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Learning Development at a Distance Blog

New OER – Caring Counts
Posted on Tuesday July 29, 2014

Caring Counts is a self-reflection and planning course developed with and for carers. Working with carers and carer’s organisations, The Open University in Scotland has developed a badged free online course to support carers to reflect on their caring journey and identify the skills and abilities they have gained and continue to gain in their caring […]

2014 Enhancement Themes Conference
Posted on Wednesday June 25, 2014

Videos, photos and presentations from the conference can be found on the Enhancement Themes website.

Caring Counts Symposium 9 June 2014
Posted on Wednesday June 18, 2014

Thank you to everyone who contributed to the launch of the Open University’s free online course for carers:  Caring Counts: A reflection and planning course for carers (available July) Caring Roles: Learning Lives, 9 June, CitizenM, Glasgow The links below take you to presentations and material shared at the launch event in order of their […]

Caring Counts
Posted on Tuesday June 10, 2014

An inspirational launch of the new Open Educational Resource for Carers in Glasgow yesterday.  Lindsay Hewitt has written about the context of the resource in the Scotsman.

Publication of Developing Scotland’s Young Workforce
Posted on Wednesday June 04, 2014

The final report from the Commission for Developing Scotland’s Young Workforce, led by Ian Wood, has now been published – you can find it here.

Recent News

Skills Development Scotland adds resources for refugees and other migrants
Posted on Tuesday August 26, 2014

SDS has just launched a new page of information and resources to support and inspire migrants to eng...

Student Employability Index 2014
Posted on Thursday April 03, 2014

Students say that they want more engagement with the world of work during their studies but few use ...

Work-based Learning Baseline study published
Posted on Monday May 05, 2014

This study of undergraduate work-based learning in Scotland found that there is considerable commitm...

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