MOOCs form part of the University's commitment to knowledge exchange and community outreach. To date, we have received in excess of 3.8 million learner enrolments and issued more than 40,000 certificates.
They serve as online learning capacity building, providing academic teams with an online teaching experience and an opportunity to explore new ways of delivery and engagement online. One of the main reasons for signing up to MOOCs was for educational research purposes - MOOCs provided a new challenge to consider the ability to deliver high quality teaching and learning at a scale never before achievable.
Melissa Highton - LTW Director
Stuart Nicol - Head of Educational Design and Engagement
|MOOC0037||In-silico Modelling of Breeding Programmes||BLUE||September 2021||Nikki Stuart||Suspended||Execute|
|MOOC040||Live at COP26||BLUE||November 2021||Kate Yee||Closed||Close|
|MOOC041||Earth Observations||BLUE||August 2021||Marcello Crolla||Closed||Close|
|MOOC042||Learning for Sustainability (revamp)||BLUE||October 2021||Kate Yee||Closed||Close|
|MOOC043||Animal Welfare in the Clinic||GREEN||December 2021||Rachael Mfoafo||In Progress||Plan|
|MOOC044||How to create media for online courses||GREEN||December 2021||Rachael Mfoafo||In Progress||Plan|
|MOOC045||Self Care and Wellbeing: A Practical Guide for Health and Social Care||GREEN||December 2021||Rachael Mfoafo||In Progress||Plan|
|MOOC046||Climate Solutions – International MOOCs||AMBER||December 2021||Rachael Mfoafo||In Progress||Plan|