Mind you, I have not completely gone off MOOC's. In fact, you'd be proud of me, as I have found another ten (10, yes, 10!) MOOCs to study with as follows (in no order):
- EDX (Harvard)
- Canvas Net
- Soundview Pro
- mooc-list.com (a searchable list of MOOC's with over 60 providers)
Now, I've not linked these, because I am still in my first weeks of classes for some of them, and I feel rather loyal to Coursera. I still find the platform at Coursera the easiest to use and easiest for accessibility with my disabilities. That's my opinion for now. Some of the courses require you to repeat the introductory work for each course to learn about the platform but leave the real class for the next week. I think they are making a mistake doing that because after trying out about five classes that way, I got very tired of not having the meat of the material in front of me to peruse. Oh well, I imagine that will change in short time.
Over time, I will be sending thoughts about each of these. Until then, here is a shot of one of our outdoor cats. Her name is Kitty Food, because she comes to that. She was born to a cat that we inherited with the house named Momma Kitty. Both she and her mother have been fixed and live a quiet life outdoors, except when the raccoons come round.