If you have listened to any (or all) of these interviews / discussions we would love to hear about what you think.
The main reason for this project is to enable academics to discuss the thinking behind their course design and how this develops and becomes interwoven into digital spaces. To explore and reflect on this journey and how it then informs future iterations.
We are really interested in how listening to others’ stories has informed your own teaching and learning – and are keen on your views on how this project could be further developed.
“I’m currently working on integrating my face to face with my online courses” … “I use ‘Workflow’ for all face to face classes as well – not just online courses” … “looking at developing that further possibly with the use of some social media” … “I’m looking at setting up some kind of Instagram where the students can be connected – face to face and online, I think that would be very inspirational especially for complete beginners” … “this year I have students from El Salvador, Japan, Nigeria, Russia, France, Italy” … “I would like to be able to connect my old students with my new students” … “what I have started to do is I am trying to deliver both (face-to-face and online courses) in exactly the same way and so far I think it’s working” … “there’s quite a few face to face students who decided to continue with online courses and now I’m having online courses who are coming to my face-to-face courses” … “you seem to be in constant communication with online courses and maybe you are building a stronger relationship” …
Sarah Day, Acting Course Leader
Teaching and learning themes: sharing and showcasing work, including securely with industry partners.
Course – BA (Hons) Footwear
College – London College of Fashion (LCF) Cordwainers
Student numbers – 155
Digital space(s) used and discussed – Workflow
Key quotes: “When you’re working with an industry partner it’s very difficult for them to come to the college on a regular basis and provide feedback to students – to have a live link that they can login to , see the work and keep up to speed with what the students are doing is endlessly useful”