Why I’ve got designs on distance learning

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n a rare burst of enthusiasm I have signed up for a ten-week Harvard University distance learning course in the history and theory of architecture.

It requires a commitment of three to five hours a week and comprises videos, online tests, rudimentary design and some model-making.

My reasoning is that I often commit that much time a week to watching a TV box set while sitting slumped on a settee with a bowl of crisps, so why not do something more worthwhile instead?

Another motivation is the realisation, stronger with every year, that I have so much to learn.

My ignorance is fathomless. First there is the random stuff everyone else seems to have ingested with their mother’s milk: classical mythology, rudimentary philosophy, Tudor history.

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