Category: Courses


Learn | Open Knowledge: Changing the Global Course of Learning | Stanford Online

Stanford Online has recently launched a new course that relates to Open Knowledge. We have been observing a steady trend towards the use of open resources in learning (much like this site, which offers quite a lot of useful resources openly). Yet there are many questions about what exactly open means. (more…)


Courses | MOOC: Personalizing Education for Students

Coursera is launching a new course on Blended Learning, starting October 15. This (free) course is six-weeks long and requires just 2 – 4hrs of your time per week. We think this will be a useful course for all teachers, especially those who are looking to find the right balance (more…)


NewsLink | SEN Graduate Program Online

“The University of Kansas will offer its No. 1 nationally rated special education graduate program online, becoming the highest-ranked program in the nation offered fully online. KU is partnering with Everspring, an educational, technology, design and services firm on the groundbreaking program, which will allow working professionals to further their (more…)


Course | Masters Programme (Buddhist Studies)

A man may conquer a thousand men a thousand times in battle; but he who conquers himself is the greatest of conquerors. ~ Dhammapada VIII:103 Masters Programme in Buddhist Studies Buddhism has been India’s greatest gift to Asia and indeed, to the rest of the world. Over the last fifty years, (more…)


Free Course | Elementary Teachers

Coursera is going to be hosting a free online course for Elementary Teachers, starting 6th Aug 2013. About the Course Developing mastery in establishing and maintaining a rich learning environment is one of the great joys of being a teacher. This course will provide high leverage strategies, resources, and support for professional (more…)