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The Open University transforms lives. Millions have realised or expanded their potential through flexible education programmes allowing them to study whenever and wherever they choose. From short courses to degree–level study, the quality of The Open University’s teaching programmes and tutors is renowned and respected across the globe. The Open University has pioneered a unique distance education method called supported open learning, a radical alternative to traditional campus teaching. Th ...
 
The Open University transforms lives. Millions have realised or expanded their potential through flexible education programmes allowing them to study whenever and wherever they choose. From short courses to degree–level study, the quality of The Open University’s teaching programmes and tutors is renowned and respected across the globe. The Open University has pioneered a unique distance education method called supported open learning, a radical alternative to traditional campus teaching. Th ...
 
Pro Vice Chancellor Brigid Heywood discusses the foundations on which The Open University research is based with a focus on an interdisciplinary approach and the importance of collaboration with other higher education colleagues in the UK and internationally. Brigid also looks at the School of Excellence's collaboration with NASA and The Open University's global connections.
 
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Join OU student presenters for our first radio show of the year! During the show, newly named ‘STUDIO’ in a huge student competition, we chat about what it means to be an OU student, our community and where you can find support. A transcript is available here: http://oustudents.com/STUDIOtranscriptjan17…
 
The episode that will forever be remembered as 'the one with the fire alarm'... Join OU student hosts Leanne, Nicci, Graham and Cherry as they chat with special guests about Freshers, Libraries, Consultation, Careers and more! Transcript available here: http://oustudents.com/radio-transcript-sept16על ידי oustudents
 
Join OU students Jack and Leanne as they find out more about our elections and meet the candidates for President and Deputy President of the OU Students Association! Find out more about the OU Students Association elections at www.ersvotes.com/oustudents Get in touch with us on social media, or by emailing ousa-comms@open.ac.uk…
 
Join Sue, Mark, Nicci and Cath for some festive fun! A shorter version of the show that aired live on December 9th. You can listen to the full show at oustudentsradio.com. Have the answers to our treasure hunt? Get in touch at ousa-comms@open.ac.uk. A transcript is in the progress of being made.על ידי oustudents
 
In this episode, OU student Leanne shares her journey to self-confidence and how she discovered a life-long love of learning! You can find Leanne's blog at: http://www.growingmyknowing.com/ Want to get involved in the podcast? Email the Students Association at ousa-comms@open.ac.ukעל ידי oustudents
 
If you missed our radio broadcast on October 1, this is the episode for you! This episode contains some of the many highlights of the original two hour show, but there's even more great interviews and stories in the full version at oustudentsradio.com.על ידי oustudents
 
Missed our live radio broadcast on July 2nd? We've got you covered.This episode contains some of the many highlights of the original two hour show, but there's even more great interviews and stories in the full version at oustudentsradio.com.על ידי oustudents
 
Please note that this episode was recorded before our name change, so is referred to as 'Your Voice'. This episode follows Mark, an elected student representative, as he recounts how the OU changed his life. In his uplifting story, he describes how he gained confidence and grew as a person by becoming a more active member of the OU study community.…
 
In October 1868 Charles Dickens farewell tour began but had to be cut short on account of his failing health. Free learning from The Open University: History of reading: An introduction to reading in the past http://openlearn.open.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=4387 #Audience #CharlesDickens #Health #FarewellTour…
 
We look at how in 1867 Charles Dickens embarked on an exhausting 19 week tour of America as one of the world's first 'celebrity authors'. Free learning from The Open University: History of reading: An introduction to reading in the past http://openlearn.open.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=4387על ידי The Open University
 
How Dickens began his professional career reading for his own profit initiating a new and brilliant phase in his career. Free learning from The Open University: History of reading: An introduction to reading in the past http://openlearn.open.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=4387על ידי The Open University
 
Dickens first love wasn't writing, it was acting. In this programme we look at Dickens love of acting and the theatre Free learning from The Open University: History of reading: An introduction to reading in the past http://openlearn.open.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=4387על ידי The Open University
 
How Dickens started his reading career with A Christmas Carol - a reading he did for charity - in Birmingham Town Hall. Free learning from The Open University: History of reading: An introduction to reading in the past http://openlearn.open.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=4387על ידי The Open University
 
On the 70th anniversary of the Battle of Cape Matapan, 89 year old codebreaker Mavis Batey talks to Bletchley Park trustee and author of 'Station X', Michael Smith, about her time at Bletchley Park during World War 2. http://www.bletchleypark.org.uk/על ידי The Open University
 
Can a human being kick a football into orbit? Gemma Bessant asks this and other less barmy football-related questions to John Zarnecki, Professor of Space Science at The Open University, member of the UK Space Agency leadership Council, and football fanatic. Professor Zarnecki is so keen on the game that he saw all but one of England’s “euphoric” 1…
 
Prime Ministers have tremendous power and since Margaret Thatcher politics has become all about strong leaders. Over the past 100 years, only two British Prime Ministers have left Number 10 entirely voluntarily; the electorate has booted most of them out. So why do PM’s so rarely leave the job or office on their own terms?…
 
Politicians have to appeal to many different interests and a good performance – one that looks good, sounds good and is convincing can be crucial to convey that appeal. Oscar winning Actor Glenda Jackson believes all the world is a stage for today’s political leaders. So do politicians have any choice but to be performers on a stage?…
 
The 2010 degree ceremony programme kicked off in Brighton earlier this month and saw Martin Bean inaugurated as Vice-Chancellor of The Open University. Speaking at the ceremony at The Dome in Brighton, Chancellor of the OU Lord David Puttnam inaugurated Martin Bean as Vice-Chancellor of the OU, and invited marshals to robe him in the official gown …
 
Open University academics Dr Joe Smith and Dr Stephen Peake discuss the question: "Would holding meetings on Climate Change in say, The Maldives or Bangladesh, rather than trendy, chic watering holes in the Northern hemisphere bring about a greater sense of urgency and action by the World Leaders?"על ידי The Open University
 
The Open University is one of the world’s largest universities. Through a pioneering teaching method called supported open learning, students can study for a recognised degree at a distance. Flexible and accessible education programmes enable students to transform their lives.על ידי The Open University
 
The Open University is one of the world’s largest universities. Through a pioneering teaching method called supported open learning, students can study for a recognised degree at a distance. Flexible and accessible education programmes enable students to transform their lives.על ידי The Open University
 
Open University course materials anticipate any issues students may encounter and include a blend of formats most suitable for the course, such as DVDs, books, CD-ROMs etc. These are supported by academic and pastoral student support through email, telephone, tutorials, online learning and group collaboration.…
 
Open University course materials anticipate any issues students may encounter and include a blend of formats most suitable for the course, such as DVDs, books, CD-ROMs etc. These are supported by academic and pastoral student support through email, telephone, tutorials, online learning and group collaboration.…
 
Open University research provides a rich platform of intellectual capital to inform our teaching. It also makes a real difference across the world, to both people and places - adding value to society and the economy. Our multidisciplinary approach brings unique solutions. Examples given include space exploration, health diagnosis and volcano predic…
 
Open University research provides a rich platform of intellectual capital to inform our teaching. It also makes a real difference across the world, to both people and places - adding value to society and the economy. Our multidisciplinary approach brings unique solutions. Examples given include space exploration, health diagnosis and volcano predic…
 
How can technology help students overcome barriers to their learning, such as lack of time? The Open University offers resources such as an online virtual learning environment, videoconferencing, discussion forums, an online library and the Virtual Microscope.על ידי The Open University
 
How can technology help students overcome barriers to their learning, such as lack of time? The Open University offers resources such as an online virtual learning environment, videoconferencing, discussion forums, an online library and the Virtual Microscope.על ידי The Open University
 
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