The February EMMA Newsletter is out!

The EMMA team has been working day and night in recent weeks to get the platform ready for a new offer of MOOCs for the 2016 winter-spring season. Already running since January is the highly successful MOOC Coding in your Classroom, Now! delivered in Italian which already has a community of over 5000 participants. The new Philosophy for Children MOOC shows teachers how they can use stories and sketches to introduce philosophy into their classes. Another great new MOOC is Drawing light and shadows in which you can learn how to do architectural drawings of buildings, focusing on the theory of shadows and how to represent them. The EMMA webinar series is back with interesting sessions on learning analytics, translation workflows and task-centred approaches in MOOC design. From 7-11 March EMMA will also be part of the Open Education Week with several linked events. Enjoy our newsletter this month starting with a piece on the difference between personal and personalised learning by internationally renowned commentator Stephen Downes. You can read the EMMA February Newsletter here.

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