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Onze MOOCs

Massive Open Online Courses

De Universiteit van Groningen biedt jong en oud, mét of zonder vooropleiding, de mogelijkheid om gratis deel te nemen aan een aantal van onze online cursussen. De meeste daarvan zijn MOOCs, Massive Open Online Courses, die wij aanbieden via het Britse FutureLearn platform.

Wat is een MOOC?

Een MOOC is een gratis online cursus, toegankelijk voor iedereen en overal . Je kunt de cursus doen waar en wanneer het jou het beste uitkomt en met de grote diversiteit van onderwerpen is er altijd wel iets te leren wat je op dat moment interesseert. Een leven lang leren is hiermee ineens een stuk makkelijker geworden. De cursussen worden ontwikkeld door onze eigen docenten, onderwijsdeskundigen en audio-visuele specialisten.

De cursussen Introduction to Dutch en Understanding the GDPR staan in de top 100 van Class Central.

Voor vragen over MOOCs benader Tom Spits, MOOC coördinator.

Binnenkort

Becoming a Student Assistant: Teaching and Mentoring

Get familiar with the skill set of a successful student assistant and young professional in this course by our Educational Support and Innovation team.

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Decision Making in a Complex and Uncertain World

Learn about decision making in complex situations and under uncertainty in this course by the Faculty of Economic and Business.

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European Culture and Politics

In this six-week course, you'll (re)think about the meaning of European identity and Europeanness and examine the relationship between culture and politics in the construction and governing of contemporary Europe.

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Improving Your Study Techniques

In the four-week course Improving Your Study Techniques you will learn how to study according to the proven 3-step model of previewing, studying and revising.

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Inleiding Nederlands Recht

Krijg een goede basiskennis van het Nederlands recht met deze cursus van de Faculteit Rechtsgeleerdheid.

>> Join us 11 November - 26 January 2020

Introduction to Dutch

Learn how to master the fundamentals of the Dutch Language in this course by the University of Groningen Language Centre.

>> Join us 18 November - 22 December 2019

Introduction to Frisian

Learn how to master the fundamentals of the Frisian Language in this course by the Faculty of Arts.

>> Join us 4 November 2019 - 5 January 2020

Language Testing uring Awake Brain Surgery

Language representation in the brain can be studied by testing language during awake brain surgery.

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Multilingual Practices: Tackling Challenges and Creating Opportunities

Investigate the role of multilingualism in society by the Department of Frisian Language and Culture and Campus Fryslân.

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Protecting Health Data in the Modern Age

This course will explore the protection of health data in light of the GDPR. You will learn about rights, obligations, risks, safeguards and many other related aspects. By exploring the changing data protection landscape, you will improve your awareness of how to protect health data in an evolving digital and technical world.

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Religion and Conflict

Learn about the role of religion in conflicts and peacebuilding in this course by the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies.

>> Join us now! (final run!)

The Scientific Revolution: Discovering the Roots of Modern Science

Learn about the seventeenth-century Scientific Revolution and its role in shaping the modern Western world in this course by the Faculty of Philosophy.

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Understanding the GDPR

In 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) aiming to improve data protection for individuals across the EU will become directly applicable. Organisations will need to be compliant with the new rules and should act immediately.

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Why Do We Age? The Molecular Mechanisms of Ageing

Learn to understand the intricate molecular processes that evolve in our body when we age. in this course by the European Institute for the Biology of Ageing (ERIBA).

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Young People and their Mental Health

Mental health problems often develop during the teenage period. As many as 1 out of 5 teenagers are dealing with these problems. Therefore, it is important that you know how to recognise common mental health problems.

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