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Last updated: November 29, 2016 12:19 am
Massive open online courses – or Moocs – are web-based classes that offer students self-paced learning in their subject of choice. Recently-listed free courses, on aspects of business, in our interactive directory include:
|- Adaptive Leadership in Development||- Analysis of Business Problems|
|- Becoming a Digital Citizen: An Introduction to the Digital Society||- Best Practices for Project Management Success|
|- Building the Business Model for Corporate Entrepreneurs||- Business Accounting Basics|
|- Business Futures: Sustainable business through Green HR||- Business Futures: The Sharing Economy|
|- Business Model Testing||- Business Models for Social Enterprise|
|- Circular Economy||- Communicating in a Global Context|
|- Construction Ethics and Compliance||- Cybersecurity and Mobility|
|- Designing the Future||- Digital Accessibility: Enabling Participation ...|
|- Digital Branding and Engagement||- Economic Democracy: The Cooperative Alternative|
|- Entrepreneurship: DO Your Venture||- Environmental Challenges: Human Impact ...|
|- Financial Accounting Made Fun: Eliminating Your Fears||- Global Business in Practice|
|- Global Resource Politics: the Past, Present and Future of Oil ...||- International Hospitality Luxury Management|
|- Leaders in Global Development||- Manage Your Prices: an Introduction to Pricing Strategy ...|
|- Marketing to the Bottom of the Pyramid||- Mindfulness for Wellbeing and Peak Performance|
|- Open Innovation||- Predictive Analytics: Gaining Insights from Big Data|
|- Supply Chain Logistics||- Today’s Music Industry|
Although Moocs are non-degree programmes, the content of many of these courses is often similar to that of a university-level programme. Some Mooc platforms, including Coursera and edX, partner with top universities to offer courses.
You can sort the table by clicking on the column headings such as “Subject”, “Course name”, “School/ Organisation”, “Start date”, “Duration in weeks”, “Platform” and “Certificate”.
To view a course description, click on the “i” button on the right. To go to the course website, click on the name of the Mooc.
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