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Les formations en ligne (FLOTs ou MOOCs)

Cette page vous propose une sélection des formations en ligne en lien avec la sphère anglophone.
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England in the Time of King Richard III University of Leicester The discovery of the skeleton of Richard III in a Leicester car park - and the recent revelations of an infidelity within his family’s bloodline - have made headline news around the world. Go beyond the headlines with this online course. You’ll learn from scholars at the University of Leicester not only about the discovery of Richard III, but about England during his life time. Each week you’ll examine a different aspect of the 15th century period, including medieval warfare, food and culture, death and commemoration and more. Now’s your chance to travel back in time. Début : 17/09/2018
6 semaines
Irish Lives in War and Revolution: Exploring Ireland's History 1912-1923 Trinity College Dublin How do people experience war and revolution? How does political change, violence, total war, affect life in its most basic ways? Looking at Ireland through war and revolution, this course considers these and other questions about Irish life between 1912 and 1923. The course looks beyond the familiar names and the famous faces. It explores how the events that shaped the nature of modern Ireland - the Great War, the Easter Rising, the Irish war of independence and civil war - were experienced by the people who lived through them or in spite of them. Début : 17/09/2018
6 semaines
Introduction to the UK Parliament: People, Processes and Public Participation Houses of Parliament This free online course will introduce you to the work and role of the UK Parliament. From setting the age at which we start school to deciding pension policy, the UK Parliament makes laws that impact our lives, our work and our wider society. Début : 17/09/2018
3 semaines
Migration and Cities European Univerity Institute Migration has always played a fundamental role in urban development. Without some form of inward migration – be it international or internal – cities would not develop or grow. On this course you will explore the relationship between migration and cities both across history and in the world today. For example, you’ll learn about the influence of migration on the rise of modern, industrial cities in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. You will also look at a range of contemporary issues at the urban scale, such as employment, settlement, public space and local policy. Début : 17/09/2018
3 semaines
Empire: the Controversies of British Imperialism University of Exeter Over six weeks, we’ll explore the British Empire through six themes - money, violence, race, religion, gender and sex, and propaganda. You’ll get to hear the stories of the fascinating individuals who contributed to both its rise and fall. Along the way, you’ll be able to debate the questions these themes raise with learners from around the world, and draw your own conclusions. Début : 17/09/2018
6 semaines