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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. 

Titre Etablissement porteur Contenu Calendrier
Hadrian's Wall: Life on the Roman Frontier Newcastle University Explore the archaeology of the most heavily fortified frontier in the Roman Empire, its people and their lives.
Hadrian’s Wall stretches over 73 miles (117 km), from coast to coast in what is now Northern England. The Wall, complemented by a sophisticated system of outposts and coastal watch stations, offers a remarkable glimpse of ancient society. In addition to housing one of the largest concentrations of Roman soldiers anywhere in the Empire’s provinces, Hadrian’s frontier system was home to an incredibly cosmopolitan array of civilians.
Début :
6 semaines
Robert Burns: Poems, Songs and Legacy University of Glasgow This free course from the Centre for Robert Burns Studies, University of Glasgow, will introduce you to the life, works and global celebrity of Robert Burns.
You’ll examine poems, songs, manuscripts, and objects used to commemorate the poet. You’ll also develop your understanding of Robert Burns’s posthumous reputation - from Burns Suppers and Burns Night through to Hogmanay.
Début :
3 semaines
Shakespeare: Print and Performance King's College London, Shakespeare's Globe, British Library Why do we continue to read and perform Shakespeare’s works around the world today? How were his plays performed and printed 400 years ago, and how has our conception of Shakespeare changed over the centuries?
King’s College London has partnered with Shakespeare’s Globe and the British Library to explore how Shakespeare’s works continue to delight audiences around the world.
Début :
4 semaines
A History of Royal Food and Feasting University of Reading and Historic Royal Palaces From the Tudors to the 20th century you’ll join expert historians, curators and food scientists from the University of Reading and Historic Royal Palaces, and indulge in the changing tastes of successive generations of royalty and experience the splendour of their palaces. We’ll take an intimate look behind the scenes at some of the most incredible palaces in England; Henry VIII at Hampton Court Palace, Elizabeth I at the Tower of London, George I at Hampton Court Palace, George III at Kew Palace and Victoria at Kensington Palace. Début :
5 semaines
Empire: the Controversies of British Imperialism University of Exeter The British Empire was the largest empire ever seen. It ruled over a quarter of the world’s population and paved the way for today’s global economy. But British imperialism isn’t without controversy, and it continues to cause enormous disagreement among historians today. This free online course will help you understand why. Début :
6 semaines
Stereoscopy: An Introduction to Victorian Stereo Photography The University of Edinburgh and National Museums Scotland Following its presentation to the world at the Great Exhibition in London in 1851, the stereoscope – a device that makes images appear 3D – mesmerised Victorians. Collecting and viewing stereo photographs became a craze.
Stereoscopes were produced in different price ranges, thousands of stereo images were printed and bought each year, and one company involved in this boom, The London Stereoscopic Company, proclaimed: ‘No home without a stereoscope.’
Début :
2 semaines
Sur les autres sites ENS-DGESCO
- Géoconfluences propose une page MOOCs qui recense les formations en ligne en anglais portant sur des notions de géographie. 

- La page "MOOCs en géographie, se former autrement" rappelle le principe des MOOCs.
Mise à jour le 13 octobre 2017
Créé le 5 avril 2016
ISSN 2107-7029
DGESCO Clé des Langues