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

copyright issues

This is a Featured Tag Copyright Issues: This group aims to bring together debate and support around all the copyright developments and issues relevant to digital literacies UAL practice

Joy Garnett, "Painting Mass Media"

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Remember seeing this video couple of years ago, thought it was brilliant and I've found it again.

Why do we teach intellectual property at UAL?

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OHIM* visited UAL to find out more about Food for Good an innovative catering business established by two LCC alumni, Anna Cennamo and M

The teacher's guide to Creative Commons licenses

The Creative Commons licenses are crucial tools for making and using Open Educational Resources (OER).

The Case for Appropriation: Rob Storr

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Rob Storr provides a clear introduction and overview of the historical and contemporary issues around artists and appropriation specifically 'originality', appropriation an

The 7th session Creative Commons sharing and promoting your work online

We had our 7th professional online identities project session tonight, Creative Commons sharing and promoting your work online (

4th session Introduction into digital copyright

We had our 4th session of the professional online identities project on Monday, the students who did a

IPR animation experiments

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This is a very short video example of a possible future work the UAL DIAL project hope to follow up next year in collaboration with UALs Own-IT team in experimenting with n

POI Programme - Feedback on understanding good practice for improving Social visibility

Understanding good practice for improving Social visibility     


POI Programme - IP and Creative Commons Sessions Feedback

In April and May we finally saw the launch of DIAL Professional Online Identities project (POI).

IP Strategy Blog

The new Intellectual Property Strategy blog charts the progress of the development of the new IP policy and strategy and is intended to make the process open and consultative.