10.3 Further study
The resources within this course have covered a wide range of subject areas including education, environment, technology, history, law, literature, politics, social care and social sciences.
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Below is a list of the Open University courses that have been drawn upon to create the OpenLearn Scotland collection.
What is poetry? is from A175 Start writing poetry.
Heritage case studies: Scotland is from A180 Heritage, whose heritage?.
Dundee, jute and empire is from A200 Exploring history: medieval to modern 1400–1900.
The origins of the wars of the three kingdoms is from A200 Exploring history: medieval to modern 1400–1900.
David Hume is from A207 From Enlightenment to Romanticism c.1780–1830.
Robert Owen and New Lanark is from A207 From Enlightenment to Romanticism c.1780–1830.
Health, disease and society: Scottish influence in the 19th century is from A218 Medicine and society in Europe 1500–1930.
The history of medicine: a Scottish perspective is from A218 Medicine and society in Europe 1500–1930.
Lewis Grassic Gibbon: Sunset Song is from A300 20th century literature: texts and debates.
Science in the Scottish Enlightenment is from AS208 The rise of scientific Europe 1500–1800.
Identity in question is from DD100 An introduction to the social sciences: understanding social change.
A Europe of the regions? is from DD200 Governing Europe.
Nationalism, self-determination and secession is from DD203 Power, dissent, equality: understanding contemporary politics.
The politics of devolution is from DD203 Power, dissent, equality: understanding contemporary politics.
Oil industry in Scotland: making photographs, making demands is from DD205 Living in a globalised world.
Chartered teachers in Scotland is from EE851 Self-evaluation.
Lennox Castle Hospital is from K100 Understanding health and social care.
Mental health practice: Bonnyrigg is from K113 Foundations for social work practice.
Social work and the law in Scotland is from K207 The law and social work in Scotland.
Working together with children: Stirling is from KE312 Working together for children.
James Clerk Maxwell is from SMT359 Electromagnetism.
Mountain building in Scotland is from SXR339 Ancient mountains: practical geology in Scotland.
Introduction to the law in Scotland is from W150 An introduction to law in contemporary Scotland.