Yale University is launching its next generation of free online courses, with four new courses debuting in the next six weeks. The date of the first online class, the title of the course, and the faculty member teaching it are:Jan.
20 — “Moralities of Everyday Life,” with Paul Bloom, the Brooks and Suzanne Ragen Professor of Psychology and Cognitive Science;Jan.
27 — “Constitutional Law,” with Akhil Amar, Sterling Professor of Law and Political Science;Feb.


In addition, the sponsoring faculty members have elected to offer their courses through the Verified Certificate track (for a $49 fee).
Each moderator brings an academic, professional, or geographic expertise to the conversation. Kleiner will also teach her class on campus and as a MOOC simultaneously during this semester, and experiment with methods for integrating the two distinct cohorts.In “Moralities of Everyday Life,” Bloom will combine newly created lectures with other learning materials to help students understand why they hold the moral positions they do. Bloom will also conduct several live video sessions during the course that will give students the opportunity to engage in “real-time” conversations with him and his teaching staff.


Shiller will feature new combinations of his video lectures from Open Yale Courses and record new introductions to set the material in a contemporary context.To learn more about each course and enroll either in the free track or in the Verified Certificate program, visit Yale’s home on Coursera.



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