Halfway point in this year's run of Denial101x - 5 more months to go!

This year's self-paced run of our free online course, Making Sense of Climate Science Denial, started on February 9, 2021 and it will be available until December 14, 2021. This means that we reached the halfway point with 5 months already behind and 5 more months ahead of us!  For the current run we are closing in on 1,000 registered participants and it's not too late to join them as you'll have ample time to work through the material at your own pace. The following graphic is a quick summary of our MOOC, shared at this year's General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union (vEGU21) in a session about climate literacy:

SummarySlide Denial101x

Abstract EGU-8576 - Using an interdisciplinary MOOC to teach climate science and science communication to a global classroomfull presentation (7MB)

Here is my 2 minutes "elevator pitch" for Denial101x to accompany this one slide summary:

The full presentation with a lot more details is available here (PDF, 7MB). In addition, a poster about Denial101x has been presented at various conferences and you can glean at least a rough idea about our MOOC's content from it (click the image for a larger version or download the poster as a PDF-file, but with 26MB it's fairly large):


You can sign up for free via the edX website.

Hope to see you there!

Posted by BaerbelW on Friday, 9 July, 2021

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