This is a list of some key links to support dance e-learning. It includes, archives, repositories, and advice on using online resources.
National Resource Centre for Dance: The NRCD provides support services to dance education and research through courses and publications for dance teaching and study; as well as through its archive collection.
Digital Dance Archives: The DDA website includes photographs, drawings and moving images drawn from the Siobhan Davies Replay digital archive, and from NRCD archives including Extemporary Dance Theatre, Rudolf Laban, Natural Movement, Revived Greek Dance and Ludmilla Mlada.
Visual Arts Data Services: The VADS is an online resource for visual arts.
Online Theatre Histories Archive: A variety of resources that explain the uses of digital archives, where OTHA sits within academic debate and how the material can be used in creative, practice-based contexts.
CC Audiovisual resources
Jamendo: In this website you can find royalty free music.
ccMixter: a music site featuring remixes licensed under Creative Commons where you can listen to, sample, mash-up, or interact with music in whatever way you want.
Flickr: A website to share photos.
Vimeo: A website to share videos.
JISC MediaHub: This website provides search results for video, image and audio resources from many different collections.
Newsfilmonline: Selected news from the ITN/Reuters archives.
Learning materials repositories
Jorum: In Jorum, you can find, share and discuss learning and teaching resources, shared by the UK Further and Higher Education community.
Humbox: The HumBox is a new way of storing, managing and publishing your Humanities teaching resources on the web.
OERCommons: Wide range of OERs from Secondary to Higher Education.
Merlot (Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching): Run by the University of California. Offers a wide range of materials aimed at school and HE students. Allows members to review and rate content.
Xpert: searcher for OER from the University of Nottingham.
Acervo mariposa: Video dance collection, non profit, collaborative space for education and culture in Brasil.