Learning how to learn
Learning how to learn

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Acknowledgements

Course image: aotaro [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] in Flickr made available under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Licence.

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This publication has been written by Maggie Coats with contributions from Maggie Boxer and Maureen Haywood and produced by the Student Services Communications Team on behalf of the Open University Centre for Educational Guidance and Student Support.

Thanks are due to the following people who read and commented on the draft material:

Denise Bates, Margaret Johnson, Liz Manning, Jenny Marris, Beth Mackay, Roberta Nathan, Patrick Kelly, Kathleen Gilmartin.

Steering group: Margaret Johnson, Vicki Goodwin, Kathleen Gilmartin, Jenny Marris, Juliet Bishop, Liz Manning, Patrick Kelly, Roberta Nathan, Clive Barrett, Beth Mackay, Denise Bates, Heather Laird, Janine Talley, Maggie Coats.

Production team: Penelope Lyons, Mandy Anton, Jenny Nockles, Roy Lawrance, Beth Mackay, Angela Driver.

Courtesy of Fallon Roxann, http://www.flickr.com/photos/fallonroxann/242856886/ [Details correct as of 15th August 2008]

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