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The Learning Revolution is Here

I didn’t know it at that time, having been born just a few months later, that the revolutionary Open University, UK was born in January, 1971 with 25000 students. 964 more words


DD303 in your own words

The Good Study Guide likens writing in your own words to having the confidence to take that last foot from the safety of the bottom of the swimming pool.   481 more words

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Personal and Professional Blog 17th April 2014

Last week I talked about the informal learning I had been doing when I sailed for the first time in many months. I also talked about the Centre for Better Ageing’s Research Review on older people and wellbeing (which reminds me that I said I would give some feedback on behalf of AEA (Association of Education and Ageing) on this report). 739 more words

What a difference a year makes

When I look back at my diary and blogs from this time last year, I can’t believe I wrote them.  I no longer feel like I am dragging myself up a  mountain.   119 more words

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I wanted to share my diary with you as it’s something I couldn’t be without. As I work part time, in the final year of my degree, volunteer, have a dog and a horse, a baby on the way as well as the rest of life’s commitments I sometimes find it difficult to keep track of things as I rarely do the same thing on the same day each week. 318 more words

Free online course; Start Writing Fiction

Title says it all really.

Click here for more information.

• Free, hands-on course with The Open University
• Starts 28th April for 8 weeks, 3 hours per week. 95 more words


Writing Experimental Reports

As the TMA02 deadline steams towards us I stumbled across Writing Project Reports (DD303 students only) tucked away on the module website within “Additional assessment resources”.   343 more words

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