MOOCs as a mechanism for behavioural change

Have you always wanted to hear my opinions on MOOCs but been unable to bring yourself to search through the MOOCs tag of this blog (or read the papers, or look at Twitter, or . . . never mind).

Well it’s good news for you! The Human Behavioural Change for Animal Welfare conference did a great job recording all the talks, including yours truly. The full set of talks can be found here, but I would highlight Melanie Connor’s talk on the Duty of Care projefct and Anna Saillet’s talk on maintaining behavioural change.

You can watch yours truly here:

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One thought on “MOOCs as a mechanism for behavioural change

  1. redhop

    From personal experience, I’d say the MOOC has had a great impact on a number of learners I know about. It’s a great public awareness tool. Hopefully the knowledge will influence behaviour!

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