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Coursera Elearning and Digital Cultures MOOC certificate

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  • 1. coursera.orgMARCH 11, 2013 Statement of Accomplishment WITH DISTINCTIONDOLORS REIGHAS COMPLETED THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGHS ONLINE OFFERING OF E-learning and Digital Cultures This introductory undergraduate-level course examines the intersection of digital cultures and e-learning, exploring various examples of popular digital-, (or cyber-) culture alongside the visions and initiatives we are seeing unfold in our approaches to digital education.JEREMY KNOX DR SIAN BAYNEMORAY HOUSE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION, UNIVERSITY OF MORAY HOUSE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION, UNIVERSITY OFEDINBURGH EDINBURGHDR JEN ROSS DR CHRISTINE SINCLAIRMORAY HOUSE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION, UNIVERSITY OF MORAY HOUSE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION, UNIVERSITY OFEDINBURGH EDINBURGHDR HAMISH MACLEODMORAY HOUSE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION, UNIVERSITY OFEDINBURGHPLEASE NOTE: THE ONLINE OFFERING OF THIS CLASS DOES NOT REFLECT THE ENTIRE CURRICULUM OFFERED TO STUDENTS ENROLLED ATTHE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH. IT DOES NOT AFFIRM THAT THIS STUDENT WAS ENROLLED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH OR CONFERA UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH DEGREE, GRADE OR CREDIT. THE COURSE DID NOT VERIFY THE IDENTITY OF THE STUDENT.