We continue to develop new MOOCs as part of our Open & Online Learning programme. This fall we have 9 new MOOCs that will start, next to the reruns of 16 other MOOCs. In total we have 64 MOOCs announced and a couple more in development.
- Programming for teachers
Last year we introduced a programming in Scratch for kids, in September the accompanying course for teachers will start. This course will teach teacher how to teach programming to kids. The course is in Dutch.
- Solar Energy: Photovoltaic Technologies
This is the second course of the MicroMaster programme Solar Energy Engineering. This course will get you insight into the main PV technologies in the current market.
- Managing Building Adaptation: a Sustainable Approach
The biggest sustainability challenge for cities worldwide is adapting existing obsolescent buildings and making them future-proof. In this course, you will learn about adapting buildings for sustainability.
- Business Model Metrics and Advanced Tools
This course is the fifth course in the XSerie on Business Model Innovation. In this course you will learn advanced business model tools and metrics to help you achieve an agile business model.
- Co-Creating Sustainable Cities
This is the second course we are co-developing with Wageningen University. This course is about how citizens can be co-creators of sustainable cities when they engage in city politics or in the design of the urban environment and its technologies and infrastructure.
- Railway Engineering: An Integral Approach
Discover the science and complexity behind the exciting world of metro, tram and railway systems.
- Forensic Engineering: Learning from Failures
Don’t let good failures go to waste! Identify the causes of failure and use this knowledge to enhance safety and improve performance.
- Globally Distributed Software Engineering
Software engineering operates ever more frequently in globally distributed settings. This practice, also known as Globally Distributed Software Engineering (GDSE) has advantages and disadvantages that will be addressed in this course.
- Solar Energy: Photovoltaic (PV) Systems
This is the third course of the MicroMaster Solar Energy Engineering. In this course you will explore the wide range of solar energy applications and learn to design a real PV installation with excellent performance and reliability.
Our MOOCs keep attracting new learners. This summer we reached the milestones of 1.5 million enrolments and 1 million learners. Overview of all the course we offer you can find on our online learning website.