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MOOC: A Geospatial Revolution

Anthony C. Robinson of Penn State University is running the MOOC Maps and the Geospatial Revolution again on Coursera starting Apr. 30. I did the course last year together with some of my colleagues in Cambodia – definitely one of the best MOOCs/online courses I’ve ever taken. 43 more words


Current MOOCs in Progress (as of April 23, 2014)

Here are the five courses that I am currently following: “College Writing 2.3x, Principles of Written English, Part 3″ (BerkelyX, via EdX), “PH210x: United States Health Policy” (HarvardX, via EdX), “Understanding Economic Policymaking” (IE Business School, via Coursera), “Programming for Everybody” (University of Michigan, via Coursera), “Performance Assessment in the Virtual Classroom” (University of California/Irvine, via Coursera).

I Am A Writer

I recently enrolled in a so called ‘MOOC’: a massive open online course. It’s a free course on academic writing offered by Duke University, titled ‘English Composition I – Achieving Expertise’. 392 more words

Iteration #5 : A series of meaningful steps lead to a meaningful journey

Pick the blue pill, it will make you 100% smarter. Pick the red pill, it will make you 100% richer. You may hesitate much, and regret your choice in the end. 414 more words

Find Your Strengths!

Find your strengths

by Evangelidou Foteini, April 2014

I did the  Multiple Intelligence Test, which was recommended by the course “Foundations of Teaching for Learning 2: Being a Teacher”. 132 more words

Foundations Of Teaching For Learning 2: Being A Teacher

Coursera: Marriage and the Movies

This online class from Wesleyan University started on Coursera yesterday. Visit this link to check it out and maybe sign up for free.

I took another film course through this University last fall and really enjoyed it. 706 more words


What I've learned today

I’ve been following a course on Web Applications on Coursera as an opportunity to broaden my knowledge on web applications in general. Although my primary focus is in PHP, the lecturer, Greg Heileman, in fact, states that he chose Ruby on Rails as the best entry-point for learning MVC architecture and tools. 230 more words