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T175 results out today, got a pass (OES 89% and OCAS 94%). One more course out of the way, a third of the way to a BSc (Hons) Computing and IT.
With ten years remaining in my contract and the government’s intentions unclear, I’ve decided to focus on completing the BSc (Honours) Computing and IT (B62). Continue reading
The Open University have kindly asked me to be one of the moderators in the Café on TU100. Continue reading
I’ve just started a maths course (MS221 with The Open University). I completed MST121 with a cheap Casio FX991 calculator (it cost about £15). The time has come to buy something a bit more, well grown up. I’ve been looking at offerings … Continue reading
When I was younger, I couldn’t have cared less about education. I didn’t like school and accordingly education could whistle. As I got into my late teens, I discovered that if a subject interested me I could study it and … Continue reading
The course material for DSE 212 just arrived. Once I’d got over the weight of the package, I opened it to discover that it consists of a number of large text books, a couple of DVD, CDs, software and the usual … Continue reading
I haven’t really written much about my studying with the Open University but someone recently commented on blogging their experiences throughout their courses and there might be some mileage in it.