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    Art & the Web
    A introduction to how artists and designers and using the web and adapting to the web

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    Connected to Shared Drive Video demo
    Staff only video on connecting to WSA Shared from a Mac. ***Note you must be on a secure connection - this means either a wired (ethernet) cable at work or connected to VPN for VPN support call Serviceline.

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    Physics video for AS/A Level Science & Art Competition
    A video made by physics for the AS/A Level Science & Art Competition

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    The web and how designers and artists should embrace services that enable social connections and a little on the impact this has on business models and society.

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    The Winchester Centre for Global Futures in Art Design and Media highlights historical, contemporary and future roles for art, design and media within globalization. Its members build sustained collaborations with international partners in public service, the creative industries and civil society. Critically concerned with art and design practices of making, thinking and representation, the Winchester Centre actively engages in education and enterprise, exploring the contribution of media, materials and technologies to the improvement of human societies globally. Led by professors Jonathan Harris, Sean Cubitt, and Ryan Bishop, the Winchester Centre will make a decisive contribution to the work of the School and the University in future years. The Centre's inaugural professors would like to invite you now to suggest future research themes and activities. In the coming weeks details regarding the programme and prospective membership of the Winchester Centre will be made available.

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    VADS: free art and design images for education
    VADS is the online resource for visual arts. It has provided services to the academic community for 12 years and has built up a considerable portfolio of visual art collections comprising over 100,000 images that are freely available and copyright cleared for use in learning, teaching and research in the UK.

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