Since Coursera so kindly seems to share courses it thinks I might find useful, as a CogDogBlog Snarkity Service, I have sent them an email with a few course recommendations. They seem to know very little about other open courses, and what came before (and after) them.
Also in flickr…
This was constructed completely in Photoshop after gluing together some screen caps. The text in chrome seems to be all Helvetica. As much as possible, the screen captures were of the oldest relavant pages I could find for the sites.
- CCK08 exists no more, and the Wayback Machine relics are missing style sheets. I patched together a screen from an entry in the MOOC Guide
- DS106 of course exists, as along as I have keys to the server. I already had a screenshot of the January 2011 site in the DS106 History
- David Wiley’s Open Course wiki is gone, found it in the Wayback Machine
- Phonar is still alive I used the oldest found archive in the Way Back Machine.
- Being distributed, FemTechNet is in several places; I opted to use a screen from the DOCC in the Fall of 2013 found in the Wayback Machine
You are welcome, Coursera.
Top / Featured image credits: cc licensed (BY-NC-SA) flickr photo by otherthings: http://flickr.com/photos/cassidy/352549326
The post "Some Course Recommendations for You…" was originally zapped with 10,000 volts and declared "It's ALIVE" by Dr. Frankenstein at CogDogBlog (https://cogdogblog.com/2015/03/course-recommendations/) on March 2, 2015.