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Household demand for water

Review of Week 3 of Water Supply and Sanitation Policy in Developing Countries Part 1: Understanding Complex Problems (University of Manchester, Coursera)

Modelling household water demand is challenging in developing countries due to two reasons: first, households have multiple water sources (with different price, quality and reliability) and multiple uses; second, accurate data is extremely difficult to get for many reasons. 98 more words

MOOC

How do we learn? 

I’m taking a course from the website of Coursera. It is called “What Future for Education?” Today in my blog I share some insights from the first week of the course and some personal experiences of how I was educated as a child. 786 more words

Thoughts

Public speaking courses on Coursera

Have you tried the public speaking courses on Coursera? I signed up for the entire specialisation but now wish I hadn’t. I’m not even half way through yet, so my experience might improve. 289 more words

Learning

Cursus: Introduction to UI Design (week 1)

Voor mijn volgende uitdaging heb ik mezelf ingeschreven in een kortlopende cursus “introduction to IU Design” gedoceerd aan de University of Minnesota. Via afstandsleren ( 1,729 more words

Blog

Metaliteracy Featured at the University of Puerto Rico's Mobile Learning Week Event

Tom Mackey and Trudi Jacobson have been invited to present a collaborative keynote on metaliteracy at The University of Puerto Rico’s Mobile Learning Week event on Monday, March 20 at 10am eastern time. 407 more words

Metaliteracy

MoMA Course Final Assignment

Recently I’m taking an art course from Coursera that is held by Museum of Modern Art NYC, and now I’ve just done the final assignment. The assignment gives me a task to deliver my opinion in 500 words towards module that resonated with me the most. 658 more words

Art