This site is a static archive of Process Arts, an open online repository of arts learning resources that was active from 2009 - 2017
More and more universities seem to be promoting and joining iTunes U, YouTube or Vimeo etc, few have their own in-house video repositories and are using iTunes U, YouTube or Vimeo etc as their prim
In this video from the learning studio event, Chris Follows talks about ways of making best practical use of art and design
This video demonstrates a really low tech, quick demonstration/example/experiment of how an editor and a content producer could save time and edit together without having to be in the same space, l
An introduction to Vimeo and YouTube and an overview of the potential for using these web-based video services in teaching, learning and research.
Below are a few examples of staff who have used and uploaded content on to process.arts, most have contributed as part of their everyday practice others have received funding to develop some learni
I like the way this video from MIT combines/shows the teachers enthusiasm and the hand draw approach to describe his point, aerial shots are good.
Learn how to use the new screen recording feature of QuickTime X in Snow Leopard. It provides basic video screen capture ability.
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.
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.
Please see the great resources being developed for the DIAL project which can support making of learning videos - the objective for the DIAL
See more about project Groups on process.arts
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