Subjects / fields of study: A small number of courses covering a small but focused set of fields (mainly social science, business, communication and human-technology interaction design).
Level: Introductory to intermediate level.
Presenters: Developed by mainly European universities and/or respected academics in their personal capacity. Mostly European orientated, but definitely applicable to a global audience.
Mode of study: Fully online. No need to travel to any venue to attend classes or write tests. You can study from home, work or wherever you like.
Study media: Most courses are completely video based, but many rely on reading material as well.
Scheduling of classes: Training material can be accessed or downloaded at any time. Lectures are not streamed live. Most courses are open for registration at regular intervals, usually monthly.
Total study time per week required:
Can course material be accessed for free?: Yes, but only some. The courses marked "Free" is free to access videos/learning material, but you have to pay if you want the certificate. Courses marked "Pro" are completely inaccessible if you don't pay.
Can online excercises and assessment be accessed for free?: Yes for some. See comment above.
Can I receive a certificate for free: No
Cost if I do wish to register for the paid option so that I can be assessed and receive a certificate: US$ 49 per course for most courses.
Can some individual courses be grouped to form a larger qualification, building greater knowledge of the particular topic? No. Note that we provide suggestions on how free online courses from the different online course platforms can be grouped together, or rather taken into sequance to gradually build your knowledge - see our section on learning paths.
Mobile app: This platform does not have a mobile app at present, but their website is mobile friendly.Note: The above course information are generalisations, or estimations for an "average" or "typical" course, and differ from course to course. Make certain about the details of your specific course of interest.