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My thoughts following the Engaging Research workshop

In this post, Eleni Wood from the Open University provides us with some reflections on the Engaging Research training course run earlier this year.

The Engaging Research training was more like play than actual work, but the fact that the week was fun doesn’t mean that the skills and discussions we had during the training weren’t really valuable and important. 422 more words


Enacting European Citizenship (ENACT) online course

Enacting European Citizenship (ENACT) is a free online course from OpenLearn, the free online learning programme, from Open University.

The course takes ten hours of study at Level 3 and can be started at any time. 23 more words


My Evening F20170721

This might be a random ramble so buckle up.

Twenty-first today and my birthday will be on the thirtieth. Eesh, another year has gone by and what have I achieved? 220 more words


How To Survive Your First Year As A Mature Student

This week I received some good news. I passed my first year of university! It’s been full of ups and downs. Well, mostly downs if I’m honest. 842 more words

Lacey's Diary

The Summer Blues

I could never handle the summer, or the school holidays in general, particularly in my teen years. The alluring break from work is dangled in front of you – six weeks that you look forward to for most of the year, during which there are fewer things that you… 479 more words


Our collection of open resources and practices

As the OEPS project draws to a close, there is much to celebrate.  We are pleased to share the growing collection of open courses, resources, case studies and open practice guidance which the project has helped produce and showcase the online platform, OpenLearn Create, which the project has helped further develop for hosting open materials and practices and where the… 454 more words


My Evening T20170718

If I were a person watching over my shoulder, then I would be really cramped right now because the only thing behind me is a wall. 453 more words