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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 below papers were presented at the open university in collaboration with the HEA and SCORE 11 July 2012.
Drawing on the wealth of OER experience and knowledge of SCORE Fellows (Support Centre for Open Resources in Education), the HEA has commissioned a set of ten high quality case studies.
Exploring collaborative use and re-use of OER rich media resources in art and design
By Chris Follows, University of the Arts, London
The free online Intellectual Property Rights for Educational Environments course is a HEFCE funded, and Higher Education Academy (HEA)/JISC managed, project created to introduce and build awar
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
On 24th May 2012 the first of a series of studies took part at London College of Fashion for a fellowship project studying the impact of online learning videos.
There are two possible levels to open practice in the creative sector, as the teaching/technical staff are all teacher/practitioners.
Final edit of a three stage virtual editing experiment, how to co-edit a learning video without being in the same room as the video editor.
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
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