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An exploration of Seaside art - from The Open University module AA100.

‘Seaside art concentrates not on individual experiences but the experience of the group’. Based on your study of the representations of the Seaside, to what extent do you agree with this statement? 2,004 more words


Writing science fiction - more free tools for the trade

In my latest post (here) I’ve suggested a couple free MOOC in order to acquire more knowledge about selected matters, the idea is to keep myself in touch with the latest development of science and to suggest the same to my fellow writers. 334 more words


Just a quick post to say I am back...

It has been a long time since I posted. I can only apologise for that. I have had a lot going on, I’ve been really busy, and I needed to do some soul searching. 120 more words

The History of English - by The Open University

A look at the history of the English language. (this is a combination of all 10 parts of the series into one video)


Studies with the OU

Today’s blog post is going to be a little bit different. As you may or may not know, I am a student with the Open University, and they have recently called for bloggers to post a reflective piece about studying with them. 627 more words

OUT NOW! How to make an open online course

We are delighted to announce that How to make an open online course is now live.  It is a new badged open course which explains how to design, structure and produce your own open online course.  405 more words


Introducing #InstaMA

So, the final module of my MA in Online Journalism with BCU is called the MA by Practice and it’s worth a whopping 60 points so I need to do this justice. 391 more words