Browsing 02. MOOC Reports by Author "GC E-Learning Department"
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ItemMOOC “Business and Human Rights” 2022 edition. Report( 2022-05) GC E-Learning DepartmentThe report on the MOOC "Business and Human Rights-2022 Edition" showcases data and analysis on demographics, courseware, impact, highlights and recommendations. Participants expressed great satisfaction with their learning experience and materials deeming them suitable to different levels of preparation and needs: serving as an “eye-opener that gives a completely new point of view or gives the basic knowledge and definitions”, but also as a complementary material that helps systemize knowledge. Significantly, even the most experienced participants appreciated the in-depth expertise offered by our guest speakers.
ItemScience and Human Rights. MOOC report( 2022-10) GC E-Learning DepartmentIn this report on the MOOC "Science and Human Rights" we briefly present an overview of our participants - their expectations, motivations and professional profiles - as well as their constructive feedback on the content of the course. The audience found our MOOC materials to be highly inspiring: ‘well organised’, 'informative’ and ‘complete’, creating ‘a learning space of so much relevance for the scientists of today and the future’. In their own words ‘the course resulted as beneficial to all, even to the general public’, being an important step in explaining the applicable potential of enhancing the human rights-based approach in different fields of work where linking science and human rights brings actual change.
ItemTransitology. Pathways to and from Democracy. MOOC report( 2023-04) GC E-Learning DepartmentIn this report on the MOOC "Transitology – Pathways to and from Democracy" we briefly present an overview of our participants - their expectations, motivations and professional background - as well as their feedback on the course. The audience expressed great satisfaction with their learning experience, finding the course ‘perfectly balanced’ and the content ‘informative’ and ‘insightful’. In participants’ opinion, the course gave them the opportunity to better understand the political dynamics around regime transitions and to apply this knowledge into their daily work practice. It also helped them become active citizens able to think critically about current political developments and democratic trends, thus bolstering their ability to promote and protect democracy in their own countries.