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Printmaking Courses
Guidelines for submission for formal assessment
Look at OCA’s Student Support Guide
 Assessments and how to get qualified,
 available to download from, OCA’s student website: oca-student.com. This will tell you about the assessment process. Also look out for videos and other tips on assessment that are posted on weareoca.com. Look out for updates on these guidelines on oca-student. com Digital Submissions
Please note that all written work (tutor reports, learning logs and blogs do not have to be printed out, if they are submitted digitally) submitted for assessment MUST be submitted digitally as well as printed out and submitted on paper along with the rest of your submission. Digital work should be submitted to assessment@oca-uk.com, clearly stating your name, student number, the course name and what the digital work attached is (eg critical review, essay etc) This is a requirement and is to enable OCA to carry out plagiarism checks on work, and a requirement of our validation with the University for the Creative Arts. If you are submitting an entirely digital portfolio on CD or a USB stick, or entirely via a blog, only a sustained piece of writing (such as an essay or critical review) needs to be sent to assessment@oca-uk.com as well as printed out and submitted for assessment in hard copy.
If you are submitting work on a USB stick or a CD please ensure you check it thoroughly for viruses before you send it in.
OCA strongly recommends students purchase an A1 lightweight plastic portfolio. The best are polylite portfolios made of lightweight sturdy corrugated plastic. These portfolios are spacious and boxlike with plastic catches that can be taped up. These are generally robust and spacious enough for all student requirements as well as cheaper to post. They are also cheaper than other portfolios. We do not recommend using leather or leatherette portfolios which are heavy, nor the use of plastic sleeves which create reflection on work.  Transporting any work that is too big to go in a plastic portfolio, either because its too thick, too long or wide, or 3D in nature, should be wrapped carefully in a suitable box, labelled and added to a contents list and sent with your submission. Please do not wrap up work in your own makeshift portfolios, since this often involves them having to re-wrap and repair them, and they are often heavier to post.  All your work should be clearly labelled, stating which assignment it relates to, with your name and student number on the back of every item you submit. Where there is a clear link between project work and your learning log, or blog, this should be clearly labelled or cross referenced in some way. You must supply a Contents list with your submission.
 The professionalism of your presentation is important and you will lose marks for poor presentation. Students may consult with their tutor if they feel unsure about what to include in their submission based on their strengths and weaknesses and also for guidance on presentation methods.
Level one course (HE Level 4)
 The outputs from each assignment: monoprints, relief prints, collatype block prints, and combination prints demonstrating experimentation
 Your sketchbooks and studies
 Your learning log
Contents list
Important note about Assignment one for level one courses.
 Although Assignment one is not formally assessed component of the course, the assessors do want to see it, so that they gain a comprehensive view of your development. So, if you are applying for formal assessment, do send assignment one in with all the others.
Level two course (HE Level 5)
 The outputs from each assignment: including landscape, abstract, chiaroscuro and portrait prints plus a print inspired by your memory
 Your sketchbooks and studies
 Your critical review of between 1,500 and 2,000 words this should be submitted as a sixth assignment, but you should be working on this along side your other work (send both physical and digital copies)
 Your learning log
Contents list
Level three course (HE Level 6)
Four series of prints, each series of between 6 and 12 prints
 Your sketchbooks and studies
 Your critical review of between 3,000 and 3,500 words (send both physical and digital copies)
 Your learning log
Contents list
 You must also submit copies of all your tutor report forms. If your tutor has annotated your written work, then you must submit the annotated version of the written work as well as the final version.
 Your overall submission may not weigh more than 20 kg in total.
 Any submission in excess of 20 kg will incur a surcharge for additional postage and admin. All essays and reviews must be sent physically AND digitally. They must be emailed to the following address at OCA: assessment@oca-uk.com.  The email must be headed with your name and student number. OCA checks students’ work with a software plagiarism checker.It is a requirement that you purchase an A1
plastic portfolio. The best are polylite portfolios made of lightweight sturdy corregated plastic. These portfolios are spacious and boxlike with plastic catches

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