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



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.

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Core materials OER

The core.materials project has been funded by the JISC and HEAcademy

Embed, don't bolt-on: promoting OER use in UK universities

Embed, don't bolt-on: promoting OER use in UK universities

future learning spaces

Last October Owen Kelly and  Stefan Sonvilla-Weiss organised the seventh

Information underload, identity, the myth of information overload

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Really interesting talk, I like the idea of information underload, creating and finding tacit content and relational identity. We've been exploring this on process.arts.

The Underground Curriculum

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The Underground Curriculum is an education system running parallel to the conventional system.

SCORE on process.arts

SCORE fellows on process.arts.

AccessArt: How to use pencil measurements in life drawing

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Recently came across AccessArt a charity committed to furthering the advancement o

David Wiley: What is Open Education?

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Dr. David Wiley is Associate Professor of Instructional Psychology and Technology at Brigham Young University.

Exploring OER rich media reuse through social media content communities

Short description: Two SCORE fellows discuss OER use of social media content communities and highlight best practice in rich media reuse within the arts, design & media sector.

Cambridge 2012: Innovation and Impact - Openly Collaborating to Enhance Education

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Cambridge 2012 will combine OER12 and the OCW Consortium’s Global Conference. We will meet at the historic Queens College in Cambridge, UK, from 16-18 April 2012.