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Fashion Business: LinkedIn Learning


Access to LinkedIn Learning is free while you are studying at the university; it provides a range of online courses many of which are very useful for students within the School of Arts.  As well as LinkedIn Learning, this page links to Henry Steward Talks, some general freely available online learning platforms, and to MasterClass - which is only available to subscribers.

LinkedIn Learning

If signing in for the first time, go to

The Look (2009)

Series about the fashion industry (a little out of date now).  View all episodes.

Other programmes on Box of Broadcasts include:

Other learning platforms

Free sites

FutureLearn - UK-based free online learning platform, owned by the Open University with contributions from a range of universities.  Areas include Creative Arts & Media; and Study Skills.

edx - free online courses by Harvard, MIT, & more. Limited relevance for the school of arts

Coursera - courses from Yale, Michigan, Stanford, and others

  • Notable for courses from MoMA (Museum of Modern Art) which include: What Is Contemporary Art? - Modern Art & Ideas - Seeing Through Photographs - Fashion as Design

Open Culture - curates courses from a range of sources

Oxford University Podcasts

  • Notable for Critical Reasoning for Beginners - a free Oxford University course, focusing on identifying and evaluating different types of argument.  If you are at all interested in this area, its definitely worth taking.

Creative Cow - peer-to-peer support for media production professionals

Learning on Screen courses - copyright and creative reuse in education

Subscription sites

  • Master Class
    Annual subscriptions are fairly pricey for Master Class, but the content looks good, with classes from household name.  The free trial requires credit card details, and they will charge you the full annual subscription rate once that expires.