Digital Learning and Development

We understand the importance of flexible digital learning more than ever at this time, and want to encourage colleagues to utilise the range of resources available to support their development.

We offer a broad range of flexible virtual learning opportunities, designed to fit around you and your other commitments. Putting you in control of the pace and place of your development.

Whether you’re focused on developing specific knowledge, skills and behaviours to help you perform in your role or simply curious to discover new interests, we have a vast selection of resources to support you.

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Pansophix - A range of guides and workbooks, designed to give practical support on your Professional and Personal development needs. Topics include Communication skills, Recruitment techniques, Project Management and so much more. Please ensure you are logged into MUSE to access this service.

Pansophix Guides

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LinkedIn learning - LinkedIn Learning has over 4500 courses on topics in three main fields of study: Business, Creativity, and Technology. Business courses teach things like leadership skills, how to market a company or product, and how to manage a large, multi-person project. Please ensure you are logged into MUSE to access this service.

LinkedIn Learning

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StarPlus - StarPlus allows you to explore the University Library's online and print collections for a specific item, or to research a topic and see what information is available.

StarPlus

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TED - A global community, welcoming people from every discipline and culture who seek a deeper understanding of the world. Offering a range of video presentations, podcasts, books, blogs etc. around a huge variety of topics.

Ted Talks

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HBR channel - Weekly ideas, insights, and tips on management from Harvard Business Review.

Harvard Business Review

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Future Learn – offering a diverse selection of courses from leading universities and cultural institutions from around the world. Their courses offer you the opportunity to discuss what you’re learning with others as you go, helping you make fresh discoveries and form new ideas.

FutureLearn