MOOCs on Climate Literary and Climate Change

MOOCs can be a great way to learn more about a subject or topic from your own home or offer/suggest as a resources or extra learning opportunity to your students, staff or patrons.  Check out these 2 offerings through Coursera:

Climate Literacy  Navigation Climate Conversations, taught by Sarah Burch and Sara Harris of the University of British Columbia, in May 2013. Its broken into 10 modules: the first half of the course dealing  mainly with climate change science and models and the second half about  climate change impacts, response options, and polices.

Climate Change by University of Melbourne faculty Jon Barnett, John Freebairn, David Jamieson, Maurizio Toscano and Rachel Webster,  in August 2103.   This course develops an interdisciplinary understanding of the social, political, economic and scientific perspectives on climate change.


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