The educational platform Coursera provides access to selected online courses from universities around the world from a wide range of disciplines from natural science through humanities and health to nutrition.
CU students and staff, with which they can complete an unlimited number of Guided Projects. These are interactive projects that allow you to acquire practical work – oriented skills within two hours. The side interface allows to follow visual instruction on the side of the screen and apply them on the other.
Next to an unlimited number of Guided Projects, Charles University students and employees have the opportunity to complete two courses ending with a certificate on the Coursera platform free of charge (until 31st March 2023) thanks to CU being a part of the Alliance 4EU+ membership.
EuropeanCitizenship – Development, Scope, and Challenges
Apart from their national citizenship, all citizens of the European Union have also European citizenship. What rights and opportunities does this transnational citizenship provide? What are the challenges and dilemmas for individuals, member states and EU itself? The course deals with the development, application and current challenges associated with European citizenship and its elements.
Data Literacy – What is it and Why Does it Matter?
Our values and assumptions are influenced by the data that surrounds us – the data we create, the data we collect and the data we share. Data literacy is crucial in today’s world for accessing the risks and opportunities associated with data–based technologies. The course looks at data literacy from three perspectives: data in personal live, data in society and data in creating and acquiring knowledge.
How to register for the course? Instructions for CU students and staff:
For the enrollment in teaching groups, you are required to have an existing Coursera account registered at the university email address in the form email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you do not have such an email, you can create one with help of these instructions.
You can create a Coursera account registered at the university email here (if you do not already have it from the previous CU program).
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