This is the keynote presentation at Drawing on All Resources: developing open educational practice in art, design and media, held on 16 May 2012 at University of Brighton. 
Introduction by Professor Stuart Laing.

Presenter: Dr Paul Gerhardt, Director, Archives for Creativity


Abstract:
In the current age of digital media the rich cultural resources captured in our audio and moving image collections need to be available for open educational practice. But the reality is that only a tiny fraction of these archives have become available. The reasons lie in a complex history of broadcasting and film making technology, intellectual property systems and distribution platforms. Such issues have a critical relevance to when and how these resources can be opened up to teaching and learning in many diverse subjects and disciplines, not just the arts and media studies. Above all, we need to consider how to apply to the medium of audio and moving image the pedagogic framework of inspiration, application, quotation, reference and creative re-working that we already accord to the medium of the printed word.

To see the full event report: arts.brighton.ac.uk/projects/networks/issue-18-july-2012/drawing-on-all-resources-developing-open-educational-practice-in-art,-design-and-media

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