Open Learning

Reviews on Open Learning (4)

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Academic English

Helena R

23/02/2017
What I would highlight: I recently finished the Academic English course with Open Learning. I have taken so many English courses that I was very reluctant when I enrolled in with Open Learning. However, I was left very surprised with the organisation and structure of this one. This English course is the best course I have done so far and I would recommend Open Learning to anyone interested in mastering English within academia. Thank you very much!
What could be improved: Nothing.
Course taken: February 2017
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

5o Positive Life Skills- How to be happy, positive and successful in all areas of life

Jammeh Sillah

10/02/2017
What I would highlight: A great platform to share and get significant correspondence and gaining from wherever you are on the planet. It has urged me to likewise make some learning modules to share as well.
What could be improved: No complaints
Course taken: February 2017
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

Academic English

Koiman Butler

19/05/2016
What I would highlight: It is an advantageous methodology and way of studying at the solace of your home. It is exceptionally supported for one and all to share and upgraded their scholastic and expert learning.
What could be improved: No complaints
Course taken: May 2016
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

5o Positive Life Skills- How to be happy, positive and successful in all areas of life

Tim Wills

05/05/2014
What I would highlight: It is an amazing system how you can communicate and learn from people all over the world.
What could be improved: .
Course taken: May 2014
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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Description

OpenLearning is an online learning platform that goes beyond content delivery to focus on community, connectedness, and student engagement.

They understand that for students to learn deeply, they need to be active, engaged, inspired, involved. They need to interact with their peers, connect dots between new and current knowledge and they need to have fun in the process!

They promote dynamic communication through fun and interactive learning communities, where students can discuss and reflect on their experiences, share relevant and meaningful media, connect with their peers and in a safe and positive learning space.

They are both the Learning Environment and the Student Hangout. Traditional education providers view these as separate spaces; we see them as the same thing.

Open Learning