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Open University Books on Amazon

Total:680
  • Starting with psychology
  • Introduction to bookkeeping and accounting
  • Essay and report writing skills
  • Introducing philosophy
  • Start writing fiction
  • Nutrition: vitamins and minerals
  • The Holocaust
  • Psychology in the 21st century
  • Introduction to child psychology
  • Beginners’ Chinese
  • Exercise and mental health
  • Introduction to critical criminology
  • Starting with law: An overview of the law
  • Introducing consciousness
  • The role of diagnosis in counselling and psychotherapy
  • What is strategy?
  • Reading and note taking – preparation for study
  • Developing your skills as an HR professional
  • Galaxies, stars and planets
  • Financial accounting and reporting
  • Understanding and managing risk
  • Getting started on Classical Latin
  • Introduction to computer forensics and investigations
  • Employee engagement
  • What is politics?
  • Spanish: Con mis propias manos
  • Engineering: The nature of problems
  • Approaching poetry
  • Network security
  • Systems thinking and practice
  • Introducing the environment: Ecology and ecosystems
  • Summarising text
  • Introducing the Classical world
  • Living with diabetes
  • Forensic science and fingerprints
  • Economics and the 2008 crisis: a Keynesian view
  • Climate change
  • Organisations and management accounting
  • What is strategic human resource management?
  • Maths for science and technology
  • Creativity and innovation
  • Imagination: The missing mystery of philosophy
  • Making sense of art history
  • Extending and developing your thinking skills
  • Human rights and law
  • What is good writing?
  • Introducing the philosophy of religion
  • Maths everywhere
  • Challenging ideas in mental health
  • Managing and managing people
  • The Enlightenment
  • Philosophy: The nature of persons
  • Working on your own mathematics
  • Introducing social work practice
  • Writing what you know
  • How to be a critical reader
  • Project management: the start of the project journey
  • The Moon
  • Art and visual culture: Medieval to modern
  • Differential equations
  • Paraphrasing text
  • Developing good academic practice
  • An introduction to software development
  • Egyptian mathematics
  • The autistic spectrum: From theory to practice
  • Revision and examinations
  • Learning how to learn
  • Integrated safety, health and environmental management: An introduction
  • Continuing classical Latin
  • Making decisions
  • Maths for Science
  • Preparing a project
  • Design thinking
  • Understanding operations management
  • Eating to win: activity, diet and weight control
  • Spanish: espacios públicos
  • Parliament and the law
  • The law-making process in England and Wales
  • Social science and participation
  • Christopher Marlowe, Doctor Faustus
  • Criminology beyond crime
  • Art in Renaissance Venice
  • Marketing in the 21st century
  • Attachment in the early years
  • Beginners’ Spanish: food and drink
  • Human resources: recruitment and selection
  • Discovering management
  • Privacy rights and the law
  • Beginners' Italian: Food and drink
  • Company law in context
  • Epidemiology: An introduction
  • Introducing a framework for strategy
  • Library of Alexandria
  • Mental health practice: Bonnyrigg
  • Leadership and context
  • The Roman Empire: Introducing some key terms
  • Energy resources: Solar energy
  • Crimes of the powerful
  • Understanding international development
  • Studying the arts and humanities
  • Introducing ICT systems
  • Entrepreneurial behaviour
  • Becoming a critical social work practitioner
  • The evolving Universe
  • Planning a project
  • Emotion: An introductory picture
  • Data and processes in computing
  • Understanding dyslexia
  • Complex numbers
  • Visualisation: Visual representations of data and information
  • Homelessness and need
  • Plato on tradition and belief
  • Social problems: Who makes them?
  • Retail marketing
  • Changing law: mental capacity legislation
  • Europe and the law
  • What is language?: an applied linguistic perspective
  • Systems engineering: Challenging complexity
  • Spanish: Perspectivas porteñas
  • Managing relationships
  • The 'why' and 'what' of educational leadership and management
  • Social care, social work and the law - England and Wales
  • The Big Bang
  • Learning to learn: You and your learning
  • Systems thinking: Understanding sustainability
  • Modern slavery
  • Alcohol and human health
  • The frozen planet
  • A tour of the cell
  • Information technology: A new era?
  • The science of evolution
  • Social marketing
  • Getting started with SPSS
  • Introduction to the context of accounting
  • Implementing the project
  • Managing projects through people
  • Products, services and branding
  • Babylonian mathematics
  • Teaching assistants: support in action
  • Judges and the law
  • The role of the manager
  • Understanding early years environments and children's spaces
  • Two concepts of freedom
  • French: Ouverture
  • Sam Selvon, The Lonely Londoners
  • Conversations and interviews
  • Geometry
  • French: En ville
  • Proteins
  • Earthquakes
  • Learning a second language
  • Influences on corporate governance
  • Speeches and speech-making
  • Learning to learn: Reflecting backward, reflecting forward
  • Factors that influence health: An introduction
  • Natural intelligence
  • Computers and computer systems
  • Parenting
  • Obesity: Balanced diets and treatment
  • Investment risk
  • Improving aerobic fitness
  • Groups and teamwork
  • Politics, media and war: 9/11 and its aftermaths
  • Does prison work?
  • Rundblick: beginners’ German
  • Completing the project
  • Motivation and factors affecting motivation
  • Using visualisation in maths teaching
  • Introduction to accelerated learning
  • First-order differential equations
  • Introduction to financial services
  • Social work and the law in Scotland
  • History of reading: An introduction to reading in the past
  • An introduction to complex numbers
  • Plate Tectonics
  • Reading
  • Introduction to forensic engineering
  • Croeso: Beginners' Welsh
  • Hadrian's Rome
  • Wilberforce
  • Helen Langdon's 'Caravaggio'
  • Public health in community settings: An introduction
  • Social construction and social constructionism
  • Processes of study in the arts and humanities
  • Comparing stars
  • The oceans
  • Beginners' French: Food and drink
  • Youth work: Introducing policy
  • EPOCH Psychology history timeline
  • Attention
  • Understanding children: Babies being heard
  • Machines, minds and computers
  • Children's rights
  • Who belongs to Glasgow?
  • Learning to learn: Planning for personal change
  • A question of ethics: right or wrong?
  • Introduction to computational thinking
  • Learning to teach: Becoming a reflective practitioner
  • Introducing corporate finance
  • Living with death and dying
  • Energy resources: Geothermal energy
  • Marketing communications as a strategic function
  • How to frame a business case
  • The financial markets context
  • Equity finance
  • The role of play in children's learning
  • Religion today: Themes and issues
  • Strategic view of performance
  • The concept of innovation
  • Challenges in advanced management accounting
  • Design
  • Starting with maths: Patterns and formulas
  • Engineering: The challenge of temperature
  • The molecular world
  • Numbers, units and arithmetic
  • Introducing public health
  • What is poetry?
  • Beginners' German: Food and drink
  • Rights and justice in international relations
  • Finding information in mathematics and statistics
  • The importance of interpersonal skills
  • Robert Owen and New Lanark
  • Public health and mental health promotion
  • Future energy demand and supply
  • Stakeholders in marketing and finance
  • An introduction to sustainable energy
  • The database development life cycle
  • Understanding cardiovascular diseases
  • Exploring the English language
  • Business organisations and their environments: Culture
  • Race, ethnicity and crime
  • Mathematical language
  • Information on the web
  • Digital communications
  • Social work learning practice
  • Learning to learn: Learning can mean change
  • Diagrams, charts and graphs
  • An introduction to business cultures
  • Potable water treatment
  • Key skill assessment: Improving your own learning and performance
  • Manufacturing
  • Using a scientific calculator
  • Meiosis and mitosis
  • How do empires work?
  • Finding information in Arts and History
  • Introduction to histology
  • Nuclear power: Friend or foe?
  • Modelling with first order differential equations
  • More working with charts, graphs and tables
  • Working with dilemmas
  • Note taking in relation to the Social Sciences
  • Practising science: Reading the rocks and ecology
  • An introduction to social work in Wales
  • ICTs: device to device communication
  • How arguments are constructed and used in the Social Sciences
  • The African diaspora: An archaeological perspective
  • Nationalism, self-determination and secession
  • Parents and toddlers: Teaching and learning at home
  • Jupiter and its moons
  • The restless Universe
  • Approaching prose fiction
  • You and your money
  • The Sun
  • Political ordering
  • Designing space for dementia care
  • Introducing ageing
  • Picturing the family
  • Watching the weather
  • Diabetes complications
  • Dundee, jute and empire
  • French: Le quatorze juillet
  • Software development for enterprise systems
  • Geological processes in the British Isles
  • Energy resources: Hydropower
  • Energy resources: Tidal energy
  • David Hume
  • School Governors: primary school monitoring
  • The politics of racial violence in Britain
  • Public health approaches to infectious disease
  • Identity in question
  • Energy resources: Nuclear energy
  • Introducing environmental decision making
  • Schubert's Lieder: Settings of Goethe's poems
  • Energy resources: Wind energy
  • The USA, power and international order: Foreign policy under Obama
  • Introduction to microscopy
  • Introduction to finite element analysis
  • Inheritance of characters
  • Web guide
  • How teams work
  • The incredible shrinking chip
  • An introduction to minerals and rocks under the microscope
  • Health and environment
  • Ratio, proportion and percentages
  • Introducing ethics in Information and Computer Sciences
  • Why sustainable energy matters
  • Understanding the environment: Problems with the way we think
  • Preparing for your digital life in the 21st Century
  • Personal development planning for engineering
  • Introduction to active galaxies
  • The politics of devolution
  • Learning, thinking and doing
  • What children and young people say
  • Number systems
  • Themes and theories for working in virtual project teams
  • Reading evidence
  • Inclusive education: Knowing what we mean
  • Psychological research, obedience and ethics
  • The meaning of home
  • The poetry of Sorley MacLean
  • Cell signalling
  • The social in social science
  • The history of medicine: A Scottish perspective
  • Symmetry
  • Learning to change
  • Children's participation
  • The moral equality of combatants
  • What children's perspectives tell us about inclusion
  • Childhood in crisis?
  • Researching music: an introduction to the Music MA
  • Finding information in information technology and computing
  • Poverty in Scotland
  • Reading visual images
  • An overview of active galaxies
  • Lennox Castle Hospital
  • Musée du Louvre
  • Interview with a social worker
  • Life stories
  • Scattering and tunnelling
  • Learning to learn: Exploring learning
  • Telescopes and spectrographs
  • Gene manipulation in plants
  • Squares, roots and powers
  • Language and thought: Introducing representation
  • Working with our environment: an introduction
  • Health is everywhere: Unravelling the mystery of health
  • Presenting information
  • Active, healthy lifestyles
  • Global warming
  • Postgraduate study skills in science, technology or mathematics
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Re: Over 650 Open University Books on Amazon
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  • The origins of the wars of the three kingdoms
  • Using a computer for study
  • The body: A phenomenological psychological perspective
  • The repute and reality of being a Roman emperor
  • Analytical science: Secrets of the Mary Rose
  • Knowledge technologies in context
  • Managing Complexity: A Systems Approach
  • International management: An institutional perspective
  • Goya
  • Finding information in business and management
  • An introduction to e-commerce and distributed applications
  • Creating an ethical organisation
  • Living without oil
  • Unclear about nuclear?
  • Roaring Twenties? Europe in the interwar period
  • Developing reading skills in relation to the Social Sciences
  • Form and uses of language
  • Understanding management: I'm managing thank you!
  • Modelling object-oriented software – an introduction
  • Business English: Presenting the decision
  • Democracy? You think you know?
  • Animals at the extremes: The desert environment
  • Studying religion
  • An introduction to data and information
  • Play, learning and the brain
  • Key skill assessment: Communication
  • Minds and mental phenomena: An introduction
  • Changing cities
  • What is Europe?
  • Living with the internet: Keeping it safe
  • Finding information in science and nature
  • Environmental factors and organisations
  • Working in groups and teams
  • School Governors: Planning for improvement
  • Using film music in the classroom
  • Structural materials in cells
  • Influences on accounting regulation
  • What do genes do?
  • Living with the internet: learning online
  • Careers education and guidance
  • Environment: Treading lightly on the Earth
  • Knowledge in everyday life
  • Working with charts, graphs and tables
  • Early years team work and leadership
  • Geography in education: exploring a definition
  • Retiring lives? Old age, work and welfare
  • Animals at the extremes: Polar biology
  • ICTs: e-government
  • ICTs: Technology news
  • Evolution: artificial selection and domestication
  • Designing the user interface: Text, colour, images, moving images and sound
  • Numbers: An introduction to subtraction
  • Dance skills
  • Motion under gravity
  • Studying mammals: The opportunists
  • Nature matters: caring and accountability
  • Describing motion along a line
  • Effective ways of displaying information
  • Why study languages?
  • Finding information in health and lifestyle
  • The Beveridge vision
  • Language as a medium for teaching and learning
  • Racial violence: European perspectives
  • Napoleonic paintings
  • Surviving the winter
  • Entrepreneurial impressions – reflection
  • Volcanic hazards
  • Groundwater
  • Working with young people: Roles and responsibilities
  • Superconductivity
  • Young people's wellbeing
  • Understanding the environment: Complexity and chaos
  • Experiences of learning mathematics
  • Sexuality, parenthood and population
  • The problem with crime
  • Hearing
  • Working mathematically
  • School Governors: Organisation and practice
  • What chemical compounds might be present in drinking water?
  • Living with the Internet: Online shopping
  • John Webster, The Duchess of Malfi
  • ICTs: Information
  • Introducing international development management
  • Gene therapy
  • Veiling
  • Approaching plays
  • Gene testing
  • Seeing the light
  • OpenLearn Scotland
  • Understanding the past
  • Mountain building in Scotland
  • Predictive medicine
  • Fuel poverty in Scotland
  • Physical activity: a family affair
  • The MMR vaccine: Public health, private fears
  • Word and image
  • World Heritage
  • School Governors: Being strategic
  • Drug development process: combating pain
  • Business English: Making decisions
  • Facilitating group discussions
  • Discovering disorder: young people and delinquency
  • An introduction to material culture
  • Managing coastal environments
  • Sport media and culture: Who's calling the shots?
  • English in the world today
  • Ageing and disability: Transitions into residential care
  • Energy resources: Alternative energy in perspective
  • Detecting Down's syndrome in the unborn fetus
  • Vaccination
  • An introduction to biological systematics
  • Looking at, describing and identifying objects
  • Interpreting data: Boxplots and tables
  • Delacroix
  • Infants' understanding of their social world
  • What is the genome made of?
  • From sound to meaning: hearing, speech and language
  • History of reading tutorial 1: Finding evidence of reading in the past
  • Reception of music in cross-cultural perspective
  • Campaigns and organisations
  • Diabetes care (Chinese Edition)
  • Teaching for good behaviour
  • The meaning of crime
  • Sharing power and transforming educational practice
  • Modelling with Fourier series
  • Cultures
  • Working life and learning
  • Science and society: A career and professional development course
  • Economics explains discrimination in the labour market
  • What do we mean by 'family'?
  • Understanding society: Families
  • Forth Road Bridge
  • Exploring family health
  • Vectors and conics
  • Caring: A Family Affair
  • Developing modelling skills
  • Real functions and graphs
  • An introduction to Open Educational Resources (OER)
  • Energy resources: An introduction to energy resources
  • Care relationships
  • Fundamental forces
  • The Pocketbook Guide to Mental Health Act Assessments
  • The life sciences industry: An introduction
  • Children and violence: An introductory, international and interdisciplinary approach
  • Studying mammals: A winning design
  • The boundaries of care
  • ICTs in everyday life
  • Analysing skid marks
  • History of reading tutorial 2: The reading and reception of literary texts – a case study of Robinson Crusoe
  • Studying mammals: The insect hunters
  • Living and working in the new economy
  • Parents as partners
  • Oil industry in Scotland: Making photographs, making demands
  • Why teach art?
  • Water in the UK
  • Icy bodies: Europa and elsewhere
  • Representing and manipulating data in computers
  • Challenging the biomedical model of childbirth
  • Pain and Aspirin
  • Studying mammals: Meat eaters
  • Animals at the extremes: Hibernation and torpor
  • The science behind wheeled sports
  • Studying mammals: Return to the water
  • Studying mammals: The social climbers
  • Studying mammals: Chisellers
  • Nature matters: Systems thinking and experts
  • Heritage case studies: Scotland
  • Studying mammals: Life in the trees
  • Energy resources: Water quality
  • Learning to teach: An introduction to classroom research
  • Approaching literature: Reading Great Expectations
  • Prices
  • Who counts as a refugee?
  • Science in the Scottish Enlightenment
  • The interplay between leading and learning
  • Learning to teach: Making sense of learning to teach
  • Studying mammals: Food for thought
  • Studying mammals: Plant predators
  • Managing local practices in global contexts
  • Understanding narratives in health care
  • Am I ready to study in English?
  • Teaching citizenship: Work and the economy
  • Birth of a drug
  • Finding Information in Modern Languages
  • Using numbers and handling data
  • Understanding the environment: Co-evolution
  • Teachers sharing resources online
  • John Napier
  • Key skill assessment unit: Information technology
  • Exploring data: Graphs and numerical summaries
  • The limits of primary care
  • The environmental impact of teaching and learning
  • Innovation, markets and industrial change
  • Exploring distance time graphs
  • Who are Europeans?
  • Why maps are made
  • Language, notation and formulas
  • Key skill assessment unit: Working with others
  • Transport and sustainability
  • The medicalised context of bereavement
  • Introducing observational approaches in research with children and young people
  • What's in a title: Understanding meanings in community care
  • The body in antiquity
  • Key skill assessment unit: Problem solving
  • History of reading tutorial 3: Famous writers and their reading – Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Vernon Lee
  • The psychological aspects of sports injury
  • Evolution through natural selection
  • What is heritage?
  • Earth's physical resources: petroleum
  • History as commemoration
  • The technology of crime control
  • The public policy–action relationship
  • School business manager: Developing the role
  • Understanding media: The celebrity in the text
  • War memorials and commemoration
  • Care transactions
  • Ciudades con historia
  • Voice-leading analysis of music 2: the middleground
  • Modelling heat transfer
  • Understanding the environment: A systems approach
  • Models and modelling
  • Thinking about how I work with other professionals
  • School Governors: Performance management
  • Making and using rules
  • Death and medicine: Postponement and promise
  • Understanding the environment: Learning and communication
  • Finding information in Society
  • Diversity and difference in communication
  • Contemporary Wales
  • Voice-leading analysis of music 1: the foreground
  • Structural devices
  • Managing the software enterprise: The organisational and business context
  • Preparing Assignments
  • Sustainable Scotland
  • Health and safety in the laboratory and field
  • Introduction to histopathology
  • Creativity, community and ICT
  • BSE and vCJD: Their biology and management
  • Children living in different settings
  • School geography: Exploring a definition
  • Issues in research with children and young people
  • Life in the Palaeozoic
  • Distributed paradigms
  • Surface water
  • An introduction to the wider professional role of the teacher in England
  • School activities: Evolutionary tree of mammals
  • Working together for children: Stirling
  • iSpot: Sharing nature
  • School Governors: Secondary school monitoring
  • Enhancing pupil learning on museum visits
  • Influenza: A case study
  • Themes in discourse research: The case of Diana
  • Protocols in multi-service networks
  • The market-led organisation
  • Visions of protest: Graffiti
  • Microelectronic solutions for digital photography
  • Business English: Researching a new location
  • Introduction to law in Wales
  • Languages at work
  • Problem' populations, 'problem' places
  • Living in a globalised world
  • Minerals and the crystalline state
  • Professional relationships with young people
  • Introduction to structural integrity
  • Building relationships with donors
  • Voice-leading analysis of music 3: the background
  • Using vectors to model
  • Modelling pollution in the Great Lakes
  • Remaking the relations of work and welfare
  • Learning from audio-visual material: Introducing surveillance
  • Early development
  • Meeting minority needs
  • Accessibility of eLearning
  • Water and human health
  • Managing to meet service users' needs
  • Choosing a human resources consultant
  • Intracellular transport
  • The Ancient Olympics: Bridging past and present
  • Rounding and estimation
  • The range of work with young people
  • Water for life
  • Working with young people in sport and exercise
  • Imaging in medicine
  • Caring in hospitals
  • Global water resources
  • La Cité des sciences et de l'industrie
  • Numbers: Getting to grips with division
  • Composition and improvisation in cross-cultural perspective
  • Supporting professional development in Initial Teacher Training
  • Surfaces
  • Welfare reconstruction
  • Innovation through representation
  • Science promotion
  • Eutrophication
  • Engendering citizenship
  • Modelling displacements and velocities
  • Partnerships and networks in work with young people
  • Enacting European Citizenship (ENACT)
  • Achieving public dialogue
  • Governors' target setting: Primary schools
  • The Universe: past and future
  • Children and young people's participation
  • Neighbourhood nature
  • Your understanding and attitudes to science
  • A Europe of the Regions?
  • Key skill assessment unit: Information literacy
  • LETS: A community development
  • Urban and rural waste in China
  • Iron transport and storage
  • Developing countries in the world trade regime
  • Seeing institutions in different ways
  • Water use and the water cycle
  • Managing the European economy after the introduction of the Euro
  • Key skills assessment unit: Application of number
  • Engaging with educational research
  • Extending water resources
  • Encouraging book talk in the school library
  • Understanding the environment: Thinking styles and models
  • Commemoration: Visual texts
  • Experiences of assessment
  • Continuity and learning
  • Exploring sport online: Athletes and efficient hearts
  • Teaching using digital video in secondary schools
  • People-centred designing
  • Funding elite sport
  • The Adur Carers Project
  • Finding information in education
  • Safari – skills accessing, finding and reviewing information
  • Learning and practice: Agency and identities
  • Understanding the environment: Flows and feedback
  • Test kits for water analysis
  • Nature matters in conversation
  • Changes in Science Education
  • The three-way catalytic converter
  • Rural entrepreneurship in Scotland
  • A global dimension to science education in schools
  • Evaluating school classroom discussion
  • Involving the family in supporting pupils' literacy learning
  • Claiming connections: A distant world of sweatshops?
  • Aberdulais Falls: A case study in Welsh heritage[\li]