Wednesday, 6 February 2019

ICMs - Sumy, Bath Spa and Yerevan

International Credit Mobility (ICM) between Sumy State University (SSU) and IADT. Student cabinet system - 13th October 2018 to 20th October 2018

A student cabinet is a place in which to keep students? Not quite... Student Cabinet refers rather to a paperless feedback and information system for students, a possible single point of entry for each individual student to the ICT systems they need in order to successfully pursue their studies.

Sumy State University have developed such a system, as a result of recommendations made during our June 2016 Tempus ALIGN project peer review of SSU's 'Computational Mechanics' study programme.

The concept behind our new ICM (International Credit Mobility) project is to allow SSU staff and students to present their university cabinet system, so that IADT staff can peer review the cabinet, using IADT lenses.

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Destin – 31st October 2018 planning meet in Bath Spa University with Paul Hyland, Rachael Mc Donald and Konstantin Kyrychenko

main tv studio - Bath Spa University

Rachael and Paul planning - October 31st 2018


International Credit Mobility (ICM) between IADT and SAFAA (State Academy of Fine Arts of Armenia) and YSITC (Yerevan State Institute of Theatre and Cinematography). 10th November 2018 to 17th November 2018. This was a planning visit to start our ICM project. Over the next two years, through trainings, site visits and job-shadowing, we hope to enhance SAFAA and YSITC professional development and possibly to design a capacity building toolkit for small Art, Design and Media Academies and Institutions.

Thanks especially to Mane, Lucy and Mika for their enormous hospitality and engagement during the planning visit.

geghard - cultural activities

YSITC - stopmotion setup

YSITC - student theatre stage

sevan - cultural activities

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