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OpenLearn.open.ac.uk has a consumer rating of 4 stars from 1 review indicating that most consumers are generally satisfied with their purchases. OpenLearn.open.ac.uk also ranks 35th among Downloads sites.

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“Open University Distance Learning”

K D.
2/16/11

Open University Distance Learning The Open University is the largest university ion the UK with over 250,000 students currently registered and 11,700 staff. It was set up in by the government in 1969 to provide wider access to university education. It has a very good reputation. In addition to degree level courses (which cost money, but are very good value) they offer introductory courses for free through the Openlearn programme. ( http://openlearn.open.ac.uk/) The OpenLearn website gives free access to Open University course materials. This is the LearningSpace, where you'll find hundreds of free study units, each with a discussion forum. Study independently at your own pace or join a group and use the free learning tools to work with others. If you like the approach, they obviously hope you'll sign up for an OU degree later on. Some, but not all OU degree course are supported worldwide others only in Europe. Meanwhile I believe Openlearn is freely available anywhere. Subjects covered are: Arts and Humanities Business and Management Childhood and Youth Computing and ICT Education Engineering and Technology Environment, Development and International Studies Health and Social Care Law Languages Mathematics and Statistics Psychology Science Skills Social Science

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keythr
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February 16th, 2011
Open University Distance Learning

The Open University is the largest university ion the UK with over 250,000 students currently registered and 11,700 staff. It was set up in by the government in 1969 to provide wider access to university education. It has a very good reputation.

In addition to degree level courses (which cost money, but are very good value) they offer introductory courses for free through the Openlearn programme. ( http://openlearn.open.ac.uk/)

The OpenLearn website gives free access to Open University course materials. This is the LearningSpace, where you'll find hundreds of free study units, each with a discussion forum. Study independently at your own pace or join a group and use the free learning tools to work with others. If you like the approach, they obviously hope you'll sign up for an OU degree later on.

Some, but not all OU degree course are supported worldwide others only in Europe.

Meanwhile I believe Openlearn is freely available anywhere. Subjects covered are:

Arts and Humanities

Business and Management

Childhood and Youth

Computing and ICT

Education

Engineering and Technology

Environment, Development and International Studies

Health and Social Care

Law

Languages

Mathematics and Statistics

Psychology

Science

Skills

Social Science

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