MOOC 2018

09 February 2018

Following on from the success of our last massive open online course in 2016 exploring the very first Quakers and the dramatic events of 1652 we are happy to announce that we will be running this again starting on the 30th of April. Each week, there are a number of films to watch, optional discussions to take part in, readings and podcasts to reflect on. It is designed for those with no knowledge of Quakerism although many Quakers have enjoyed it too. Participants do as much or as little as they want and there are no set times within the three weeks – just join in when you want.

Please do think about signing up and please do spread the word. It would be lovely to have another 3000 global learners take part in an online Woodbrooke course.

click here to join the MOOC 2018!

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