The teacher's guide to Creative Commons licenses

The Creative Commons licenses are crucial tools for making and using Open Educational Resources (OER).

Microsoft HoloLens

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We envisioned a world where technology could become more personal. Where it could adapt to the natural ways we communicate, learn, and create.

The Public Domain Project download free historic media files for your creative projects

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The Public Domain Project Download thousands of historic media files for your creative projects. Completely free:

About DigiTell

DigiTell: Sharing experience of digital arts learning, teaching & practice, perspectives of emergent practice from students, staff & the creative industries.

Communication Design Insights from the Creative Industries by Derek Yates and Jessica Price

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About Communication Design: The success of a piece of communication has always been dependent on the connection between content, form, audience and context – what the message is, who it's


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From Adam Buxton's MeeBOX pilot, BBC3, 2007.

Transforming Tate Britain: Archives & Access

The Archives & Access project takes the largest archive of British art in the world and makes it accessible to national and international online audiences, through an ambitious programme of dig

Online learning at Camberwell Chelsea & Wimbledon Colleges of Art (CCW)

Whether we like it or not Google is arguably the first port of call for finding stuff on the web.

DIAL 2014 Summary and overview

Review CLTAD provision for ‘DIAL like’ work in the development and delivery of college digital projects, outside the current CLTAD delivery model.

The Internet's Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz

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The film follows the story of programming prodigy and information activist Aaron Swartz.

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