A very good session with a flipped screen on Skype so please go to the blogs for a recap from those who attended (thank you everyone): Ami Amikaraevans@blogspot.co.uk Cassie http://cassievercoe.blogspot.co.uk/ Katrina http://katrinawilson1989.blogspot.co.uk/
Jess http://jessboswell.blogspot.co.uk Kayleigh kayleighbapp.blogspot.co.uk
and Sophie http://sophiedonald.blogspot.co.uk
NOTE I HAVE CORRECTED THE DATE ON THIS SLIDES SHARE - WORK IS DUE BY THE 6TH OF JANUARY 2016
We have had some good news - Kayleigh has volunteered to be our BAPP Arts Student Voice Leader. A big thank you Kayleigh! This is really helpful for feedback and advice on how to co-create within the course. I will send an email round about his in the near future.
Please see the slideshare from the session below.
Friday, 30 September 2016
I saw some sponsored content (promotional piece) when I was looking at the news today
that is talking about how we are using technology today.
Googling the digital cloud I found everything from commercial sites that offer cloud storage http://www.virtustream.com/solutions/solutions-for-sap?gclid=CP387cvwts8CFVQ_GwodbecGqw and information about the future of art technology http://www.digitalartsonline.co.uk/news/creative-software/adobe-reveals-future-plans-creative-cloud-2016/
I had better luck when I looked up 'cloud computing' http://uk.pcmag.com/networking-communications-software-products/16824/feature/what-is-cloud-computing
Key words can be useful to figure out what you want to know and define terms of what is its you are interested in.... see a past example that BAPP Arts looked at
looking for love!
Thursday, 29 September 2016
Good to see these blogs up - the majority have the CV/bibliography up and many that have started some very interesting conversations that involve practice. I am definitely going to return to these in the near future. Adesola and I really enjoy these conversations.
I know I probably have a few more addresses than this apologies if I missed yours - but can everyone please add your blog address to the comments or send/resend me your blog address in an email and we can add them to the list!
Also if you have not already - please add the Followers options as it is really helpful.
Alyshia https://alyshiawaite.blogspot.com this blog? needs to be opened to the public
Friday, 23 September 2016
Module 3: Part 7 – The Professional Inquiry (Paula)
We will catch up on where you are now...
Download the Module 3 Handbook and Reader 7 form your MY Learning module online - let me know if yo are having problems downloading these!
Friday September 30 at 8 pm online Skype
RSVP in the comments of this post so I can expect you!!
Hi everyone -
Induction and orientation - yes my thoughts - getting started is sometimes hard to do - start slow - think ahead by reading the materials - you are not late at all - we start next week.
Please look around at others blogs and you should have already started a Skype list o that you can get in touch with others - here is the list that we will now update with new starters http://paulanottingham.blogspot.com/2016/03/bapp-arts-blog-addresses-spring-2015-16.html
Feel good about beginning again !!!! This is a great programme and it is about thinking critically about what you do. There are tasks to guide you but each person will follow their on professional pathway to create the content of their coursework.
I mentioned that I was away this week at a conference http://www.designsonelearning.net and visiting relatives in the States over the weekend.
The conference has been very good... I saw Siemens take part in mock debate on the first day - he was concerned with well-being for online interaction see his professional blog https://www.edsurge.com/news/2016-08-11-our-technology-is-our-ideology-george-siemens-on-the-future-of-digital-learning. and Audrey Watters who used pigeons to talk about educational technology http://hackeducation.com/2016/09/22/pigeon - check out her professional blog http://audreywatters.com
Good conversations to bring back to BAPP Arts - more coming up on these...
FYI I am around all day on the Tuesday the 27th via Adobe connect and be sorting out a blog list - PLEASE SEND ME YOUR BLOG ADDRESS if you have just started and I will put it on the list.
Adobe Connect (Breeze) BAPP Arts Meeting Room orientation (Paula)
27th September at 11am and 3pm and 8pm all modules
This is a technology orientation day to help you get connected to our Adobe Connect system and to help get started on the course. There will be a post announcing this session on Paula’s blog. RSVP in the comments of the post on Paula’s blog. You will need wear headphones to use this system.
If you have not connected to the BAPP Arts Meeting Room before – please try this system on this day.
AND (I will also put this in a separate blog for the RSVP)
Module 3: Part 7 – The Professional Inquiry (Paula)
Friday September 30 at 8 pm online Skype There will be a post announcing this session on Paula’s blog. RSVP in the comments of the post on Paula’s blog.
Here is the freedom tower...
Friday, 9 September 2016
This is a reminder about Induction for new starters - you should have received and email from me and RSVP'd for a Skype induction - here are the dates - get in touch if you still need to do this. Paula will host/call for the Skype so please make sure you are connected and can do group sessions with good connectivity!
Friday 9th September at 8pm GMT (UK time)
Saturday 10th September at 11am GMT
also if needed
Monday 12th September at 11am GMT
|bonsai - new beginnings|
Also a reminder for BAPP (Module Two & Three) – we have orientation sessions on:
Friday 16th September at 8pm (time in London) Adesola will host/call for this Skype. Please RSVP on Adesola’s blog http://adesolaa.blogspot.co.uk/2016/09/welcome-welcome-back.html
Saturday 17th September at 11am (time in London) Paula will host /call for this:
PLEASE COMMENT on this blog to RSVP so we can set up a Skype call with you!
The new schedule starts the 26th September - see previous blog- and I am putting the new module space up on MY Learning by early next week with new modules handbooks.