The next Student Hub Live event on the 10 and 11 June is an Arts Hub event. This is for all people who have a passion for the Arts – anyone is welcome, especially those who are studying or researching the Arts. http://studenthublive.kmi.open.ac.uk/
It will be a celebration for those who are completing modules and a chance to look ahead at the next steps, particularly for students at the end of Level 1. Involving students, tutors and lecturers, it’s a packed programme full of things you might not expect.
We have a day and evening line up covering English, Creative Writing, Classical Studies, Religious Studies, Philosophy, Art History, Music, History and more. The Level 2 module teams will be telling us about what’s exciting about their modules, including the new modules being presented for the first time in 2016. If you’ve already taken a module at Level 2, come along and tell us and other students what you enjoyed most about it.
As well as discussions about modules and subjects, we’ll be exploring how to manage digital media to support your studies, and how to identify career and employability skills from your Arts studies, with useful sessions about resilience and managing disappointment, and what to do if you change your mind about your choices.
In the evening we will be having lots of fun with our interactive quizzes, where you can play along against our studio panel, and discussions about the Arts. Watch philosopher pugilists duke it out; Classicists ‘show and tell’; Art Historians dissect artefacts; and how randomly picked objects relate to the Arts. You’ll even discover why Arts students are dangerous!
The full event programme, with more details, is available on the website. You can pop in and out as you wish during the event, and access the event from your computer, tablet, or mobile phone. You can watch the discussions, and engage with other people in the chat box.
Not only can you talk to others in our Open University Community about pretty much anything that’s on your mind, but you can also ask the panel questions, and we bring all of your contributions into the event via our Social Media team.
All the information for the event is available on the website. Please add the event to your calendar and if you give us your email address by clicking the “count me in button”, we can keep you updated. If you can’t attend during the set times, there is also a catch up service!
Sign up and explore the event at http://studenthublive.kmi.open.ac.uk/ . That’s also where you access the event by clicking the “Watch now” button when the event is on.
You can view the taster videos on the Student Hub site, on the Arts Facebook page http://bit.ly/22q8Y8D or via our youtube channel playlist http://bit.ly/1WVZ4fz . All the latest news is on Twitter #studenthublive16
These events really are great fun – hope to see you there on 10 and 11 June.