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Time is of the essence – so why don’t we spend more time teaching it?

by Dr Terry O’Sullivan Sure you’ve got the time to read this? Then I’ll be as quick as I can. You see time seems to be the key barrier to learning online. Thanks to support from the OU’s Enhanced Employability … Continue reading

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Welcome to the SCiLAB blog!

by Dr Jacqueline Baxter, Dr Ruslan Ramanau and Kate Bunker This blog is run by the Centre for Innovation in Legal and Business Education (SCiLAB) at the Open University Business School. Here at the Open University we have been successfully … Continue reading

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Online teaching: starting out. My Story

by Dr Jacqueline Baxter The recent COVID-19 crisis and subsequent lockdown has meant that many teachers at all phases of learning have had to very rapidly get to grips with teaching online. But teaching online is not something that comes … Continue reading

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