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Brindleyplace reveals best memory from past two decades

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Brindleyplace reveals best memory from past two decades

To mark its 20th anniversary, Brindleyplace has been on the hunt for the public’s best memories of the estate from the past two decades. 655 more words


Loss-on-ignition analysis of Lake Erazo sediments

Sub-samples of the Lake Erazo (Ecuador) sediments recovered during the XPERT field school have been analyses through loss-on-ignition (LOI), following Heiri et al. (2001). The LOI analysis required the repeated heating and weighing of the samples to determine: 107 more words


SUNDAY #23 - Uni Results & Amy Poehler

Reader, I did it! I am the smug owner of a First-class BA Honours English Literature Degree, courtesy of The Open University. When I received my results on Friday morning, I burst in to tears of pride. 492 more words


One step closer...

Recently when I stated all the things that have changed, I didn’t mention the one role which I have continued to be throughout this process. An Open University student. 350 more words

The Exam: What Happened

It was two hours before the exam and I was in a great place. I had accepted what I knew and what I didn’t. I had found my strengths for answering exam questions and learnt how to tweak my answers accordingly. 584 more words

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40 Thoughts an OU student has between exam day and results day

This week I’ve written an article for Surviving The OU which takes a slightly comical, but very real, look at the thoughts of an OU student who has taken their exam and is awaiting their exam result – that’ll be me then! 87 more words

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The #PartTimeMatters Campaign

Heard of it? I hadn’t until recently. The ‘part time matters’ hash tag is something that I had seen pop up on Twitter from time to time, I think I even used the hash tag once in the past but I didn’t realise that it was an official campaign. 496 more words

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