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News: International New Media Writing Prize Winner Lands Unicorn Role

A Bournemouth University Postgraduate will be bringing his award-winning ideas to Unicorn Training after landing a prestigious international New Media Writing Prize ahead of Learning Technologies 2016. 505 more words

Peter Phillips

There's nothing wrong in being a poster child for public involvement @bournemouthuni

The small things in life can tell us much about how the world is changing. Whether it’s commuters carrying bottles of water. Or the papers left on trains at the end of a journey. 252 more words

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NEWS: Unicorn and Amuzo Launch 'The Future of Game-based Learning' White Paper

Is interest in games and gamification just another fashionable hot topic for the learning Twitterati? Or is there a real trend that is going to significantly impact on the industry? 467 more words

Peter Phillips

Stick a fork in me....

So I’ve been tracking my mood lately, because my cousellor said I probably should, to get a better idea of if there is a pattern in my mood swings. 168 more words

I’m Nicholas Milligan and I’m a 19 year old aspiring film-maker. I know ‘film-maker’ is a broad term for the art but if I knew exactly what I wanted to do, believe me, I’d say.

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Public Relations in Bournemouth. The origins of the voyage (I'm trying my best to sound deep here so appreciate it)

Okay. An unusual start.
First of all, a few things about me. I’m in┬ámy twenties. I am not actually English, so if I make silly mistake it’s for two reasons. 351 more words


Read the latest issue of NERVE magazine now!

Flick to my comments section, to read controversial and thought-provoking issues, written by a very talented group of writers! 23 more words

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