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

Open and Flexible Learning

Hidden Creatures

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Whilst I was in Wood Working class, I wondered round taking photos and looking at the machines, all of a sudden so many different faces and characters popped out to secretly say hi, they asked me t

First Impressions

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I arrived in Comox, BC, Canada two days ago. Everyday I am discovering this place in so many different ways and slowly adjusting to Canadian culture.

SCORE Fellowship Final Report: Chris Follows

Exploring collaborative use and re-use of OER rich media resources in art and design

By Chris Follows, University of the Arts, London

Getting a Broader view of BC's Education System

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I'm starting to get a more realistic view of how the schooling system works. I spent Wednesday at an Alternative School called Glacier View which is fantastic.

Case study: OEP & process.arts at UAL

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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

DIAL project 2-minute video update

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A video overview of the DIAL (Digital Integration into Arts Learning) project part of the JISC Developing Digital Literacies programme - http://dial.myblog.

Case study Pt2: OEP & process.arts at UAL

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Part 2 of a 60 minute presentation (see part 1) by Chris Follows who leads a presentation followed by discussion o

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Library Services is pleased to let you know that the University has renewed it’s subscription for a campus licence to lynda.com for a further year.

Drawing on All Resources: developing open educational practice in art, design and media

Drawing on All Resources: developing open educational practice in art, design and media.

Flexible Learning at UAL - initial thoughts

Academic Planning Sub Committee, 26th January 2012. Purpose of paper: This paper is a response to APSC’s stated wish to revi
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