How to share your MOOC certificates
A guide on providing evidence of your accomplishments to employers or academic institutions
Most MOOC platforms offer digital Course Certificates on successful completion of a course which allow you to provide evidence of your learning.
Sharing your certificates with potential employers or academic institutions can help you stand out from the crowd by showcasing relevant up-to-date skills and demonstrating initiative, commitment and drive all of which...
How to study MOOCs for free
A guide to gaining free access to MOOC courses
When MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) first came on the scene 5 years ago, they caused a lot of noise around the fact that they provided free Higher Education for the masses - a pretty revolutionary concept given the usual exorbitant cost of university level learning. Anyone could take one of these online courses and get access to the same course content that paying students were getting on a university campus...
The Ultimate Guide to MOOC Certificates
An in-depth review of the different certificate options provided by the major MOOC platforms
MOOC providers often award certificates on completion of a course on the condition that certain criteria have been met.
There are usually different certificate options, some of which may be free of charge and others which incur a relatively small fee, and may offer identity verification. This information can usually be found on the course description page...
Online Learning FAQ
Although online courses can have many of the same components as traditional classrooms such as lectures, group discussions, and assignments, online learning is a different experience to the traditional face-to-face setting of teaching and learning.
If you are thinking of taking your learning online, these Frequently Asked Questions and Answers will give you a better idea of what online learning involves and whether it's right for you.
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How to list MOOCs on your Résumé
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) have come a long way since they first emerged back in 2012. The number of courses as well as the number of learners enrolling in them continues to grow, but more importantly, MOOC credentials are also gaining ground and employers are starting to take notice. Understandably, therefore, it is becoming more commonplace to see MOOCs listed on résumés. But showcasing these online courses needs some careful thought and...