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Less Than Fantastic: A Review of the Science Fiction MOOC from Coursera

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My fifth Coursera class, Fantasy and Science Fiction: The Human Mind, Our Modern World finished on August 19. The eleven-week course from...

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Heroic Effort: Comparing Two Classical Studies MOOCs

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The number and variety of MOOC’s available is always enticing. I started out last year taking E-Learning and Digital Cultures from the...

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A Healthcare Professional’s Review of The Healthy and Sustainable Diets MOOC

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I am a medical practitioner from Nigeria working with the Saudi Ministry of Health with an interest in public health. Along with many...

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Course Review: Understanding Cheating In Online Courses

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Understanding Cheating in Online Courses is delivered through the Canvas.net MOOC platform which itself opens up some interesting...

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Course Review — The Ancient Greek Hero MOOC From edX

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I’ve already discussed why several components of HarvardX’s Ancient Greek Hero MOOC were so successful (especially during this...

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OER MOOC: Reviewing COER13 Using Conole’s 12 Dimensions Rubric

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Access to open education, open content and open educational resources (OER) is gaining more and more attention worldwide. Many people...

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Healthy Edutainment: Two Complementary Nutrition MOOCs

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As someone generally interested in a healthy lifestyle, and also as a new mom of a very picky eater, I found two interesting Coursera...

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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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Book Review: MOOC Yourself by Inge de Waard

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The e-book MOOC Yourself by Inge Ignatia de Waard is a brief read but packed full of useful information about MOOCs. Though the subtitle,...

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Harmony and Discord In Berklee’s Songwriting MOOC

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In March, Berklee College of Music in Boston in the U.S. launched a five-week course on Songwriting, taught by Pat Pattison. You may not...

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