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The thing about learning ...it’s not what we learn... but how

Created on Mon, 02/09/2013 - 16:26 by Alexandra Macpherson 

Have you ever noticed that learning does not always happen at the same rate? Sometimes it seems effortless, other times it’s a drag …. but why? Is it mood? Motivation? How tired or alert you are?

Only the sky is the limit

Created on Mon, 12/08/2013 - 10:44 by Takis Diakoumis 

Life-long learning is all about finding new dimensions and expanding our horizons, and sometimes those horizons can exceed our expectations. Even those of us who work in the education field are not immune to the magic of new knowledge.

Welcome to the Land of the Long White Cloud!

Created on Thu, 01/08/2013 - 17:50 by Open2Study 

The beauty of free online education is that it is online - and therefore accessible to web-connected, computer users worldwide. About half of all Open2Study students currently come from outside of Australia and call more than one hundred countries home.

Set your own pace!

Created on Wed, 24/07/2013 - 17:23 by Haldor Aamot 

There’s no disputing it: flexibility is the key to juggling modern life. Tight timeframes work for some, but many of us prefer to set our own pace – and that applies particularly to studying.

You asked for convenience and flexibility – we delivered! So far, all our Open2Study courses have been run over four weeks. But on 15 July 2013, we changed the tempo by launching our very first self paced courses; our free online courses just got even better!

You're Really Making the Grade!

Created on Fri, 12/07/2013 - 16:53 by Paresh Kevat 

The rumour is true – Open2Study students are blitzing the world of free online education with record numbers completing their subjects.

Unlike students from other platforms, about one in five Open2Study students are not only completing their subjects, they’re also passing.

Is this really a big deal? YES! Free online offerings from countries like the US, UK and Europe, where less than 9% of students complete subjects, are looking on as this Aussie innovator helps to keep you interested and engaged in study.

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