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Digital Learning Practice

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The Digital Learning Practice team helps staff at UAL to engage, inspire and manage their students online as teaching and learning extends into digital spaces. We do this by providing pedagogic expertise and day-to-day support of digital teaching processes and practices.

We collaborate with colleges to help staff make best use of the digital as more of our work, study and life moves online. We do this by:

  • Providing advice on designing curriculum which connects students in digital spaces
  • Supporting key processes online such as eSubmission and feedback
  • Providing opportunities for students to engage with industry and to develop relevant skills for a digital future.

The Digital Creative Attributes Framework (DCAF) is an expression of the UAL Creative Attributes Framework (CAF). It provides a shared language around digital which can be used across colleges and subject areas to support the development of creative and collaborative practices in the digital environment. Visit the DCAF website to find out more, including a staff guide to using the DCAF for teaching and learning.

Teaching online

UAL staff can refer to Teaching online for information on the Inclusive Core Practice, educational videos and platform guidance.

Studying online

UAL students can find important guidance about the digital learning tools UAL uses and how to get the most out of studying online.


If you would like any support or guidance for Assessment Feedback, Collaborate Ultra, Moodle, myblog, Padlet, Panopto and Workflow, submit a ticket through MySupport.