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HarvardX Announces Fall Courses

6.6.13


HarvardX has announced its fall 2013 online courses,  available through the edX platform, the University’s massive online open course (MOOC) partnership with MIT. The dozen offerings, ranging from term-length courses to short “modules,” include the following:

In addition, the first Graduate School of Education course, beginning in January 2014, will also open for registration this summer:

  • “Unlocking the Immunity to Change,” Robert Kegan, Meeham professor in adult learning and professional development, Harvard Graduate School of Education and Lisa Lahey, Lecturer on Education, Harvard Graduate School of Education

Full details are available at the edX course website.

Read the full HarvardX announcement here.

 

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