Oppia netistä – maailman yliopistot tarjoavat laajan skaalan ilmaisia kursseja

Explore the opportunities of free higher education in English below.

Oxfordin yliopistoa – Oxford University.

Ihmeellinen on maailma!
Niin paljon hämmästeltävää, ymmärrettävää, opittavaa.

Riemukseni törmäsin tähän listaan tuoreista nettikursseista, joita maailman eri yliopistot tarjoavat – ilmaiseksi!

Tämähän ei ole aivan uusi asia, olen itsekin urakoinut muutaman nettikurssin suomalaisista yliopistoista.
Tämä mieletön tarjotin kansainvälisiä herkkuja kutkuttaa silti!

Poimin tuohon alle kiehtovimpia ja hämmentävimpiä. Alla myös hieman laveampi postaus aiheesta englanniksi.

Itse ajattelin aloittaa näistä: Fashion as Design  ja Getting Started with Agile and Design Thinking.

To Learn Is To Live – Online, For Free

Isn’t the world wonderful!?

(No, I am not in love, although I definitely would like to be. Spring, you know.)

“Wonderful”.
Full of wonders.

So much to marvel. So much to understand. So much to learn about.

I stumbled upon this list of 600 university courses, by 200 universities around the globe. Online, for free.

And what a list it is!

Interested in computer science or programming? Obviously, you can learn the secrets of the trade sitting by your computer.
Rather inclined towards humanities? Want to wander among ancient Egypt? Fancy the Spain of Don Quixote?
Social sciences, medicine, teaching, business, art & design – just pick your favourite.

Many of the courses are self-paced, so you can take them whenever and however suits you. In English, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Spanish…

The courses seem quite short, just some weeks and just some hours per week. Rather like teasers, sneak peeks of the field.
Or maybe it is because internet year is shorter than the year in real life?

Nevertheless, I am thrilled by this opportunity and also by this revolutionary shift in paradigm: free higher education for all!

I will start with these: Fashion as Design  ja Getting Started with Agile and Design Thinking.


Here are some other intriguing picks that caught my eye:

Homeland Security & Cybersecurity Connection – It’s Not About the Terrorists from University of Colorado
Religion, Conflict and Peace from Harvard University
Re-imaging God in Korean Context from Yonsei University
Safeguarding Athletes from Harassment and Abuse from McMaster
A History of Violence: From the Middle Ages to Modern Times from University of Newcastle
Beer Matters from University of Wisconsin – Whitewater
Data Science Ethics from University of Michigan
What is a Proof? from University of California, San Diego
More Fun with Prime Numbers from Kyoto University
Analyze your Genome! from University of California, San Diego
Love as a Force for Social Justice from Stanford University
Fake News, Facts, and Alternative Facts from University of Michigan
Privacy, Reputation, and Identity in a Digital Age from University of Michigan
The Science of Parenting from University of California, San Diego
Justice, Mercy and Mass Incarceration from Vanderbilt University
Genius. Talent. Golden Mediocrity from Tsinghua University
Digital Culture/Clutter: Life and Death on the Net from University of Haifa
Using Personalized Medicine and Pharmacogenetics from University of East Anglia
Nanotechnology: A Maker’s Course from Duke University
Ethical Leadership Through Giving Voice to Values from University of Virginia
From Brand to Image: Creating High Impact Campaigns That Tell Brand Stories from IE Business School
Aviation is Your Future from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Maintaining a Mindful Life from Monash University
ga080: memento mori-死を想え- from Tohoku University

 

 

 

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