Open online seminar series: new for 2019

Apologies for cross posting, but teams thinking about curriculum development may find these of interest. These are faciliatated by top TEL researchers and digital ‘do-ers!’


Link to original blog post:


This open online seminar series from UAL …The series is exploring open and creative approaches to teaching and learning.

It’s an ultra-low commitment way to learn about the value of online and ‘connected’ pedagogy – it would be great for staff who are interested but ‘not convinced’.

Myself and Bonnie Stewart have brought together some excellent facilitators so the sessions will be engaging and inclusive.

In the spirit of open I’d be only too happy for people to include the seminars in staff development plans or as a CPD opportunity.

Thanks Dave

  1. Connected Teaching – Jan 8th 3-4pm GMT
    Designing ‘connected’ teaching and learning which works on and offline.
    Facilitators: Bonnie StewartAmy CollierDavid White
  2. Openness and Prestige–  Jan 29th 3-4pm GMT
    Exploring how ‘giving stuff away’ and working openly online can be good for you and your students.
    Facilitators: Bonnie Stewart, Catherine Cronin

— Digital fieldwork part 1 – Feb 5th 3-4pm GMT
Get tooled up to undertake some exploratory digital fieldwork.
Facilitators: Matt Lingard, David White

  1. Complexity and creativity–  Feb 19th 3-4pm GMT
    Learn how to take a creative approach to complex subjects.
    Facilitators: David CormierTobias Revell

— Digital fieldwork part 2 – Feb 26th 3-4pm GMT
Sharing your digital fieldwork experiences.
Facilitators: Matt Lingard, David White, Sheldon Chow

  1. Inclusive spaces– Mar 5th3-4pm GMT
    Ensuring digital teaching and learning welcomes a variety of voices
    Facilitators: Bonnie Stewart, Maha Bali , Chris Giliard 


David White

Head of Digital Learning

University of the Arts London

Teaching and Learning Exchange

272 High Holborn

London WC1V 7EY

(0)207 514 8142


Leave a Reply

Your details
  • (Your email address will not be published in your comment)

XHTML: You can use these tags: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>