The legacy of the Peterloo Massacre will be explored in a new free-to-join online course, launching August 2019: 200 years on from this milestone in British democracy. ‘Peterloo to the Pankhursts: Radicalism and Reform in the 19th Century’ looks at the history of radicalism and reform, and the factors that bound events a century apart,…
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In this blog post, we find out what recruitment and learning and development professionals think about online learning and what it can do for your career development.
It’s been a busy few months at FutureLearn. We’re always working on improving FutureLearn and in this blog post we’ll run through some of our latest work.
In this post Rhonda Garad, Senior Lecturer and Research Fellow in Knowledge Translation at the Monash Centre for Health Research and Implementation (MCHRI), and lead educator on the course Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: An Evidence-based Approach, explores polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and asks: how can healthcare professionals improve the lives of women with PCOS?
In this post Dr Mark Kennedy, a Senior Teaching Fellow at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College London, discusses common myths and misconceptions about attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Simon Nelson, FutureLearn’s CEO, addresses your main questions surrounding the announcement that SEEK is joining The Open University as 50/50 shareholders in FutureLearn.
We’re delighted to announce a new shareholder today. SEEK, Australia’s top employment marketplace, is joining The Open University as 50/50 shareholders in FutureLearn.
In this post Dr David Warren, academic at the University of Edinburgh and educator on the course The Sharia and Islamic Law: An Introduction, discusses different meanings of the term ‘Sharia’.
In this post, we’re excited to share Unlimited, the newest way to learn on FutureLearn. Read on to find out how becoming an Unlimited learner will transform your life.