FutureLearn and history

On 14th December OU Vice Chancellor Martin Bean announced on Radio 4 and also on television that FutureLearn Ltd (majority-owned by the OU) is to provide free open, online courses from the universities of Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, East Anglia, Exeter, King’s College London, Lancaster, Leeds, Southampton, St Andrews and Warwick. The aim is to build on the OU’s expertise in delivering distance learning and pioneering open education resources and to increase accessibility to higher education. It will be headed by former BBC staffer Simon Nelson. He said that he looks forward ‘to using the OU’s proud history’. 

One Response to “FutureLearn and history”

  1. Mr. Alexander Lumsden Says:

    have signed up for futurelearn courses under my O.U. e-mail address which is; al3689@my.open.ac.uk now I cannot access my e-mails, would it be possible to change that e-m’s to ss.lumsden@gmail.com.

    Thank you

    Alexander Lumsden.

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