Tag Archives: MOOC

Organizational Analysis

I’ve written here before about the learning opportunities offered by MOOCS (Massively Open Online Courses) and I wanted to tell you about another excellent course from Stanford University, delivered via the Coursera platform. This one is titled Organizational Analysis, written … Continue reading

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An open request to online course organisers

I’ve written before about the opportunities offered by MOOCs (massively open online courses) and how they threaten to disrupt and transform the education sector. The number of subjects available keeps growing, the quality of the material continues to improve and … Continue reading

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User interface design tips

Stanford University’s online Human-Computer Interaction course includes useful guidelines for user-interface design. They should be obvious to most experienced users and are really easy to understand and apply: The system status should always be visible. For example, when completing a form, … Continue reading

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How MOOCs are going to change the world

Massively Open Online Courses (MOOCs) is the description given to the growing range of classes offered by sites such as Coursera, Udacity and Academic Room.  Most of them are free and produced by such reputable institutions as Stanford University and Princeton, … Continue reading

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