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    Workers' Educati... posted a link on 2 June 2010 - 9:24am.

    Healthy Start

    Free vouchers which can be swapped for milk, fruit and vegetables. Also free vitamins available.

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    Workers' Educati... posted a link on 1 June 2010 - 2:00pm.

    Exercise basics

    Training tips from

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    Workers' Educati... posted a link on 1 June 2010 - 1:24pm.

    Reading food labels

    A useful guide to help you understand food labels from

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    Audrey Miller posted a note on 8 May 2010 - 12:47pm.

    Home Grown health

    Birmingham City University invited me to be an exhibitor at one of its recent events. I had a really enjoyable evening. Orgainsed by BCU MA students who are taking a course in Events and Exhibition Management itwas good opportunity to meet other SOE tutors and would be students. I look forward to taking part in other similar events.

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    Paul Miller posted a Blog entry on 21 April 2010 - 2:19pm.

    Let's do lunch

    Other than in the very early days of School of Everything we've always worked in Bethnal Green in east London. That's mainly Geoff Mulgan's fault because he offered us some free office space in the Young Foundation building. It's a wonderful place, full of interesting projects and organisations and surrounded by a few cafes which we used to frequent on a regular basis.

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    [video] posted a video on 19 April 2010 - 3:40pm.
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    Lishi Clips

    A taste of some of what you might do in a Lishi class (probably not at your first class :-) )

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    RSPB posted a Document on 26 March 2010 - 9:25am.

    Dove Stone Nature Reserve Directory of Activities

    This leaflet lists the actvities you can get involved in at Dove Stone, near Oldham.
    There is some general information on the types of actvity and also a guide to what time of year each actvity will take place.

    Get in touch with us to find out when these exciting activities are taking place and to book your place.

    Nature is amazing - help us keep it that way.

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    Christine Lewis posted a link on 21 March 2010 - 11:49am.

    NLN Materials

    The NLN Materials are small, flexible 'bite-sized' episodes of learning. They are not whole courses but are designed to support a wide range of subject and topic areas. They have been funded by the LSC and are available free to all authorised organisations in the post-16 sector.

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    Anne Jones posted a note on 8 March 2010 - 4:42pm.

    Three Generations

    This is a subject dear to my heart as I am living with actually four generations of our family in very close proximity just now. This range of age groups, each with its own belief systems, experiences and perceptions of the world brings with it a number of interesting challenges and life is never dull!

    Our world has changed so significantly over the last one hundred years that it is no surprise that there are such huge differences in expectations, understanding and feelings in each generation.

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    Timothy Bosworth posted a link on 28 February 2010 - 3:39pm.

    How You Can Live To 100 (Graphic)

    Want to keep thinking up great ideas? Research has found that by controlling factors in your life, living to 100 is actually much more possible than previously thought. In total, the US has the most centenarians with current estimates as high as 72,000, leading website The Centenarian states. In fact, if the population of centenarians continues to increase at its current rate of expansion, there could be close to one million people of 100 years of age or more by 2050 residing in the US.

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    Timothy Bosworth posted a link on 28 February 2010 - 3:34pm.

    Social Norms? Twitter Users Follow the 79/7 Rule in the U.K.

    The Pareto principle, more commonly known as the 80/20 rule, is the idea that roughly 80 percent of activity will be accounted for by 20 percent of the participants. Vilfredo Pareto’s initial observation at the start of the 20th century, that 80 percent of Italy’s land was owned by 20 percent of the population, has become a common rule of thumb in business, but does it hold up when tracking activity for the U.K.’s most popular social networks?

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    Timothy Bosworth posted a link on 28 February 2010 - 3:32pm.


    Welcome to our video page. Here you’ll find a range of videos from social media, internet marketing, right through to lifestyles and relationship building. If you like the videos you can subscribe to our youtube channel and make a comment. Comments help the sites community engage and grow.

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    Timothy Bosworth posted a link on 28 February 2010 - 3:24pm.

    Must Read Social Media Books

    Reading books has just got social. Social media that is. Having just done a search on social media books at Waterstones I found that they were 529 books with social media in the title. Examples include The social media bible and Social media goes corporate. If we take a moment and think about what the landscape was like a few years ago one could argue that most of the books would not have anything to do with social media.

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    G Swami Shree Yo... posted a link on 22 February 2010 - 11:10pm.

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    Paul Miller posted a Blog entry on 11 January 2010 - 11:49am.

    Talking about a Learning Revolution

    We've got some very good news. Over the next few months we're going to be working with Becta and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (which usually gets shortened to BIS) to improve School of Everything and make it available to lots more people.

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    Ceci Glusman posted a link on 18 November 2009 - 11:50am.

    Creativity Workshop

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    Jeni Hawkswell posted a note on 22 October 2009 - 2:03pm.

    RNCM Saxophone Day

    On November 15th 2009 the RNCM is hosting it's annual Saxophone Day, featuring masterclasses, workshops and concerts by world renowned saxophonists, such as Simon Willescroft, The National Saxophone Choir of Great Britain, Vincent David, Carl Raven and also a huge trade exhibition, featuring the leading UK and International saxophone manufacturers and retailers.

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    [video]Shakeel Shaikh posted a video on 7 October 2009 - 12:05pm.
    Nick Thomas posted a note on 23 September 2009 - 4:46pm.

    Indigenous Perspectives Conference

    One of Britain's leading adventurers, Benedict Allen, is to open the Indigenous Perspectives Conference on Monday 12th October. Allen is the author of 11 books, but is probably best known for his TV programmes of exploration and endurance. His first-hand experience of indigenous people in jungle, tundra and desert qualifies him to speak with authority and warmth at this one-day conference at the Pierian Centre.

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