The Open University (OU) is based in Milton Keynes in the UK and currently has around 150,000 undergraduate and more than 30,000 postgraduate students, 10,000 of the students have disabilities. It is the largest university in the UK, consistently ranked among the top UK universities for both the quality of teaching and research and acknowledged internationally for its quality professional development and excellence in teaching. The OU promotes educational opportunity and social justice by providing high-quality university education to all who wish to realise their ambitions and fulfil their potential. Through academic research, pedagogic innovation and collaborative partnership it seeks to be a world leader in the design, content and delivery of supported open and distance learning. The OU is committed to equality and diversity, supports a vibrant research portfolio and fosters research teams who compete with top ranked institutions worldwide. The C2Learn project is sited in the University's Centre for Education and Educational Technology (CREET), is a specialist research centre with a strong applied focus on its impact upon policy and practice. CREET's members primarily carry out contract research and evaluation into aspects of education and educational technology, including creativity, digital technologies and teacher development. In the C2Learn project OU acts as the expert in creativity in education.