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Start Writing Fiction MOOC

Start Writing Fiction (Future Learn)

This free fiction writing class is still open, if you would like to improve your fiction writing. I started late, but am really enjoying this class. 34 more words


A Magnitude of MOOC Courses

This year I decided to learn one or two new skills and was delighted to discover the MOOC courses. These are free bite size programmes that are offered by universities and colleges across the world to anyone who registers. 248 more words


Am I a serial signer upper?

I recently enrolled in Howard Rheingold’s Social Media Classroom course entitled, Toward a Literacy of Cooperation: Introduction to Cooperation Theory.  I’ve always admired Howard’s work and have referred to ‘Net Smart’, his book describing how to thrive online, in numerous Keynote presentations. 635 more words

Recommended Courses For You

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Recommendations for you.

We combed our catalog and found courses and Specializations that we think match your interests.

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Bragging Rights: Ending Slavery MOOC

I have successfully completed the Ending Slavery MOOC Produced by the University of Nottingham and provided through Future Learn!

It’s an amazing class and I recommend it to absolutely everyone and anyone. 124 more words

Human Rights

How Video Production Affects Student Engagement

Videos are a widely-used kind of resource for online learning. This paper presents an empirical study of how video production decisions affect student engagement in online educational videos. 130 more words


On-Demand Version of Coursera Metaliteracy MOOC Launches in December 2016!

We are set to launch an on-demand version of our Cousera Metaliteracy MOOC entitled Metaliteracy: Empowering Yourself in a Connected World in December 2016! If you missed this MOOC the first time around or would like to discover this course for your own learning or as a resource for instruction, register now for this on-demand version taught by  Tom Mackey, Trudi Jacobson, Kelsey O’Brien, Michele Forte, and Allyson Kaczmarek.   165 more words