Learner Support - pages tagged 'Learner Support' bring together links and other material supporting online learning activities.
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Resources to help online learners ......
There are now a considerable number of websites offering online learner support such as forums, social networking etc that extend beyond the usual Open Courseware (OCW) format of pre-recorded lectures or notes. iBerry's first comments on some of these sites are still available and information on as many as possible is now being updated. Online Learning Events, notably Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are covered in the MOOC Resource Page.
- Class Central - list of free online courses by Stanford, MIT, Harvard, etc. offered via Coursera, Udacity, edX, Venture Lab, & others
SkilledUp, 850+ Free Courses and Resources - organized into key subject areas, including Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Literature, History, Economics, Computer Science, Engineering, Philosophy, Political Science and Psychology
This list by Jane Hart (Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies), has been compiled from the votes of over 2,000 learning professionals worldwide.
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- FQXi Forum - specialists and non-specialists alike can discuss anything concerning foundational questions in physics, cosmology, and related fields
The Physics Forum - FAQ, community, today's posts
Physics Forums - provides community for people (whether students, professional scientists, or hobbyists) to learn and discuss science; forums, videos, insights
Physics Help Forum
reddit Physics - aim to build a subreddit frequented by physicists, scientists and those with a passion for physics
ScienceForums.Net, Modern and Theoretical Physics - Atomic structure, nuclear physics, etc
A resource page devoted to MOOCs......
For basic information on MOOCs including the differences between Connectivist MOOCs (cMOOCs) and xMOOCs see 'What you can do on a MOOC' (Question and Answer)
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