The Eight MOOCs of Hanukkah

The Eight MOOCs of Hanukkah December 8, 2015

A timely MOOC was drawn to my attention – Yale University is offering one that relates to the depiction of the Jewish menorah on the Arch of Titus, and so may be worth looking into – or perhaps rebelling against – in this Hanukkah season. Or maybe just plan to take it for one day, and discover it lasts for eight…

Larry Hurtado also blogged some scholarly interaction with Anna Collar that touched on the menorah, among other things. And on the theme of MOOCs, Inside Higher Ed had an article indicating that MOOCs have become a multi-billion-dollar industry.

HT Jim Davila

And for those who are counting down the days for a different celebration…

han in hanukkah

 

 

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