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What is OpenLearn Ireland? article icon

OpenLearn Ireland

What is OpenLearn Ireland?

OpenLearn Ireland provides free learning content from The Open University for all who are interested in Ireland, Northern Ireland and the culture, developments and events on the island.

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Money & Business

Online training support for businesses

The Open University has partnered with Invest Northern Ireland to offer a range of free business-focused training.

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History & The Arts

The Life of Saint Patrick

This extract from Alban Butler's 18th Century work on the lives of the saints tells the story of Ireland's patron saint.

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20 things you might not know about Belfast... article icon

History & The Arts

20 things you might not know about Belfast...

Belfast is a fascinating place. Here are some facts about the capital and largest city of Northern Ireland...

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Science, Maths & Technology

Geology toolkit

Discover the unique landscape of Great Britain and Ireland with our interactive Geology Toolkit, featuring a geology timeline, rock analyser, rock cycle, landscape features and safety tips.

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History & The Arts

Approaching poetry

Do you want to get more out of your reading of poetry? This free course, Approaching poetry, is designed to develop the analytical skills you need for a more in-depth study of literary texts. You will learn about rhythm, alliteration, rhyme, poetic inversion, voice and line lengths and endings. You will examine poems that do not rhyme and learn ...

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20 hrs
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History & The Arts

The African diaspora: an archaeological perspective

In many ways the African diaspora is a contentious episode from the past (and indeed present). This free course, The African diaspora: an archaeological perspective, explores why this area of research has been traditionally under-represented and highlights the ways in which archaeology can contribute to this fast-growing field of study.

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4 hrs
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OpenLearn Ireland

The Good Friday Agreement - 20 Year Anniversary

10th April 2018 marks 20 years since the Good Friday Agreement was made.

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History & The Arts

Happy Saint Patrick's Day

March 17th is St. Patrick's Day. Find out more about the patron saint of Ireland and discover Ireland's culture and heritage. 

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Society, Politics & Law

What do I need to know about the Irish/UK border question

In the negotiations covering the UK's departure from the EU, the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland has become a major problem. Here's what you need to know.

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Money & Business

Can the Economy be Irish?

Dr Leslie Budd considers the impact of Brexit following the EU Referendum and questions whether the economy can be Irish as a de-globalising project. 

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OpenLearn Ireland

Brexit and the Irish border

Dr Philp O'Sullivan reflects on the changing geographical relationship between the UK and Ireland.

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