Symposium 21/10/2021 – Lightning Talk Mo Ling Chui – Video

Mo-Ling Chui, Course Leader for Design Management at London College of Communication, UAL, shares the Hackathon that was designed to address issues of identity, belonging and sense of community.

Using collaborative strategies and design thinking, students were prompted to self-assess using inspirational prompts: ‘I like, I wish, I wonder’.

This session took place online during the ‘Belonging through assessment: Pipelines of compassion’ symposium on 21st October 2021.

The symposium forms part of the QAA Collaborative Enhancement Project 2021 and is a partnership between University of the Arts London (UAL), Glasgow School of Art (GSA) and Leeds Arts University (LAU).

Symposium 21/10/2021 – Lightning talk Michael Smith – Video

Michael Smith, Course Leader for Animation at Leeds Arts University shares some of his approaches to building community and belonging through assessment practices.

The use of dialogic approach to feedback is explored as a way to reduce anxiety and pressure for students.

This lightning talk took place online during the ‘Belonging through assessment: Pipelines of compassion’ symposium on 21st October 2021.

The symposium forms part of the QAA Collaborative Enhancement Project 2021 and is a partnership between University of the Arts London (UAL), Glasgow School of Art (GSA) and Leeds Arts University (LAU).

Symposium 21/10/2021 – Creative Arts Learning Model – Video



Professor Sheila Gaffney and Nina Spencer offer their insights into how registry and academics worked together to develop an assessment framework: Creative Arts Learning Model (CALM) at Leeds Arts University.

The framework responded to concerns over learning outcomes and assessment criteria that were not fit for purpose in a creative arts context.

This session took place online during the ‘Belonging through assessment: Pipelines of compassion’ symposium on 21st October 2021.

The symposium forms part of the QAA Collaborative Enhancement Project 2021 and is a partnership between University of the Arts London (UAL), Glasgow School of Art (GSA) and Leeds Arts University (LAU).