Digital Learning encompasses the use of digital tools and spaces within teaching to improve the quality of the student experience.
Digital learning takes many forms. Examples include: online discussions, collaborative writing, producing online portfolios, giving recorded audio feedback, running live polls in the classroom, participating in online seminars.
All LCC courses use Moodle as a digital space for course information and learning activities, as well as the Assessment Feedback tool (previously OAT) for feedback and provisional grades.
Additional UAL digital learning platforms – Turnitin, Workflow, MyBlogs, Collaborate Ultra, Padlet & Panopto – support a variety of online learning activities. See Digital Learning Services for further information about each platform.
In addition, Miro and Mural have both been approved for use with students but are not supported by UAL.
Teaching Online Block Two 2021
See Teaching Online for the latest on online delivery for Summer Term.
Digital Learning Support
Support and guidance for staff are provided by UAL Digital Learning Support & the LCC Digital Learning Team:
- See Teaching Online for guides to using the Digital Learning platforms
- Contact the LCC Digital Learning Team and the LCC Digital Champions by posting a message in the Teaching @ LCC Microsoft Team.
- Contact UAL Digital Learning Support via MySupport for system and student data problems.
- Students are primarily supported by Course teams as most questions tend to have a contextual answer relating to the course.
- There is a Studying Online page for students which includes some guides.
- The LCC Information Centre provide assistance with logging in to Moodle.
- Students should contact IT Services for problems with UAL accounts.
Further details: Support for LCC Students using Digital Learning Platforms
Training for students
Training sessions for students in the use of Workflow & MyBlogs are supported by LCC & central UAL Digital Learning staff. The sessions are planned and delivered jointly with a member of the Course team. If you are interested in co-facilitating a workshop for your students please contact LCCDigitalLearning@lcc.arts.ac.uk.
Digital Learning Strategy
LCC has a Digital Learning Strategy covering 2018-19 to 2021-22. See LCC Digital Learning Strategy for an overview and a link to the full strategy.
Digital Creative Attributes Framework (DCAF)
The DCAF is an expression of the UAL Creative Attributes Framework (CAF). It is a list of digital practices (e.g. Connectivity: Using digital tools and spaces to connect to, and work with, collaborators) that students should develop during their time at LCC.
It can be used to help design teaching activities and to help students reflect on their digital practices in relation to the attributes. Read more about DCAF & CAF