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Author: Katy Nyaaba
This is a closed version of the course 'Introduction to cyber security' set up exclusively for use by QA.
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Author: Anonymous
How to create OER in OpenLearn Works
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Author: Anna Page
This project aims to provide practice in basic arithmetic for primary school children, while making it easy for teachers to track their progress. It is composed of the following blocks:

Addition of natural numbers,
Subtraction of natural numbers,
Multiplication of natural numbers,
Division of natural numbers,
Mixed operations with natural numbers.

These blocks are designed to complement the pupils' homework.

All drills are graded according to difficulty and can be done as many times as wished. The letters A, S, M, and D in their names stand for Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division, respectively; and the letter O stands for mixed Operations.
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Author: Anonymous
This is a pilot project, funded by the Subject Centre for Philosophical and Religious Studies, explores how teachers of Religious Studies, Ethics and Philosophy from a range of institutions, teaching IB and A Level, might develop ways of employing OpenLearn teachnology and materials in ways appropriate to their own school and syllabus contexts, sharing ideas and experiences through the Collaboration group and FM Video Conferencing.
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Author: Anonymous
This is a pilot project, funded by the Subject Centre for Philosophical and Religious Studies, explores how teachers of Religious Studies, Ethics and Philosophy from a range of institutions, teaching IB and A Level, might develop ways of employing OpenLearn teachnology and materials in ways appropriate to their own school and syllabus contexts, sharing ideas and experiences through the Collaboration group and FM Video Conferencing.
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Author: Anonymous
Mae'r course hon yn ystyried i sut y gall ymgymryd â gwaith gwirfoddol wella eich cyfleoedd cyflogaeth.
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All India - English
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Author: Anonymous
This course explores how engaging in voluntary work can enhance your employment opportunities.
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