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MOOCs and coronavirus

Apr 2020

Are MOOCs still relevant and happening during the coronavirus pandemic?

CORONAVIRUS DISTANCE LEARNING MOOCS ONLINE LEARNING
Answer

Yes. It’s a very good thing to keep your brain active, whether by learning through MOOCs, TED Talks, bitesize, or other methods. They're a great way of keeping engaged and can potentially fill in gaps in context.

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