Exchange, the one-day event shared a proliferation of activity from across the university.
The event responded to wider issues and increasing anxiety about well-being in society, and of students and staff within Higher Education, which in recent months has been dominating the national and international media. For those who were unable to join, here is a brief overview of thoughts, reflections and questions presented.
How can we improve the student experience?
The Academic Enhancement Model has been supporting staff to engage intensively with this key question. Whilst collaboration with staff on this issue is vital, we also cannot underestimate the importance of the student voice when co-creating meaningful solutions.
To capture the student perspective, the Learning at UAL zine project set out to do something never done at UAL before: to create visually engaging learning resources developed and designed by students, for students. Over 120 students applied to take part, with 31 eventually working on the project in four college teams.