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Course Review – Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy

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I really struggled with the Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy MOOC, largely due to my eccentric learning challenges with regard to...

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Course Profile – ChinaX

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If you listen to this interview with Peter Bol, one of the professors behind Harvard’s China history MOOC, you’ll understand why ChinaX is...

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Course Review – Udacity’s Introduction to Psychology MOOC

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Introduction to Psychology is the third (and final) Udacity course I’ve taken for my One Year BA, and despite all the hubbub over...

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Two Reviews – Ancient Greek History and Ancient Greek Religion MOOCs

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  Before his recent retirement, Professor Donald Kagan was both a Dean at Yale University and the Sterling Professor of Classics who...

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Course Review – NovoEd’s Technology Entrepreneurship I MOOC

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  NovoEd’s Technology Entrepreneurship I MOOC was actually the second class covering principles of entrepreneurship I’ve...

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Entering Existentialism: A Review of Saylor.org’s Online Philosophy Class

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I’ve been as eager to report on Saylor.org’s class in existential philosophy as I was excited to take it, especially since it...

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Your Brain Online: A Review Of The Neuroscience MOOC from Coursera

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“You, your joys and sorrows, your memories and your ambitions, your sense of personal identity and your free will are in fact no...

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Within This Digital O – A Review Of The Shakespeare After All Course From Harvard Extension

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Shakespeare After All: The Late Plays from Professor Marjorie Garber is the second course I’ve taken from the Harvard Extension...

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A Review of Coursera’s English Common Law MOOC

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The desire to introduce students to a university or subject has often been cited as one of the motivations behind institutions offering a...

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A Review of rgMOOC, Rhetoric and Composition: The Persuasive Power of Video Games as Paratexts

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Summertime and the living is easy, or so the song goes. Among many hobbies of mine, gaming usually absorbs much of my free time, but this...

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