Assessing group work and incorporating an element of peer review or evaluation can be a fraught process that can lead to friction. The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries’ School of Creative Technologies at the University of Portsmouth use Teammates to smooth assessment and evaluations.
BA (Hons) Photography students Ben Hatherly and Archie Munro have been selected for Source Magazine Graduate Selections.
At the GTC EGM on 18th July 2017 the proposal to change the full name of the GTC to the Guild of Television Camera Professionals was passed.
MA Photography student Krasimira Butseva recently appears on Bulgarian National Television discussing her work, exhibitions and awards. She was invited to their studio in Sofia.
Jessica Sandwell graduated from her Contemporary Fine Art degree at the University of Portsmouth’s Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries in 2016. We caught up with her to see what she’s been up to since graduation!
A scheme that accredits the best university games courses, created by lecturer Dr Mark Eyles of the University of Portsmouth Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries, has won the Outstanding Product/Service category at the 2017 Global Business Excellence Awards.
An animated film depicting teddy bears as refugees by a Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries student at the University of Portsmouth has won an award from the charity, Refugee Education Across Conflicts Trust (REACT).
A collaboration between the Cluster for Sustainable Cities, Faculty of Creative & Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth and the Southampton-based company MA Systems and Control Ltd is exploring the potential for innovative building-integrated urban wind power technology.
As I reflect on my placement year working with the Enterprise and Innovation team, I feel a certain level of smugness from what I have managed to achieve in the past ten months.
Doug Smith, a graduate of the Fine Art Degree at Portsmouth College of Art, returned to Portsmouth this March to visit the city.