Tag Archives: MOOC
This is a resource from the mooc I am currently doing. It is amazing.
Photography mooc week two is nearly finished. Today I have been in the world of focal lengths, apertures, shutter speed, raw data and depth of field. To be honest I am seriously thinking of going back to point and click. … Continue reading
Our forensic science mooc has now finished. It was very thorough as well as being fascinating. I am now officially a fan of this method of study. Of course the quality of the course depends on the provider, but the … Continue reading
The Strathclyde University’s Forensic mooc has been getting progressively more detailed and correspondingly more difficult. This week we were deep into the different categories of drugs and the ways they are treated by different countries and the United Nations. We … Continue reading
This week we are studying DNA via various body fluids with special attention to Blood Pattern Analysis. I thought fingerprint analysis was difficult enough; let’s just say that DNA background and analysis may be fascinating but it ain’t half hard! … Continue reading
Over 23,000 students have enrolled so far. Not able to give it due attention today. At least it is only fictional.
According to folklore – There’s been a murder! – is a stylised line from the famous Taggart series, though the makers of the programmes assure us it is not so. Anyway, Strathclyde University have launched a 6-week MOOC on an … Continue reading