How to persevere through a difficult course

Created on Mon, 29/09/2014 - 09:43 by Polly Foster 

We’ve all been there – you start off your new course full of excitement and enthusiasm, then a couple of weeks later you wonder why you ever started. It could be that the course is more demanding than you expected, or perhaps life got in the way and you feel you don’t have the time to dedicate to the course any more.

sometimes you just have to keep walking

Half a million enrolments? Thank you!

Created on Thu, 04/09/2014 - 14:22 by Jennifer Piper 

The mood around the Open Univeristies Australia office is pretty happy this week, as we celebrate our 500,000th Open2Study enrolment. We couldn't be happier, or more grateful, to have you all with us as we provide free, online education for lifelong learners around the world.

Penguins love study, and open2study loves penguins

Making your course work for your learning style

Created on Wed, 20/08/2014 - 16:05 by Polly Foster 

As a self-confessed MOOC addict, I’m always looking for ways to develop my learning and get the most out of online education.


Meet the presenter: Maggie Walter, Indigenous Studies

Created on Fri, 08/08/2014 - 16:22 by Maggie Walter 

With over 500 Indigenous nations in Australia, and around 50,000 years of history, there is a lot to be learnt about Australia's First Nations Peoples. 

Australia is a place of many nations

Image via Flickr

Hate your job? Here's how to spice things up!

Created on Wed, 30/07/2014 - 14:10 by Swati Kumar 

Are you bored in your job? Ready for that promotion or just a new project? Ever since MOOCs, online video tutorials, and other digital learning resources have become commonplace, your learning ability is no longer constrained by overpriced tuition or lack of availability during class times.

finding it hard to concentrate? maybe a new job is in order


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