Humanities and Social Sciences
Study humanities and social sciences MOOCs.
The Clinical Psychology of Children and Young People (#clinpsymooc)
The course will cover the basic guiding principles of the Clinical Psychology of Children and Young People.
E-learning and Digital Cultures (#edcmooc)
This course will explore how digital cultures and learning cultures connect, and what this means for the ways in which we conduct education online.
Digital Footprint (#dfmooc)
This course will focus on the different dimensions of a digital footprint, including developing an effective online presence, managing your privacy, creating opportunities for networking, balancing and managing professional and personal presences (eprofessionalism).
Football: More than a Game (#flfooty)
Explore the role of football in the world today - including finances, clubs, nations and rivalries - with this free online course.
Fundamentals of Music Theory (#edmusictheory)
This course will introduce students to the theory of music, providing them with the skills needed to read and write Western music notation, as well as to understand, analyse, and listen informedly.
How to Read a Novel (#FLnovel)
In this course you’ll discover four of the main building blocks of modern fiction: plot, characterisation, dialogue, and setting using examples from a range of texts including the four novels shortlisted for the James Tait Black fiction prize.
Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobites (#fljacobites)
On this course you will unravel the Jacobite story. Using objects from National Museums Scotland you will discover the lives of the rulers and their followers who sought to change history.
Intellectual Humility (#IHmooc)
This On-Demand MOOC will introduce you to the definition of intellectual humility and intellectual virtues in general
Introduction to Marketing: Tools to Set Enterprises Apart (#mktg101x)
Introduction to Marketing: Tools to Set Enterprises Apart. Learn practical marketing strategies and tools that enable enterprises to stand out in a competitive marketplace.
Introduction to Social Research Methods (#SOCRMx)
How does ‘society’ function? What makes ‘culture’? These are questions that can help us to understand the most pressing issues today – but how do we answer them? This course will explore the methods used by researchers in social science.
Introduction to Philosophy
This On-Demand MOOC will introduce you to some of the main areas of research in contemporary philosophy.
Learning for sustainability ( #lfsmooc)
In this course you will refine your own understanding of 'sustainability' in light of the range of definitions, contexts and educational approaches that we will discuss.
Philosophy and the Sciences (#philsci)
Learn about the historical and philosophical foundations of contemporary science.
Philosophy, Science and Religion (#philsci)
This course will serve as the first of three related courses in our Philosophy, Science and Religion Online series.
Photography: A Victorian Sensation (#vicphotomooc)
Explore the Victorian craze for photography and examine its history, from the earliest images in 1839.
Research Data Management and Sharing
Research Data Management and Sharing. This course will provide learners with an introduction to research data management and sharing.
Scotland and Wales Vote 2016: Understanding the Devolved Elections (#swvote)
Scotland and Wales Vote 2016: Understanding the Devolved Elections
Towards Brexit? The UK's EU Referendum (#edineuref)
Understand the UK's EU Referendum, and the pros and cons of Brexit, with The University of Edinburgh.
Towards Scottish Independence? Understanding the Referendum (#edindyref)
Understand the Scottish independence poll, and the pros and cons of a ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ vote, with The University of Edinburgh.
Understanding the UK's 2015 General Election (#ge15ed)
Learn about the UK's 2015 general election: how does the system work, what is at stake, and how will it affect you?