Discover the world of arthropods and nematodes in active pedagogy at #MoocNectar season 3

Jan 23, 2019

Since 2017, the two sessions of Mooc Nectar have brought together more than 5,000 people from 87 countries. Once again, more than 80% of you wished to renew their experience during Season 3. Your wish has been granted!  Season 3 of the Mooc Nectar will start on Friday, February 22nd at 12pm (French time).

Remember....

Mooc Nectar focuses on the identification of arthropods and nematodes, which constitute the majority of species on the planet. Knowledge of these living organisms is essential to preserve the environment and develop strategies for biodiversity management and conservation.

... Active pedagogy, to learn according to your needs.

Approved last year, the Mooc Nectar continues on the path of active pedagogy. It is up to you to identify what you want and need to learn based on your acquired knowledge and to position yourself on the proposed content that will allow you to acquire new skills and enrich your knowledge.

This active pedagogical method will allow you to stand back and look at your practices through an alternation of theoretical contributions and a co-construction of knowledge where each participant will be able, from his field observations, to share his experience with the learner community.

After the success of seasons 1 and 2 of the #MoocNectar, Nectarine and Nectarus are back with even more enthusiasm and invite you to discover all the new features of season 3 by participating now on our Facebook page:
https://www.facebook.com/MoocNectar/

Register for free on the FUN platform (France Université Numérique):
https://www.fun-mooc.fr/courses/course-v1:supagro+120001+session03/about

This distance learning course was designed by Montpellier SupAgro, INRA, IRD and CIRAD with the financial support of Agropolis Fondation and Agreenium.

● Start of the course: 22 February 2019
● End of the course: 02 April 2019
● Course duration: 5 weeks
● Estimated effort: 4 to 5 hours per week
● Languages: French and English


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