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Supporting open practice on process.arts. The aims of this SCORE Fellowship Project were to explore relationships between traditional arts practice and OER practice: Including use and reuse of OER, best processes and practices, OER communities, inter-college collaborations and the development of an open Arts-UKOER community of practice.

OER | OER arts resources | SCORE dissemination | Open practice | Copyright issues | OER reuse | Useful websites

HEA Commissioned work by SCORE Fellows

The below papers were presented at the open university in collaboration with the HEA and SCORE 11 July 2012.

HEA Commissioned work by SCORE Fellows

Drawing on the wealth of OER experience and knowledge of SCORE Fellows (Support Centre for Open Resources in Education), the HEA has commissioned a set of ten high quality case studies.

Combining Creative Commons licenses for OERs

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Second part of Creating OER and Combining Licenses - Full  - This video is intended to help you choose comp

Creating OER and Combining Licenses - Full

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This video is intended to help you choose compatible resources and choose a valid license for your work.

Creative Commons licences explained

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By Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand with support from InternetNZ. To find out more about Creative Commons in New Zealand visit us at creativecommons.org.nz

Open Education in Practice. Hard and soft skills for creating open educational resources (OERs) and open content communities

Crowd and cloud: towards a collaborative future, 5 – 7 September 2012

SCORE Fellowship Final Report: Chris Follows

Exploring collaborative use and re-use of OER rich media resources in art and design

By Chris Follows, University of the Arts, London

Building digital capacity for the arts: Rights and IP

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Video for arts organisations and artists from across England who want to learn from and share experiences about the use, exploitation and development of rights models around new and archive materia

IPR For Educational Environments - IPR Education

The free online Intellectual Property Rights for Educational Environments course is a HEFCE funded, and Higher Education Academy (HEA)/JISC managed, project created to introduce and build awar

HEA conference 2012 OER social media content communities within the arts, design & media

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Two SCORE fellows discuss OER use of social 4610 reads

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