- What is UAL like?
- What is the Moodle?
- What is Arts Moodle?
- What digital learning tools does UAL use?
- What is UAL?
- Why choose UAL awarding body?
- What is a UAL Level 3 subsidiary?
- Where are UAL colleges located?
- What digital tools are available at UAL?
- What digital tools are available to students?
- What are the best online learning tools for teachers?
What is UAL like?
UAL is the world’s biggest factory for making trouble (Grayson Perry, UAL Chancellor). We are 1 university, made up of 6 Colleges and 19,000+ students from everywhere. And we are top 2 in the world for Art and Design (QS World University Rankings 2021).
What is the Moodle?
Moodle is the virtual learning environment (VLE) at UAL. This will be the main ‘home’ for your course online. Visit Moodle regularly for important information about your course, to submit assessments and take part in online activities such as forums and webinars (online seminars and lectures).
What is Arts Moodle?
Arts Moodle. Skip Welcome to Moodle. Moodle is part of UALs Digital Learning Services. The Digital Learning Services are a collection of platforms that are used to enhance teaching and learning at the university. MyBlog, Workflow, BB Collaborate, Turnitin and Assessment Feedback are the other platforms that make up the Digital Learning Services.
What digital learning tools does UAL use?
To help you get started we’re sharing important guidance on the key digital learning tools UAL uses and how to get the most out of studying online. Moodle is the virtual learning environment (VLE) at UAL. This will be the main ‘home’ for your course online.
What is UAL?
What is UAL? UAL is University of the Arts London, a University comprised of 6 distinct Colleges. Each College has a rich history dating back to the 19th or early 20th century, and each has earned a global reputation for supporting students to produce work of outstanding quality.
Why choose UAL awarding body?
Our qualifications are designed with education and industry partners, so they provide students with the latest knowledge and skills. UAL Awarding Body qualifications have high retention and achievement rates, and providers who work with us can benefit from: Adaptable qualifications that help students reach their potential
What is a UAL Level 3 subsidiary?
Find out more about the new UAL Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Visual Arts - a smaller sized qualification for post-16 learners interested in pursuing the visual arts. Read more about our Art and Design qualifications - providing students with an exciting start to their artistic careers.
Where are UAL colleges located?
Our Colleges are located at different sites across London. As a student at UAL you will have a home base at your College but be able to access other College sites to use certain facilities, such as libraries and learning zones to meet other students. Learn more about our Colleges.