Superhero Entertainments on Coursera

If you don’t know, Coursera is an site that helps advertise, host, and run online courses – generally free. Or, to quote their self-description:

Coursera provides universal access to the world’s best education, partnering with top universities and organizations to offer courses online.

https://www.coursera.org/

Time and circumstance have kept us from taking any classes yet, but something you may have noticed here is we like education. Well, Holly has found a few to take right now – and she invited me to join her for one. If you noticed the title of this post, I think you see why. Superhero Entertainments, a course taught by Professor Ian Gordon at the National University of Singapore. A university whose course offerings would not generally be on our radar…

Here’s a link to the course:

Registration closes today. So I guess this is a PSA that if you’re interested in this course, act now! I don’t know when they’re counting today, from, either – Singapore? It’ll be 8 weeks, and it’s dipping back into the past, then coming forward all the way to DC and its movies and especially TV – and “Making Movies the Marvel Way.” It says it should be 1-4 hours a week of work.

We’ll likely blog a bit on this as we go, or at least be reacting to some of what we learn! But if you have interest, join us in the class. Act now!

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2 responses to “Superhero Entertainments on Coursera

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