Monthly Archives: May 2013

Thanks iProgrammer!

iProgrammer included a nice mention of the Mechanical MOOC course in their June roundup.  Thanks for thinking of us! June Computing MOOCs and Open Courses Written by Sue Gee Wednesday, 29 May 2013 00:00 For many students June is the … Continue reading

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Presentation on the first offering of the Mechanical MOOC Python course

Steve Carson of MIT OpenCourseWare recently gave a presentation on the first offering of the Mechanical MOOC “A Gentle Introduction to Python” course at the 2013 Global OpenCourseWare Consortium Conference.  Here are the slides: M mooc ocwc13_carson_050813_p2pu from Steve Carson

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Peer 2 Peer University offers a #MOOC that cost nothing to make

Python programming MOOC built completely out of free and open resources CAMBRIDGE, MA, May 28, 2013 — Universities worldwide are pouring hundreds of thousands of dollars into each MOOC they offer through platforms like Udacity, Coursera and edX, and all … Continue reading

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Thanks @audreywatters / Hack Education for mentioning the Mech MOOC

Thanks to Audrey Watters who writes the amazing Hack Education blog for mentioning the Mechanical MOOC in her weekly update: The “Mechanical MOOC” — the introduction to Python programming course offered by P2PU, MIT OpenCourseware, Codecademy, and OpenStudy — will … Continue reading

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A bad MOOC risin’

Hello Mighty MOOCsters of the past, We’re back! The original unlplatformed, untaught, mechanically motivated MOOC returns. After a break to recharge our batteries, retool the machine and sort through what we learned a couple of months ago, we are gearing … Continue reading

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