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Do you know where you're going?

What do you do when you have to choose which way to go?

Last year I (eventually) chose to challenge myself by studying my then nemesis subject, history. 658 more words

History

Roller coasters

I’ve never liked roller coasters. Right from an early age I remember being terrified that someone might make me get on one. I spent my childhood avoiding them like the plague. 300 more words

The Open University

Are you missing out on the new social learning? (And, it's free)

A new revolution in online learning has quietly been taking place in the UK in the last 18 months and this week the main provider, … 2,055 more words

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The Open University - A History by Daniel Weinbren- Reviewed by Jacqueline Baxter

The Open University
A History
By Daniel Weinbren 2015
Manchester University Press

Review by Jacqueline Baxter
Lecturer in Social Policy – the Open University UK… 1,779 more words

Blog

1,783,027 words, 1,879 entries over 5,091 pages if printed off. 

This how I left my first blog. Jonathan.Diaryland.com

It barely scratches the surface of the memories a brain can recreate. I tried. I have in there repeated efforts to recall the very first things I could ever feasibly have formed as viable memories: or were they words and images put into my head by my mother much later? 968 more words

Creativity

nQuire-it/Sense-it - discovering sensors in your phone


The Open University, with support from Nominet Trust and UTC Sheffield have launched  the nQuire-it.org website, which seem to have a great potential for running citizen science activities. 201 more words

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