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Resources for Creative Online Practice

Please see list of resources and activities for supporting Creative Online Practice, the list will be update

Supporting Creative Online Practice

Over the past few years the University of the Arts London (UAL) has worked closely with staff and students in exploring aspects of ‘online identities:

Pixabay free photos, vectors and art illustrations

Finding free images of high quality is a tedious task - due to copyright issues, attribution requirements, or simply the lack of quality.

How artificial intelligence will make technology disappear

A recording from a really interesting event and presentation about Artificial intelligence (AI the ability to create autonomy in artificial agents) what AI is (and isn’t), foster constructive

Free images from the Library of Congress

The Library of Congress serve as the national library for the United States, based in Washington, DC.

Free Images download & use from National Gallery of Art

NGA Images is a repository of digital images of the collections of the National Gallery of Art. On this website you can search, browse, share, and download images.

MakerSpace for Open Practice DeL 2015

University of the Arts London (UAL) has led the field in open education & digital literacies activities & projects in arts subjects over the past eight years, mostly through external or par

Gravity Sketch Oculus Rift virtual reality and Imperial College Advanced Hackspace at the Tate

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Tate Britain education team hosted a really interesting ‘Digital Artists show and tell’ event in the

Mural.ly remote image & visual teaching play space

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Mural.ly is a commercial a visual aid to help think and share, teaching play space, remote brainstorming, story telling, mind mapping.

Launch of the BBC Micro Bit computer and potential impacts on FE and HE arts education

The Micro Bit is a small a pocket-sized computer developed through an ambitious collaboration of tech and industry partners led by the BBC and is set to be given to all one million UK based Year 7

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