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Education & Development 

All my own work: exploring academic integrity

Are you currently studying? This free course, All my own work: exploring academic integrity, is designed to help you build confidence in producing your own work for academic purposes. You will explore what plagiarism is and how to avoid it, and learn how and when to reference. The course also includes an interactive to work through, which will help you to identify the potential temptations and challenges you may face when working on assignments. By the end of the course you should have developed an understanding of what appropriate academic practice is and feel more confident in producing your own work for academic purposes.

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Health, Sports & Psychology 

Wheelchair basketball player Yasmin on coaching, classification and the cost of disability sport

Yasmin Reeve is one of this year’s Sport and Fitness Student Voice Champions at The Open University. She’ll be tuning into the Tokyo Paralympics, but with mixed feelings, as she explains.

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History & The Arts 

Charles Dickens, Race and Colonialism

What can the works of Charles Dickens tell us about race and colonialism in the Victorian era? Dr Alex Tickell, a Senior Lecturer in English, explores…

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