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Reading and child development: The Our Story app: Why can Our Story provide the first steps towards reading? article icon

Education & Development 

Reading and child development: The Our Story app: Why can Our Story provide the first steps towards reading?

Sharing stories and telling stories are a powerful resource - how does Our Story help you tap into that power?

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What is technology? article icon

Science, Maths & Technology 

What is technology?

It might seem a straightforward question, but technology is about more than gadgets and gizmos. Andy Lane explains what it means to different people.

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Money & Business 

Understanding different research perspectives

This free course, Understanding different research perspectives, explores the development of the research process looking at the different perspectives from which an issue or phenomenon can be investigated; and highlights the main methodologies that can be used to investigate a business issue. By looking at different perspectives/approaches to issues and phenomena, different research methodologies and ethical considerations this course will sustain the development of a research study, from the initial idea of what to investigate; to the elaboration of specific research questions; the research design, strategy and methodology.

Free course
9 hrs
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Science, Maths & Technology 

Reviewing science funding

Science and innovation: out of the frying pan and into the fire? Richard Brooks discusses the spending review and science funding.

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The Herculean task of tackling hepatitis C continues article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology 

The Herculean task of tackling hepatitis C continues

The scale of the task featuring scientists working to make hepatitis C a thing of the past would be familiar to the ancient Greeks.

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What you listen to shows how you think article icon

History & The Arts 

What you listen to shows how you think

New research suggests that your choice of music might show how you think.

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How much government funding do universities get? article icon

Education & Development 

How much government funding do universities get?

John Brennan explains the latest statistics on state funding for universities.

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Society, Politics & Law 

The links between poverty and shame

New research is uncovering links between feelings of shame and poverty that would be familiar to Elizabethans.

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We need to protect the World Service, or lose it forever article icon

History & The Arts 

We need to protect the World Service, or lose it forever

As the World Service moves to being funded from the licence fee, Marie Gillespie explains why she believes it's a service well worth saving.

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A channel between them: Differing aspirations of French and British graduates article icon

Society, Politics & Law 

A channel between them: Differing aspirations of French and British graduates

New research throws up different desires for the future between French and British students. Sally Power explains why.

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Social scientists and social commentators are often more powerful than they like to admit article icon

Society, Politics & Law 

Social scientists and social commentators are often more powerful than they like to admit

The use of a comic lifestyle disease to keep a reckless Texas driver out of jail underlines the need for clear definitions in social science, argues Alan Shipman.

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Nature & Environment 

Conducting climate science

This learning journey looks at how climate science is conducted.

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6 hrs
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