Deborah Caine, Author at Oxford Open Learning

Articles by Deborah Caine

Deborah is a freelance writer with an appetite for travel, books and blue cheese. She has worked in colleges and universities in the UK and Australia and also resided in Hong Kong and the UAE. Deborah is a flexible learning enthusiast, who achieved her arts degree majoring in Communications and Sociology through distance learning.

William Wordsworth

William Wordsworth

William Wordsworth and Samuel Coleridge’s poetry collection, Lyrical Ballards, heralded the founding of the Romanticism movement.

Earth Hour

Switching Off The Lights For Earth Hour

Over time, Earth Hour has grown to involve more than 190 countries and territories as they switch off lights for an hour on the last Saturday night of March each year.

World Poetry Day

World Poetry Day 2022

World Poetry Day recognises and celebrates our common values and shared humanity and also offers a voice to those languages in danger of extinction.

Salvador Dali

How Salvador Dali Brought Modern Art To The Masses

Dali used recognisable and somewhat relatable people and objects in his work but distorted them in such a way that it encouraged mainstream audiences to look at the world from a shifted perspective.

Hong Kong

Expanding Horizons: Hong Kong

Hong Kong is said to have naturally excellent Feng Shui, which some say accounts for its wealth.

Languages can take you far in Business

Languages to Learn to Get Ahead in Business

In today’s ever-growing global economy, learning another language may also significantly benefit you in business. Here’s how…

Abu Dhabi's Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque

Expanding Horizons: Culture, Tradition and Innovation in Abu Dhabi…

Culture, Tradition and Innovation are three of the foundations of this city.


Expanding Horizons: 5 quirky sides to Amsterdam you might not have heard of

Amsterdam actually has more canals than Venice and is therefore dubbed the Venice of the North.

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