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* 1. Have the Open Arts Objects films and support materials changed or enhanced the way you teach Art History? If yes, please provide some details on what aspects worked well, and indeed, what did not. (e.g. was there a particular exercise or film that was successful, or is it the content, scope or global approach?) (if you're a student, how has it helped you learn?)

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* 2. Has Open Arts Objects made you think differently about (a) your own practice, (b) your students and (c) Art and Design? How would you describe attitudes towards Art and Design before and after your use of/involvement with the Open Arts Objects project? (if you were aware of the #whyarthistorymatters campaign in August 2018, did you see any shifts in attitudes?)

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* 3. What change, if any, have the films and support materials made to practice and policy at your institution? (for example, have you played them at school assemblies? has it encouraged you to visit specific museums or collections? Have they provided opportunities to discuss difficult issues?)

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* 4. How have you used Civilisations materials in your teaching (the programme, the poster, the OpenLearn Travelling Objects interactive, or the films related to the content?)

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* 5. How many students have had direct impact from these films and support material? (for example, how many students do you teach?) 

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* 6.  Please feel free to leave any other comments, negative or positive, about the project, or about how we could better support your teaching and practice.

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