Julian Surma as been attending meetings and the CollabHub symposium throughout his degree. Drawing on the networking and project development possibilities he has developed lasting collaborative relationships with students in other departments as well as with people outside the university. He says: "CollabHub, without a doubt has helped to sculpt my professional identity and has prepared … Continue reading Why CollabHub?
The next CollabHub meeting will be on October 30th at 15:15. Please visit the event on Facebook. Secure your place here on Eventbrite It is a fantastic opportunity to meet people from different disciplines, hear ideas for projects and pitch your own. Maybe you are a game developer and you need sound designers, or a composer … Continue reading Next meeting October 30th
Please click here for your ticket Also here is the Facebook event group. Feel free to join there, to network and to see who else is going. Facebook Page for updates Logo designed by Pip Williamson Animated by Reuben Thomas
In 2005 Kirklees Council supported by Arts Council England delivered an extensive project to show the scale of the Holocaust and other genocides. Artist Antonia Stowe designed installations and events, curating the 6million+ projects, which have drawn a wide range of communities together for reflection. In 2013 a group of students engaged with this via … Continue reading Collaboration with 6Million+ continues
Meetings start again officially October but a small working group will be meeting over the summer. If you want to know more about when meetings are happening just join the mailing list (see tab above). There are two key aims of the meetings: - to provide anyone with an idea the chance to stand up and … Continue reading Curious to attend a CollabHub meeting?
Tonight is the annual summer showcase of some outstanding music technology work. Film soundtracks, sound design, surround sound works spanning a wide range of electronic genres and Dex Hannon, Reuben Thomas and Alex Baker's collaboration created via the CollabHub. Starts at 7.30 in Phipps Hall in the Creative Arts Building at The University of Huddersfield. … Continue reading Synaesthesia colour font – performance in the music technology summer showcase event June 22nd
Thank you to everyone who participated in our 3rd festival of collaboration this year. We have more images and video footage to share over the next few weeks, particularly of the music collaborations presented in the concert at the end of the day. For how a few images from Chermagne Barnachea and myself (Liz) to give … Continue reading Celebrating collaboration at the symposium
Welcoming you to the 3rd annual networking festival of collaboration May 16th at The University of Huddersfield Register here for a free place Come to meet local organisations and see how you might put your skills to use in our local communities. Inviting you... Welcoming local businesses, community groups, undergraduates and alumni, and companies from all sectors to … Continue reading CollabHub Symposium 2015
We are very close to announcing the lineup for the 2015 CollabHub Symposium. We have two very special guest speakers lined up, lots of local community organisations poised to participate in the collaboration expo, a world premier, potentially a prize giving and lots of 'basic introduction to...' workshops (Ableton, Illustrator, public speaking...) The CollabHub Symposium … Continue reading CollabHub Symposium May 16th – hold the date
I love this initiative! Assuming that lecturers aren’t already maxed out busy I like it because those informal conversations really offer unguided opportunities to explore topics and ideas away from the formal curriculum. Also, the lecturer can learn just as much from and about students as the students do about their topic. I’m not fishing for coffee here but take advantage of the scheme and see which of the staff feel like taking their coffee break with you!
Following the Educating Huddersfield event organised by the University of Huddersfield Students’ Union (SU), the Teaching and Learning Institute (TALI) in collaboration with the SU is offering students a voucher to ‘take a lecturer for a coffee’. The aim is to promote student and staff conversations about teaching and learning and is part of developing a partnership approach to the educational experience at Huddersfield.
The Teaching and Learning Institute has already contacted all students who attended the event to offer them an opportunity to explore in an informal way some aspects of teaching and learning. The vouchers are for £10 and can be used in most of the catering outlets on campus.
If you are a University of Huddersfield student and you are interested in this scheme, you can collect a voucher from Natalia Rosca or Karolis Pantelejevas (TALI Project Assistants) in the Central Service Building, level 10, room 06.
Please email them…
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