Learning from audio-visual material: Introducing surveillance
Learning from audio-visual material: Introducing surveillance

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Learning from audio-visual material: Introducing surveillance

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Video resource

If you enjoyed the theme of the videos in this course watch the video below to find out more about the OU course DD208 Welfare, crime and society.

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Online resources

Open University (2007) Learning with the OU [online], www.open.ac.uk/learning/index.htm (Accessed 3 June 2009).

Open University (2008) Open Library [online], http://library.open.ac.uk/services/studentservices.html (Accessed 3 June 2009).

Open University (2008) Skills for OU Study [online], www.open.ac.uk/skillsforstudy/your-learning-style.php (Accessed 3 June 2009).

Printed resources

Redman, P. (2006) Good Essay Writing: A Social Sciences Guide (3rd edn), London, Sage/Milton Keynes, The Open University.

Redman, P. (2003) Writing in Your Own Words, Milton Keynes, The Open University.


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