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Reflective Dialogues exhibition at Morley CollegeLast week our Learning Resources Centre Manager got an invitation for the launch of the Reflective Dialogues exhibition at Morley College.

Reflective Dialogues is the results of a Learning Skills Improvement Service (LSIS) project which had 10 practitioners from 10 Art and Design courses in the London area trying out online technologies. The subject areas included everything from dress making to stained glass. The exhibition itself focuses on the  relationship between teacher and learner through the use of  Electronic Individual Learning Plans (eILPs).  The five colleges who took part were EC Bexley, Croydon Adult Learning and Training (CALAT), Morley College, NALS Newham, and Working Men’s College.

The exhibition is set to move to each college. And it’s free.

Find out more about the LSIS Leadership with Technology: Regional Collaboration Fund (RCF) Final Report 2013

DVD standA major exhibition of the abstract Lebanese artist Saloua Raouda Choucair launched on the 17 April at Tate Modern. This is the first time a UK exhibition of her work has taken place in the UK. Find out more about her art and the exhibition on the Tate Modern page.

On a Lebanese theme we’ve been adding some new films in Arabic and English from the Lebanese director Nadine Labaki to our collection:


Where do we go now?

Caramel tells the tale of a group of women working in a beauty parlour. Whilst Where do we go Now? focuses on a group of Lebanese women that decide to do something about the conflict in their village between Christians and Muslims.

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