This site is a static archive of Process Arts, an open online repository of arts learning resources that was active from 2009 - 2017

Inside Out: Linking OERs to professional development and knowledge management activities

The ALTO team are presenting two papers at the Manchester OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES 2011 conference. http://www.ucel.ac.uk/oer11/

Theatre Metalwork blog by Steve Wood at Wimbledon

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A great blog Theatre Metalwork by Steve Wood at Wimbledon http://theatr

Education-Portal.com interview

Education-Portal.com recently attended the OpenCourseWare Consortium (OCWC), a gathering of educators and professionals interested in the availability and application of free online college course

John Casey ALTO Manchester OER11, Manchester

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Lecture slides - The ALTO Project:  Linking OERs to Professional Development and Knowledge Management activities.

Exploring best practice in the collaborative use of OER rich media resources in art & design practice based-learning & teaching

My role as ‘Arts Learning and Teaching Online’ (ALTO) college coordinator at the University of the Arts London provides a rare opportunity to observe and contrast how OER learning content is create

WCA Foundation Video & Animation FMP

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This is the first time I've introduced a group blog to support teaching, learning and assessment at Wimbledon College of Foundation

SCORE - Introduction to OER podcasts

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SCORE - Introduction to OER, I attended this seminar at the Open University site in Milton Keynes, United Kingdom on 25/01/2011 it was aimed at educators wh

What are the terms of a Creative Commons license?

From the Creative Commons website, the key terms of the core suite of Creative Commons licenses are: Att

NEW - licensing and copyright charts from OER IPR Support Project

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Please see charts attached or visit

Kultur project - Creative repositories for the arts

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Kultur, a project that is funded by the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) and that uses the world-leading EPrints software from the University of Southampton, has developed a joint pilot r