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Link Academic reading and taking notes.

An introduction to useful techniques to improve speed and concentration, when reading for academic purposes.
Examples of a variety of ways...

Academic English, Reading skills, Highlighting, Note taking, Referencing, Quoting sources view
Link Al bar

Activities to order drinks and snacks at the bar.

Italian Language - Level: Beginners - Elementary view
Link American political thought

Full course with audio lectures, lecture notes, readings, video lectures etc.. It studies writings and speeches, covering a wide selection of...

Political philosophy, Politics, John Locke, Hobbes, Rousseau, Montesquieu, Government, Equality, Democracy, Colonialism, Capitalism view
Course Applied Ethics

Should humans be enhanced? Can there be just wars? Is it always wrong to kill? These are some of the questions we will be asking on this course....

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Link Archaeology of Medieval and Tudor Britain

The aim of this course is to provide a broad understanding of the archaeology of Britain in the period c. 1066-1600.

Medieval, Britain, Tudor, Post-Medieval, Europe view
Link Che lavoro fai?

A resource to talk about professions.

Italian Language - Level: Beginners - Elementary view
Link Fare domande

Some activities to practise asking questions (and giving answers).

Italian Language - Level: Beginners - Elementary view
Link Gap filling exercises using real news in Japanese

This material gives reading exercises using real news texts in Japanese. As the texts are native-level, it is suitable for advanced learners. It...

Japanese Advanced view
Course History of Mathematics from Euclid to Wiles

This course will look at key developments and key figures in the creation of mathematics. The course will commence with a look at Greek...

Computers, Computing, History of science view
Link Introduction to Prehistory in Britain

This course covers the period from the end of the last ice age (c.9500 BCE) to the British Iron Age. It begins with an introduction to Archaeology...

Prehistory, Palaeolithic, Mesolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age, Landscape, sites, artefacts, Britain, Europe view
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