Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Explorations in Confucian Philosophy



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From: Explorations in Confucian Philosophy Course Team
Date: April 11, 2016 at 9:24:47 PM EDT
To: Scott Lord
Subject: Explorations in Confucian Philosophy

Dear Scott Lord,

Thank you for your interest in Explorations in Confucian Philosophy. We regret to inform you that the start date of this course has been postponed till further notice.

We are currently in the process of re-examining the course materials and making amendments to the course content to create a better learning experience for you.

We appreciate your patience and we hope to get in touch with you soon to start this exciting learning journey together.

Best,

Prof. Alan K. L. Chan

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Monday, April 11, 2016

: Sexing the Canvas: Art and Gender | 2016 Announcement



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From: "Sexing the Canvas: Art and Gender Course Team"
Date: April 10, 2016 at 9:52:07 PM EDT
Subject: Sexing the Canvas: Art and Gender | 2016 Announcement

Scott Lord,
The latest information from Sexing the Canvas: Art and Gender on Coursera.
Dear Scott Lord, 

You are receiving this email as you had previously been enrolled in the University of Melbourne's MOOC 'Sexing the Canvas: Art and Gender'  taught by Professor Jeanette Hoorn. We wish to share with you three exciting pieces of news about this course.

The Sexing the Canvas MOOC is running again in 2016 starting next week on the 18th March. This year it is being taught in Coursera's new learning platform. If you enjoyed your participation in the course previously or know of anyone who you think would like taking part in this course, please join us, or share this link to enroll in the course:
https://www.coursera.org/learn/gender-art

The Sexing the Canvas Facebook group is still active at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/527938290621696/ and you are welcome to maintain your interest in Sexing the Canvas by joining this group.

Also, we have taken all of the article links that were shared by other students in the Facebook group and curated them into a digital magazine at Scoopit: http://www.scoop.it/t/sexing-the-canvas You may find visiting this site and reading some of the related links will bring back fond memories of your time in the Sexing the Canvas MOOC, and nurture your learning in this area.

We wish you the best in your lifelong learning journey, and thank you for allowing the University of Melbourne to have the opportunity to make a contribution to the experience. We hope you have an informative and successful 2016.

Best regards,

The University of Melbourne MOOC support team.
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Friday, April 1, 2016

Welcome to The Modern Genius: Art and Culture in the 19th Century!



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From: Kadenze 
Date: April 1, 2016 at 9:37:37 PM EDT

Subject: Welcome to The Modern Genius: Art and Culture in the 19th Century!

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Hi, Scott!

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Hello,


I'm Parme Giuntini and I will be your teacher and mentor for the Modern Genius class. Whether you are just dipping your toes in art history waters or are very familiar with modern art, this course is designed to give you not only a lot of wonderful information, but also to help you think and even question your ideas about art and modernity.


One of the best ways to learn and have fun at the same time is to engage in the discussions and respond to the questions…often students find that responding to other students' ideas is a great way to learn and I encourage you to do that.


I am looking forward to seeing what you are thinking and what kinds of questions or observations you have. Learning, especially online learning, is always best when you can exchange ideas and this class and the Kadenze platform make that easy. Please take advantage of the options.


Best,

Dr. Parme Giuntini