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Course Review – Elementary Statistics MOOC from Udacity

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People who have been following my Degree of Freedom One Year BA project will know that the Udacity Elementary Statistics MOOC is the...

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Online Ed’s Excellent Adventure: How a Philosophy MOOC Handles the Survey Course

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Michael Roth’s Philosophy MOOC on The Modern and the Postmodern was reviewed previously here at MOOC News and Reviews, and Professor...

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Just Lectures? — A Review of the edX Justice MOOC

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Professor Michael Sandel made headlines twice this year with regard to his ethics class (called Justice), which has become a staple of the...

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Course Review – Property and Liability MOOC from Wesleyan

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In the interest of full disclosure, Wesleyan’s Richard Adelstein (who teaches the just-completed Coursera MOOC on Property and...

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Good In Theory — A Review of Stanford’s Understanding Einstein MOOC

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This recently completed Coursera MOOC on Einstein and his Special Theory of Relativity is taught by Larry Randles Lagerstrom, Historian of...

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Course Review – Life in the Universe

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Having taken a break from science classes since finishing my first degree in the 1980s, I suspected I had missed something when my...

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Course Review – World War II and Society

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While described as an edX course, World War and Society in the Twentieth Century: World War II (taught by Harvard’s Leverett...

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Course Review – Udacity’s Building a Startup

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  Steve Blank is on a mission: to get entrepreneurs (and would-be entrepreneurs) to stop thinking about their ventures as smaller...

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Course Review – Coursera’s Think Again: How to Reason and Argue

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Editor’s note: This guest post is from Jonathan Haber over at Degree of Freedom, who is tracking his progress in trying to learn in...

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