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This blog features a wide variety of articles on various aspects of online teaching and learning in business and law.

If you would be interested in contributing a guest blog, please email us.

Designing Online Learning for Interactivity

In this blog post, Dr Ruslan Ramanau discusses whether reducing the amount of face-to-face contact with learners can lead to less engagement and less positive learning experiences.

8th June 2020

Time is of the essence – so why don’t we spend more time teaching it?

Learners using open educational resources like MOOCs often start out thinking they have plenty of time, then get thrown off course by the lack of it. Dr Terry O'Sullivan explores time management in our latest blog post.

29th May 2020
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Taking legal outreach online: how law students can help bridge the justice gap during lockdown

In this blog, Hugh McFaul, Co-Director of the Open Justice Centre, explores whether pro bono legal work can be run online. 

13th May 2020

Online teaching: starting out. My Story

The recent COVID-19 crisis has meant that many teachers have had to very rapidly get to grips with teaching online. In this blog, Dr Jacqueline Baxter explores the skills and attributes of being an online teacher.

29th April 2020

Welcome to the SCiLAB blog!

This blog is run by the Centre for Innovation in Legal and Business Education (SCiLAB) at the Open University Business School. 

29th April 2020

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