Water is one of the fundamental resources on the earth. Water is essential for all other life. It plays a major role in all aspects of human life. Water is one of the most precious resources we have on this earth and it is under increasing stress. Allied problems exist in estimating global population and total annual renewable freshwater availability internationally. Water problem assessment is a major subject of study. It comprises reliable assessment of water availability, water quality, water needs and water shortage. A thorough knowledge of the physical distribution of water is needed to solve many problems of the world in relation of water resource management. Chemical formulas describe the number of atoms present in elements, ions and compounds
This course tells the story of Myanmar’s abundant water resources and explores how they can be managed more responsibly for sustainable development.
This course is for undergraduates with an interest in water reuse and focuses on the energy implications for operating membrane technologies in arid areas.
This course will provide an overview of political concepts that will propel WCC and it's mission.
This course explores the stages in the development of websites from client brief to final delivery. It is relevant to all IT and ICT courses at Key Stages 4 and 5 that include website and web page creation, and use of multimedia.
This is a free teaching and learning resource for anyone interested in Welsh history. It contains study materials, links to some of the most important institutions that contribute to our understanding of the history of Wales, and a pool of resources that can help you understand Welsh history and the way it is studied.
This is a personal development course for carers in Wales. It will help you to identify and reflect on your experiences, interests, skills and your future aspirations. You will also have the opportunity to develop a personal action plan to take forward beyond the course. Developed by The Open University in Wales and Carers Trust Wales, it is embedded with case studies from real carers sharing their experiences and reflections.
This is a personal development course for carers in Wales. It will help you to identify and reflect on your experiences, interests and skills and your future aspirations. You will also have the opportunity to develop a personal action plan to take forward beyond the course. Developed by The Open University in Wales and Carers Trust Wales, it is embedded with case studies from real carers sharing their experiences and reflections.
There is now a strong global scientific consensus that climate change is real and due to CO₂ emissions from human use of fossil fuels. When considering action to reduce emissions, and prevent the worst impacts of climate change, large changes require government intervention and changes in corporate behaviour. However, there are many important actions that can be taken in parallel by individuals in order to move towards a lower-carbon lifestyle.
Whether you're new to SKIP or just need a refresher, look no further for everything you need to know!
Curious as to who's who in TIDE? Want to find out more about your residential school facilitators, mentors or contacts? You can find out more about people on the TIDE project here.
This module takes up discussions around the student life cycle stages and looks at the issues of curriculum, delivery, assessment and careers, by focusing on the link between widening participation and teaching and learning in higher education.The lessons in this module focus on diversity, engagement, aspects of teaching and learning and employment.