Friday, July 6, 2018

Scott , you’re on your way to qualifying for a Certificate on Shakespeare



Sent from the desk of Scott Lord

Begin forwarded message:

From: "FutureLearn" <please.do.not.reply@futurelearn.com>
Date: July 7, 2018 at 12:00:57 AM EDT
To: scottlordnovelist@gmail.com
Subject: Scott , you're on your way to qualifying for a Certificate on Shakespeare
Reply-To: "FutureLearn" <please.do.not.reply@futurelearn.com>

Hello Scott ,

Well done on finishing over 90% of Shakespeare. You're on your way to qualifying for a Certificate of Achievement. This is a printed and digital certificate, with a transcript that details what you learnt on the course, and demonstrates your hard work.

Upgrade and get your certificate

Why upgrade and get a certificate?

A Certificate of Achievement is an excellent way to demonstrate your commitment to continuous learning to employers. You can even add it to your LinkedIn page.

A Certificate is also a great way to mark your achievement and to get tangible proof of your dedication and learning. You will get a printed copy, a digital copy you can share online and a transcript that details what you learnt.

"I have most of my FutureLearn certification on my LinkedIn page. I am convinced that I hear from industry recruiters because of that continuing education."

- Patricia Perkins, San Francisco.

How to get your certificate

To get your certificate you'll need to upgrade your course, and ensure you've marked 90% of the steps in the course as complete and taken any tests with a score of over 70%. Upgrading costs £32 and gets you a Certificate of Achievement when you're eligible, but also access to any tests and unlimited access to the course for as long as it exists on FutureLearn.

Upgrade and get your certificate

Happy Learning,
The FutureLearn Team

p.s. Not convinced? Hear from more learners about the value of certificates.

Sunday, June 24, 2018

Shakespeare - welcome to Week 4



Sent from the desk of Scott Lord

Begin forwarded message:

From: "FutureLearn" <please.do.not.reply@futurelearn.com>
Date: June 24, 2018 at 8:17:42 PM EDT
To: scottlordnovelist@gmail.com
Subject: Shakespeare - welcome to Week 4
Reply-To: "FutureLearn" <please.do.not.reply@futurelearn.com>

Hello Scott ,

Welcome to Week 4 of Shakespeare.

Go to Week 4

We hope you enjoyed the third week of Shakespeare: Print and Performance. Welcome to the final week of the course!

If you haven't started yet, it's not too late; you can still make a start now.

We are nearing the end, and the final week promises to be an exciting one. We will be spending time at Shakespeare's Globe, thinking about early modern performance practices, and learning about the early modern actor. You'll also be exploring Shakespeare on film with Dr Aidan Elliott, who will help you analyse a popular film adaptation of Hamlet. We end the course by examining Shakespeare in performance on the stage around the world in the 21st century.

We hope you are enjoying the course!

Best wishes,

Dr Sarah Lewis, Dr Gemma Miller and Professor Gordon McMullan
London Shakespeare Centre | King's College London

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Get extra benefits, upgrade your course

You can now get extra benefits by upgrading a course, for £32 you'll get:

Unlimited access to the course
Go at your own pace with unlimited access to the course for as long as it exists on FutureLearn.

A Certificate of Achievement
To help you demonstrate your learning we'll send you a Certificate of Achievement when you become eligible. You'll also gain access to a digital certificate that you can download and print anytime.

Find out more

Sunday, June 17, 2018

Shakespeare - welcome to Week 3



Sent from the desk of Scott Lord

Begin forwarded message:

From: "FutureLearn" <please.do.not.reply@futurelearn.com>
Date: June 17, 2018 at 8:17:17 PM EDT
To: scottlordnovelist@gmail.com
Subject: Shakespeare - welcome to Week 3
Reply-To: "FutureLearn" <please.do.not.reply@futurelearn.com>

Hello Scott ,

Welcome to Week 3 of Shakespeare.

Go to Week 3

If you haven't started yet, it's not too late; you can make a start now, working at your own pace.

In this upcoming week, we will focus on Shakespeare in print today. We will talk about editors and the editing process, and find out how the way a text has been printed and / or edited can have a huge affect on the way it is performed. You'll also get to have a go at editing a small extract from a play yourself!

We hope you are enjoying the course and look forward to reading your comments in the discussions.

Best wishes,

Dr Sarah Lewis, Dr Gemma Miller and Professor Gordon McMullan
London Shakespeare Centre
King's College London

King's College London logo

Get extra benefits, upgrade your course

You can now get extra benefits by upgrading a course, for £32 you'll get:

Unlimited access to the course
Go at your own pace with unlimited access to the course for as long as it exists on FutureLearn.

A Certificate of Achievement
To help you demonstrate your learning we'll send you a Certificate of Achievement when you become eligible. You'll also gain access to a digital certificate that you can download and print anytime.

Find out more