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

Digital Disruption of the Educational 'Institution'

There are a huge number of potentially disruptive business models for digital delivery of educational experiences and content emerging outside of traditional educational institutions.

From MOOC to Personal Learning

The cMOOC, is based on connection rather than content, looks more like an online community than a course, and doesn’t have a defined curriculum or formal assignments.

The MakerSpace MOOC the perfect storm at Chelsea Jam

The MakerSpace MOOC project would partner/closely align with existing MakerSpaces, the arts sector & arts education to explore how a MOOC style learning approach could support virtual & phy

Understanding digital domains in arts learning & teaching

The virtual learning environment (VLE) at University of the arts London (UAL) is quickly becoming an accepted norm for delivering the UAL online L&T experience, best practice examples provide c

Online learning at Camberwell Chelsea & Wimbledon Colleges of Art (CCW)

Whether we like it or not Google is arguably the first port of call for finding stuff on the web.

Learning as arts practice, your a MOOC!

At the recent launch event for the new Tate Research Centre: Learning, the Director Tate Modern Chris Dercon comment

Creative Practice Based Online Learning

This initiative aims to bring together a cross section of interested individuals and institutions to share, explore and develop new, experimental and creative models for creative practice based onl

DIAL at OER14 Conference paper - Developing Practice Based Massive Open Online Communities of Interest

OER14: building communities of open practice The 

artsmooc

artsmooc is a new experimental so

Massive open online courses and online distance learning: review

We're really pleased to read an indirect mention to process.arts in the recent UK government 'Massive open online courses and online distance learning: review'.