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

SCORE

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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

Open practice Stories Further Education perspectives

Open practice Stories Further Education perspectives

Project plan process.arts as a service

Process.arts, a grass roots web2.0 open educational environment for sharing day-to-day arts practice and research of staff and students, currently provides a new ‘open learning’ space t

OPEN ONLINE PRACTICE

There are two possible levels to open practice in the creative sector, as the teaching/technical staff are all teacher/practitioners.

FAST OER (Federated Arts Search Tool for OER) a single search across multiple aggregated sources

Name of JISC Initiative: HEA/JISC OER Programme: Rapid Innovation

Unsuccessful bid: Feedback response from JISC:

Which university online service do you use?

How process.arts fits into UAL or how do UAL services fit into process.arts?

4 categories of open educational practice

How can we bring about changes in belief and attitude? 

Case study: OEP & process.arts at UAL

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In this video Chris Follows from leads a 60 minute presentation and group discussion on UALs (University of the arts London) perspectives of developing open participatory education and so

Case study Pt2: OEP & process.arts at UAL

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Part 2 of a 60 minute presentation (see part 1) by Chris Follows who leads a presentation followed by discussion o

Case study Pt1: OEP & process.arts at UAL

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Part 1 of a 60 minute presentation by Chris Follows (see part 2) who leads a presentation followed by discussion o

Open practice stories

Dear process.arts I'm currently writing up my SCORE fellowship final report due for completion by the end of this month (June 2012).