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The Prado joins two innovative educational projects, iTunes U channel and MiriadaX Tuesday, February 17, 2015

The Museo del Prado joins iTunes U, a channel designed to provide a service chiefly to the academic world, with a total of 309 audio files and 441 videos available in each speaker’s native language (598 in Spanish, 92 in English, 25 in French, 20 in Italian, 12 in German and 3 in Russian, Dutch and Hungarian respectively).

The Prado joins two innovative educational projects, iTunes U channel and MiriadaX

The Museo del Prado joins iTunes U, a channel designed to provide a service chiefly to the academic world, with a total of 309 audio files and 441 videos available in each speaker’s native language (598 in Spanish, 92 in English, 25 in French, 20 in Italian, 12 in German and 3 in Russian, Dutch and Hungarian respectively).

The Prado is thus following the lead of universities such as Harvard and Cambridge, museums such as the Metropolitan, Tate and MoMA and libraries all over the world that have their own site on this platform, which includes all kinds of educational material and facilitates searching through a complete system of keywords.

Under the agreement with Telefónica, the Prado will also take part in MiriadaX, Telefónica Educación Digital’s platform for massive open online courses (MOOCs), which has more than a million enrolled students and more than 200 courses devised by the Universia network of Ibero-American universities. This will make it possible to create courses featuring content from the Prado that are widely available to Spanish-speaking audiences.

Miriada X is the second largest MOOC in the world. More than 1,000,000 students have enrolled to date: 1,290 universities of Ibero-America are currently connected through MiriadaX, making these courses available to a potential audience of 600 million Spanish and Portuguese speakers. During this time, it has published 144 courses offered by 33 different universities and has a community of professors with a membership of 990.

The Museo del Prado brings to iTunes U the files of the FAMP annual courses from 1988 to 2013 and summer courses from 2009 to 2012, consisting of a total of 309 audios and 121 videos, including papers and talks given by leading international art historians such as Haskell, Rosenblum and Pérez Sánchez; writers such as John Berger, Arturo Pérez Reverte and Antonio Muñoz Molina; artists such as Bill Viola and Chillida; directors of major international museums and thinkers and philosophers, in addition to a total of 320 videos encompassing lectures given by museum specialists between 2010 and 2014; the Academic Chairs held by Montebello, Salvatore Settis, Jonathan Brown and Manuela Mena; the monographic courses taught from 2009 to 2014; the one-day conferences on art and restoration; and the international symposia, conferences and seminars held from 2011 to 2013 as part of the programme of the Prado’s Study Centre.

The incorporation of the Museo del Prado into these platforms is a new initiative intended to optimise and facilitate access to content and information through the systematic production of audio-visual material to be disseminated through different Internet channels. The iTunes U service makes possible the podcasting of various files, subscription to content sources and viewing via streaming or downloading on various devices.

Android users can access the Museo del Prado content through its YouTube channel, where the files of the Fundación de Amigos del Museo del Prado will shortly be available.

Museo del Prado content on iTunes U

Fundación Amigos del Museo del Prado, annual cycle of lectures (from 1988 to 2012)

Introducción a las colecciones del Museo del Prado: Alfonso E. Pérez Sánchez, Julián Gállego y Jose Manuel Pita Andrade.

El Museo del Prado visto por los artistas españoles contemporáneos: Miquel Barceló and Andreu Alfaro.

Writers: John Berger, Antonio Muñoz Molina, Arturo Pérez Reverte, Vicente Molina Foix and Bernardo Atxaga.

Poets: Yves Bonnefoy

Historians and art historians: Jonathan Brown, John H. Elliot, Marc Fumaroli, Francis Haskell, Robert Rosenblum Albert Chatêlet, Daniel Arasse, José Milicua, Hugh Thomas and Hans Belting, Svetlana Alpers, Jutta Held, Lily Litvak, Linda Nochlin, Steffi Roettgen, Jeannine Baticle, Albert Boime, David Freedberg, Thomas E. Crow, Carlo Ginzburg, Julián Marías and Fernando Marías.
Artists: Bill Viola, Avigdor Arikha and Chillida.

Artists: Bill Viola, Avigdor Arikha and Chillida.

Prize-winners: José Saramago (Nobel), Tzvetan Todorov (Príncipe de Asturias) and Francisco Ayala (Cervantes).

Directors of museums: Neil MacGregor, Phillipe de Montebello and Earl A.Powell III.

Thinkers and philosophers: László F. Földényi, Rafael Argullol and Víctor Gómez Pin

Biografía a artistas: Pierre Rosenberg and Jorge Semprún.

El bodegón: Norbert Schneider, Carlos Castilla del Pino and Alain Tapié.

Cycle on the nude: Dore Ashton, Georges Didi-Huberman and Jan Starobinsky.

Los fragmentos y detalles: Marc Fumaroli, Antonio Saura and Félix de Azúa.

Monographic courses on great artists: Jonathan Brown, Svetlana Alpers, David Davies, Henry Kamen, Zahira Véliz, Hugh Thomas, Priscilla E. Muller, Juliet Wilson-Bareau, Nigel Glendinning and Manuela Mena.

Courses on art genres: Jose Álvarez Lopera, Victor I. Stoichita, John H. Elliott, Juan Antonio Ramírez and Marina Warner.

Courses on schools and historical periods: Joaquín Yarza, Juan Pablo Fusi, Rafael Moneo, Arlette Sérullaz, Alison Smith Javier Manterola, Fernando de Terán Troyano and Juan Ángel Vela del Campo.

Directors and curators of the Prado: Leticia Azcue Brea, Javier Barón, Miguel Falomir, Juan José Luna, Manuela B. Mena Marqués, Javier Portús, Pilar Silva, Andrés Úbeda de los Cobos, Alejandro Vergara, Gabriele Finaldi, Fernando Checa, Felipe Garín, Jose María Luzón, Antonio E. Pérez Sanchez and Jose Manuel Pita Andrade.

Fundación Amigos del Museo del Prado summer course, in collaboration with the UCM (from 2004 to 2012)

Papers: Martin Roth, Serge Lemoine, Neil MacGregor, Henri Loyrette, Eduardo Arroyo, Jaime Rosales, Jose Antonia Marina, Gary Tinterow, Amanda Renshaw, Julian Bell Thomas Krens, George Bisacca, Jose de la Fuente, Adam Lowe, Michael Gallagher, Manfred Sellink, Pilar Silva, Juan Ignacio Vidarte and Hermann Parzinger.

Museo del Prado lectures (from 2010 to 2015)

A total of 130 videos, by courses and years

Academic Chair of the Prado

2009. El Museo: hoy y mañana, directed by Philippe de Montebello

2010-2011. La línea de Parrasio. Estrategias del dibujo: experimentación, prácticas de taller e historia del arte, directed bySalvatore Settis

2012. La pintura del Siglo de Oro: perspectivas personales, directed by Jonathan Brown

2013. Sobre la vida y arte de Goya, directed by Manuela Mena

Museo del Prado one-day art conference (2011 and 2013)

La restauración de Adán y Eva de Durero

El paisajista Martín Rico

International symposium (2011)

El arte de Leone y Pompeo Leoni

International seminar (2013)

Relaciones artísticas entre España e Italia en el Renacimiento: nuevas aproximaciones

<dt style="margin-top:10px;>Conferences on museum libraries (2013)

II Jornada sobre bibliotecas de museos. Estrategias e innovación

What is iTunes U?

iTunes U is a virtual platform that offers the world’s biggest free online catalogue of educational content created by leading educational centres and prestigious libraries, museums and organisations all over the world. It is currently made up of 800,000 lessons, videos, books and other free resources. This content helps teachers create courses, masterclasses, classwork, books, questionnaires and other material for students and users all over the world.

More than 1,200 universities and 1,200 primary and secondary schools currently offer thousands of public and private courses in all kinds of disciplines such as art, science, health and medicine, education and business. Internationally prestigious universities such as Duke, Yale, Cambridge, the MIT and Oxford are continuing to add to their content and tens of thousands of students have enrolled for one of their courses on iTunes U.

More than 250,000 students have enrolled for some iTunes U courses – a fact which marks an extraordinary change in the manner of teaching and learning. For example, Stanford University and The Open University have more than 60 million content downloads. And, to give an idea of its scope, more than 100,000 students from all over the world signed up at iTunes U for the general chemistry course taught by Matthew " dr.="" fus"="" stoltzfus="" of="" ohio="" state="" university="" the="" first="" year.

Instructors can create courses on iTunes U. And these courses and other educational content are available for download through iTunes U in 155 countries.

The content can be accessed on computers through the iTunes app, or through the iTunes U app for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.

Further information on iTunes U

About the iTunes U app

The free iTunes U app makes tools for creating and enjoying academic content on an iPad available to teachers, students and institutions. Teachers can create, edit and manage courses directly from an iPad. And students have access to all the iTunes U content, as well as collaboration options, including the possibility of starting up debates and asking questions from an iPad.

Further information oniTunes U app

What is MiriadaX?

MiriadaX, is a massive online open courses platform that started out in 2013 offering free training through 58 MOOCs taught by 18 Ibero-American universities. The project stems from an initiative of Telefónica Educación Digital and Banco Santander –through the Universia network.

MiriadaX offers the teaching staff of the 1,345 Ibero-American universities belonging to the Universia network a platform for publishing and teaching MOOCs, which can be accessed free of charge from anywhere in the world. The training platform created by Telefónica Educación Digital for this initiative facilitates the exchange of knowledge between users through networks for collaboration and dialogue, thereby fostering quality learning under constant development.

MiriadaX has become the leading platform for open online courses in Spanish and the third most important in the world after Coursera and Edx (a MOOC platform created by Harvard University and MIT among others). MiriadaX currently has more than 1,100,000 registered students. The figures speak for themselves: there are now 1,290 Ibero-American universities connected through Miriada X, bringing the potential audience up to a total of 600 million Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking speakers. During this time it has published more than 200 courses offered by 45 different universities, and it has a community of professors with a membership of 1,234.

Further information:www.miriadax.net

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