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  • ABLE-Ghana Learning Community
    2LEVEL
    Business and money/finance 

    ABLE-Ghana Learning Community

    This website is for those associated with ABLE-Ghana to share resources, post notices, collaborate in preparing documents and discuss future meetings and projects.  Advancing Business Learning for Employability in Ghana (ABLE-Ghana) is a collaboration between The Open University Business School, the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration; and the Business Schools of the University of Ghana, the University of Cape Coast, the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, and Winneba University of Education. It is funded under the UK government’s Educational Partnerships in Africa scheme.If you would like to join us, send a message to Akua Amar (akuagyasi@gmail.com )

  • About the free badged courses from the Social Partnerships Network
    0LEVEL
    Education 

    About the free badged courses from the Social Partnerships Network

    Introductory video about the Social Partnerships Network badged courses and about our research.

  • ACCUMULATE AFRICA -Demo for ACCOSCA
    1LEVEL
    Education 

    ACCUMULATE AFRICA -Demo for ACCOSCA

    This unit has been created for ACCUMULATE, a project involving African credit unions in several countries.  

  • Adolescent and Youth Reproductive Health HEAT Module
    2LEVEL
    Health, nursing and medicine 

    Adolescent and Youth Reproductive Health HEAT Module

    Adolescent and Youth Reproductive Health

  • A General Introduction to International Economic Law
    3LEVEL
    Law 

    A General Introduction to International Economic Law

    This unit is an introduction to the subject of International Economic Law. It includes a historical development of the subject and refers to the principal organisations related to International Economic Law.

  • Aimhigher Sussex Languages Project 2010-2011
    0LEVEL
    Other languages 

    Aimhigher Sussex Languages Project 2010-2011

    The contents of this page are part of the Languages Project led by The Open University in the South East in partnership with Aimhigher Sussex . The resources included are the result of two years of work with secondary schools in Sussex to promote the study of modern foreign languages. They are also available on hard copy upon request. All the activities included in this pack have been delivered in schools and colleges and are the result of collaboration with language departments, being based partly on their feedback.   The activities are organised by level. Each activity consists of a tutor guide, one or more PowerPoint presentations and classroom handouts. Some activities include flashcards or mp3s. For further details:  The Languages Team The Open University in the South East R13-Languages@open.ac.uk  

  • Am I ready to study in English?
    0LEVEL
     

    Am I ready to study in English?

    Even if you feel confident using English in everyday situations, studying in English at higher education level might present extra challenges. This unit provides an opportunity for you to reflect on your English language skills through a series of academic exercises.

  • Analysing pesticides experiment
    0LEVEL
     

    Analysing pesticides experiment

    Analysing pesticides in the environment using GC-MS

  • Analysis and Presentation of Data
    0LEVEL
     

    Analysis and Presentation of Data

    Please include a detailed description of the changes you have made to this unit. Consider including information about the origin of any additions you've made. If this is a translation, please say whether you've adapted the content or just performed a direct translation. For OU staff, please note that your new unit will be listed with yourself as a contributor not the Open University

  • Analysis and Presentation of Data
    0LEVEL
     

    Analysis and Presentation of Data

    Once market research has been conducted the data needs to be analysed and presented. This unit provides examples of how to achieve this using tally charts and graphs. It also provides suggestions of how best to draw conclusions from your research and present your findings.

  • An introduction to OERs
    1LEVEL
    Technology/computing 

    An introduction to OERs

    This unit aims to introduce users to the concept of OERs and to show some of the resources available

  • An introduction to social work
    0LEVEL
     

    An introduction to social work

    This short course will introduce you to the social work role and develop your understanding of some of the theory associated with social work practice.

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