Massive Open Online Courses
The Innocence Movement
Dr. Gwen Jordan, an assistant professor of Legal Studies and staff attorney for the Illinois Innocence Project based at UIS, developed a course on the national Innocence Movement that launched February 2, 2015. Access the archived Innocence Movement open course.
One Patient – One Team: Palliative Care Approaches Across the Continuum
The Illinois Hospital Association, the Illinois Homecare & Hospice Council, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, and the University of Illinois Springfield collaborated on a MOOC on palliative care entitled, One Patient One Team – Palliative Care Approaches Across the Continuum. Access the archive of the Palliative Care MOOC, which was launched in Spring 2015.
The Emancipation Proclamation: What Came Before, How It Worked, And What Followed
Matthew Holden, Jr. and Gwen Jordan facilitated our second open course, The Emancipation Proclamation: What Came Before, How It Worked, And What Followed, during Spring 2013.
Our first open online course led by Ray Schroeder, enrolled more than 2700 students and focused on the future of online learning during Summer 2011. Access the archive of eduMOOC.