BA Honours Professional
Induction 28 January 2014
Adesola Akinleye, Alan Durrant, Paula Nottingham
10am - 11
11 - 12
12 - 1pm
1 - 2pm
2 – 3:00
Welcome and Introduction to Middlesex
Introduction to the 1st Module and RoL
Admissions and Student Cards
Library Visit: Digital Literacy (in the Library)
Plenary End of Session
We have a home campus but this is self managed learning so a lot
happens at a distance. Everyone will have an academic adviser to help.
A liberal estimate of the time it will take during the 12 week study periods
is approximately 6 hours per week (or more). Schedule this into your own
diary as study time so that the work can fit around your other jobs.
We work with social media, digital media and paper copies.
Deadlines for drafts and final work are important.
Some administrative points for BAPP (Arts)
1. Keep in contact and update your programme leader and
advisers with your correct contact details.
2. Avni Shah is now a Media and Performing Arts administrator
on 0208 411 4129.
3. Students cards should be processed for this module so that
you will have them when you need them.
4. Our student representative for BAPP (Arts) is Lizzy Rowden.
Please work with her and other peers to help us improve the
1. BAPP (Arts) feedback forms are at the end of the Modules
you take. The form will most likely be on Survey Monkey. We
value feedback and have used your feedback in our planning
of the new curriculum for BAPP (Arts).
Assessment is clearly
outlined in the
Handbook & Module
Assessment this term
is due to be submitted
13th May 2013.
Our assessment is
linked to university
The Readers are there to
support your learning and
to challenge you. They are
not there as just ‘content’
to learn… but are there to
get you thinking about
your professional practice.
This is a Level 6 Honours
level programme so the
expectations are that
your work will be of high
standard and your
learning will be selfmanaged. Dedicated
support is available from
your adviser, the BAPP
(Arts) team, and the