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From iPad to hardback - sometimes you have no choice

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Edited by Jonathan Vernon, Sunday, 4 May 2014, 09:23

Sometimes the only version is a second-hand hardback copy:

in this instance viaAmazon and the University of Bradford

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Can you recommend a good read on learning? A must have however deep we get into the digital ocean?

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How about a book on I pad and the OU? You can do it. I want a free copy! I sent a little message to you on my post below.
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Good morning Jonathan,

have you read/listened to anything by Ken Robinson? Alistair Smith? or the mighty Tim Brighouse?

or did you want something older?

Gillian

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I have a voraciously appetite for books and take the view that I will form an opinion once I've read it. Some are beyond me, Proust, Ulysses and Hegel. Some academics are hard work too. I'm not even sure what Gagne will be like. Give me a title from the author and I'll see if I can get a hold of a copy.