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

This case study presentation explores the creative and educational potential, challenges, limitations and benefits of use and reuse of open educational rich media content. The paper focuses on UAL’s experience of developing and its involvement and integration with the wider arts sector and the open movement through SCORE fellowship research, ALTO & ALTO UK (JISC UK OER programme) and the DIAL project (digital Integration into arts learning) part of the JISC UK Developing digital literacies programme.

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