Philosophy goes MOOC

The project was awarded with an “E-Learning-Label” in the summer term 2017 and winter term 2017/2018.

Today, philosophical analyses are no longer confined to texts. Starting in summer semester 2017, the future-oriented teaching project Philosophy Goes MOOC enables a long-term, intensive, and independent examination of philosophical content through Massive Open Online Courses. This project uses current technology to restructure the traditional philosophical lecture in the sense of the inverted classroom model by incorporating visual and audial media, and presenting it online. Thereby, Philosophy Goes MOOC complements regular courses by allowing students to experience the digital change in teaching first-hand. Learners get the opportunity to prepare the contents online, independently of their prior knowledge and in self-determined time.


Introduction I (R. Hagengruber)

Introduction II (R. Hagengruber)

Hildegard von Bingen I  (J. Lerius)

Hildegard von Bingen II  (J. Lerius)

Emilie Du Châtelet I (A. Reichenberger)

Emilie Du Châtelet I (A. Rodrigues)

Gerda Walther I (R. Parker)

Gerda Walther II (J. Mühl)

Digital Learning: The Center for the History of Women Philosophers and Scientists goes MOOC

Further information about the project Philosophy Goes MOOC.


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