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In this newsletter… two brand new courses, plus many more starting soon; the British Council’s Understanding IELTS becomes the biggest free online course ever; and our new open steps allow you to share what you learn with anyone.
New and returning courses
From Notation to Performance: Understanding Musical Scores
The Science of Nuclear Energy
Clinical Supervision with Confidence
The Science of Medicines
Getting a Grip on Mathematical Symbolism
Exploring Our Oceans
How to Read Your Boss
Courses starting soon
Good Brain, Bad Brain: Basics, University of Birmingham
Introduction to Forensic Science, University of Strathclyde
Innovation: the Key to Business Success, University of Leeds in association with M&S
Monitoring Climate from Space, European Space Agency (ESA)
Ebola: Symptoms, History and Origins, Lancaster University
Wellington and the Battle of Waterloo, University of Southampton
How to Write Your First Song, The University of Sheffield
Childhood in the Digital Age, The Open University
The biggest free online course ever
The British Council’s course on FutureLearn, Understanding IELTS: Techniques for English Language Tests, has become the biggest free online course in the world.
Over 400,000 people from 153 countries have signed up to improve their English together. If you’re one of them, thank you – and welcome to FutureLearn.
Share what you learn with anyone
We’ve started to make course steps open, which means you can now share many articles and videos with anyone – they don’t need a FutureLearn account or to sign in to see it.
It’s a great way to share what you learn – and the fascinating things you come across – with friends, via email or social media. Find out how the new open, shareable steps work.
Lily and the FutureLearn team