Open University Masters: Entry 22

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By David Wells, editor at Surviving the OU Weeks 14-15: How to use Learning Design Studio Things have taken a turn for the next few weeks as Block 3 moves into group-work territory. We were asked to choose a topic to cover (local history, digital storytelling and others) and are asked to...

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Finding The Right School For Your Child

The school years are coming, and they’re coming fast! It seems only yesterday your little one was just learning to walk, and now they’re learning how to grow up in an environment outside of your own house. It’s a hard adjustment for everyone involved in the process: no longer are your going...

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The Most Lucrative Careers You Can Have With Your Psy.D

Getting your doctorate in psychology is no easy feat. After years of schooling and clinical experience, you want to make sure it pays off monetarily. If you’ve completed a PsyD program whether it be a PsyD online program or not, you’re almost at the finish line. In order to even get to...

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4 Ways To Drive Towards Your Culinary Career Dream

When your friends were watching cartoons on a Saturday morning, you were tuning into the cookery channel. Yes, your parents thought this was a little strange at the time, but now it all makes sense considering your dreams of a career in the food industry. You realize that the roadmap to your...

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Build Yourself A New Career As A Tradesman

If you’re the kind of person that gets bored stiff sitting in the office at a desk and you’re constantly itching to get out and do something practical, a career in the trades could be perfect for you. You can make good money and be your own boss if you set up...

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Open University Masters: Entry 21

By David Wells, editor at Surviving the OU I’ve been snowed under recently with OU work so it’s been difficult finding the time among TMAs and “life” to write blog posts. Sounds typical – I’m caught in meta loop where I haven’t had time to write about my OU experiences because I’m...

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Open University Students: Note Taking Tips

By Luke Murphy – Guest Contributor Note taking can be daunting, especially for those who have been out of education for a long time, such as myself. I have noticed quite a lot of people on my tutor group asking about note-taking techniques, so I thought it would be great if this...

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This is The Road Map To Your Dream Career

How many of us are lucky enough to be able to say that we have our dream career? The one that we have dreamed about since we were in short trousers? Well, probably not that many because that isn’t exactly how real life pans out. However, no matter where you are on...

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Money-Making Careers For Those Who Know Money

Whether you’re studying finance or you simply have a keen grasp of economics and great money sense, you have a tremendously valuable skill. Not only can those keen financial skills help you out a great deal in your day-to-day life and your personal money situation. But they can be the building blocks of...

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5 Education Options For Getting a Better Paying Job

You should never stop learning. There’s so much to learn out there, the second you stop, the second you stop progressing! Yet most people don’t take this approach. We spend the best part of two decades in the educational system; then we find a job, and, all of a sudden, we seem...

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