OER14: building Communities of Open Practice The Centre for Life, Newcastle

OER14: building Communities of Open Practice The Centre for Life, Newcastle, (in collaboration with OCWC, Slovenia).

Although there are potential issues regarding what we choose to share, how we share it, and with which communities we share with, this form of open practice is potentially a method for learners to explore how documenting and sharing their making process can enhance and develop their work. This approach encourages students to adopt performance type and documentary based practices for their reflective practice with a central question: How can technology best support a more analytical, critically reflective and visible process for creative practices.

Making the Invisible Visible: https://oer14.oerconf.org/archive/14/oer14/63/view/index.html

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Author: feltlikeit

Artist & Lecturer

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