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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Did Hans Namuth Kill Jackson Pollock?

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In 2006 held a Symposia : Did Hans Namuth Kill Jackson Pollock?

Elements of Bourdieu: Distinctions Create Boundaries

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I thought this video was a great introduction to the concept of cultural capital, i'm interested in how we gather and share knowledge and its relationship to Open Educational practice and the c

Xpert Attribution tool

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This is a brilliant creative commons media search, the returned results are all embed with the Creative commons attribution information in the found content so reducing the amount of time taken to

OER Infrastructure polarities

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Where are we now and where are we going?

Flash meeting

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Flashmeeting is an academic research project aimed at understanding the nature of online events and helping users to meet and work more effectively.

ccMixter Creative Commons licensed music site

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ccMixter is a community music site featuring remixes licensed under Creative Commons where you can listen to, sample, ma

OER for beginners

OER for beginners: an introduction to sharing learning resources openly (From - healthcare education)


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This software was recommended to me during a recent SCORE OER meeting I attended.

Gaming and open educational practice

Facbook conversation (edited) between myself and Corrado Morgana about gaming and open education:  

Find creative commons images with

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This site searches CC Flicker images you can use in your practice, this site specialises in finding creative commons images, have a go and please let us know what you think and how you used it, is