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

SCORE

OER (Open Educational resources) Reuse

thumb image

JISC OER Impact project - See My Notes The first UK study of OER reuse can be viewed in the findings of the JISC OER Impact project which

OER websites

thumb image

Open Educational Resources (OERs) are learning and teaching materials and resources which have been made freely available on open web in repositories and website for use and re-use by others, OERs

Striking a balance between practice and open practice ?

Striking a balance between practice and open practice, what does it mean to operate in a digital environment? Chris Follows, University of the arts London 2011

Exploring reuse of open educational resource in art & design practice based learning & teaching.

thumb image

This (updated paper, post conference) aims to encourage feedback and debate around issues of how we best identify and evaluate the most effectiv

Jorum L&T Competition Sand Casting videos short-listed

We are very pleased to announce the Sand casting Core experiment videos  have been short-listed as finalists in Jorum Teaching & Learning Competition (see videos on process.arts here

Tools for shared OER (Open educational resource) video editing

thumb image

At the Broadcast Video Expo at Earl’s Court few months ago, Trams gave a Final Cut server demo, I had been thinking about ways of making best practical u

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

Open educational social media content groups and networks within the arts, design & media education

This case study presentation explores the creative and educational potential, challenge

Did Hans Namuth Kill Jackson Pollock?

See video

In 2006 visualintelligences.com held a Symposia : Did Hans Namuth Kill Jackson Pollock?

The Art History Major

thumb image

The Art History (for full free course click here) discipline is designed to develop visual arts literacy, as well as cr

There are currently 0 users and 412 guests online.