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22 OCTOBER 2013

Nottingham Trent University: celebrating 170 years of art and design

"Our creative journey first began 170 years ago in 1843, with the opening of the Nottingham Government School of Design in the city. Driven by a growing need for design skills in regional industries, most predominantly in textiles and lace, 20 years of rapid evolution in art and design education followed."

(Nottingham Trent University)

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170th anniversary • 1843 • 186319th century2014applied artsapplied craft and designart and designart and design educationart schoolscelebrationdesign educationdesign schoolsdesign studio educationGovernment School of Designindustrial artsJon Burgermanlacelace manufacturinglace-making • life drawing • NottinghamNottingham city • Nottingham Government School of Design • Nottingham Trent UniversityNTUpurpose-builttechnical collegeUKvocational training • Waverley building

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Simon Perkins
22 OCTOBER 2012

Nottingham Trent University Art & Design Degree Shows 2012 (promotional video)

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2012 • Ann Priest • art and designart and design graduate exhibitionart and design schoolart studentsBA • Carl-Eiler Rodrigues • College of Art and Design and Built Environment • Craig Chettle • David Higgins • degree showgraduate exhibitiongraduate showsgraduate students • Helen Beswick • Janine Clark • Jessica Philips • Laura Barnes • Luke McGibney • NottinghamNottingham Trent UniversityNTU • Paul Bailey • Peter Westland • promotional materialpromotional video • Sally Wade • Sam Burrill • Sasha Peterson • School of Art and Design • Sean Prince • Shari-Jayne Boda • Simon PerkinsUK

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Simon Perkins
26 SEPTEMBER 2012

Animated Presentation Describing Grade-Based Assessment at NTU

"For the 2012 / 13 academic year, NTU is introducing a new scheme for assessing undergraduate students' work. The scheme is known as grade–based assessment or GBA.

A major advantage of GBA is that it ensures that there is a direct link between the expected learning outcomes of the part of the course being assessed and what you, the student, have demonstrated in the assessment. This short video explains this.

The specific arrangements relating to the assessment of a module will be set out in module documentation. Previously, assessed work was awarded a mark, usually a percentage. Following the introduction of GBA, each piece of assessed work will be awarded one of 17 grades.

You will be informed about what is expected of you in order to achieve a particular grade. This information will mean that feedback on your work will be clear and you will be able to evaluate your progress towards your final degree classification."

(Nottingham Trent University)

[This animated presentation provides an overview of the grade–based marking scheme which is being introduced at Nottingham Trent University for the 2012 / 13 academic year. The presentation is clearly aimed at NTU students (and refers to the university–specific VLE called the "NOW" – the "NTU Online Workspace"), despite this the clip covers issues which I expect have more general relevance to students studying at other institutions.]

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17-point marking scale • 2012academic progressanimated explainer videoanimated presentationassessed workassessmentcourse modules • degree classification • expected learning outcomes • feedbackfeedback and assessment • GBA (assessment) • grade-based assessment • grade-based marking scheme • gradinglearning outcomesNottingham Trent University • NOW (acronym) • NTU • NTU Online Workspace • pedagogy • percentage • performance metricsprogramme modulessummative assessment • summative evaluation • UKundergraduate students

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Simon Perkins
09 AUGUST 2012

Last Chance: 1st year student short film about friendship

"The project has given me a close insight to working with new people and having a responsibility within a crew. I feel as though my knowledge has excelled in the moving image area. I discovered that so much hard work and effort goes into a short five minute production."

(Zoe Stroud, 2012)

Fig.1 This short film called "Last Chance" (2012) was created as part of the coursework for the 1st year Design Practice 2 module in the BA (Hons) Multimedia programme at Nottingham Trent University (UK).

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2012 • Bartholomew Bazaz • being put in a group • CanonCanon 7Dclapperboard • close group of friends • colour correctioncoursework • creative knowledge • design project • DSLR cinematography • film pre-production • film producer role • first year art and designfriendship • Georgia Hirth • group project • group workintimate image • Kalab Khaliq • learning experience • learning task • moving imageMultimedia 1st year • Nick Horton • Nick Rood • Nick Rook • Nottingham Trent UniversityNTU Multimediaon locationpartypersonal developmentpersonal research • Phillip Nodding • positive learning experience • production planning • Roma Patelshallow depth of fieldshooting scheduleshort filmstudent filmsstudent work • Tom Roberts • woods • working in a group • Zoe Stroud

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Simon Perkins
18 JUNE 2012

Art and Design and Built Environment College Research Conference and Festival: Perspectives on the Material World

"Thursday, 28 June 2012, 09.00 am – 17.30 pm, Exhibition–Newton Central Gallery, Conference–Newton LT3, LT37, LT33 and LT32, Welcome 9 am – 9.30 am in Newton Central Gallery, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, UK.

All University staff, students and guests are invited to come along to this exciting research conference and festival. The conference has a series of parallel sessions of papers organised round research groups, as well as an exhibition.

This year's innovations will include workshop sessions on the seven candidate REF impact case studies, as well as the involvement of the Future Factory. Video art, production engineering, sustainable consumption, C18 textiles, concrete, knitting – all these and more will be the origin of papers in this year's Art and Design and Built Environment College Research Conference and Festival. This rich collection of research has a common concern to understand and shape our relationship to the material world; physically, socially and philosophically."

(Nottingham Trent University)

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2012 • academia-industry • Art and Design and Built Environment College Research Conference and Festival • art and design conference • art and intermedia • art practicesbuilt environment • C18 textiles • College of Art and Design and Built Environmentcolloquiaconcreteconference • construction management • construction processes • design and visual culturedesign researcheducation and practice • Future Factory • heritage and architecture • impact case studiesintermediaknittingmaterial worldmaterialitymedical deviceNottingham Trent UniversityNTUpedagogy research • perspectives on the material world • product design • production engineering • real estate • REF • REF impact case studies • research conference and festival • research festival • research groupsshaping our relationship to the material worldsustainable consumption • sustainable technology • understanding our relationship to the material world • video artwearable devicesworkshop sessions

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Simon Perkins
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