The Peoples Open Access Education Initiative: Peoples-uni continues to go from strength to strength. It is now open for enrollments for the first semester 2010. It is offering 12 courses, including a new one, and one offered in two additional languages. Dadamac is proud to have been associated with People's Uni from its very earliest days. Professor Dick Heller (Coordinator of the Peoples-uni) has asked us to share the following information:
This is to tell you that we are now open for enrolments for the first semester 2010. We have 12 course modules, including one new 'Public Health Nutrition'. One of the modules, 'Public Health Concepts for Policy Makers' is also offered in French and Spanish versions.
We are learning the lessons from each semester as we go, and are working closely with Manchester Metropolitan University in the UK to try and develop a partnership that will allow students to receive an academic award from them on the basis of study with Peoples-uni. We remain on the lookout for other similar linkages. We have a further number of new modules in development, and various other plans and changes.
I would also like to welcome Myrna Lachenal to the International Advisory Group - Myrna is a member of the newly formed NGO Alliance for Health Promotion (amongst many other things).
Please let any individuals or groups know about the opportunity to enrol this semester. Details can be seen on the web site at http://peoples-uni.org and lists of modules, as well as a public access demonstration module, on our newly updated courses site at http://courses.peoples-uni.org