Woolf Institute Online Short Courses 

Are you interested in exploring the history and current relevance of relations between Jews, Christians, and Muslims?  Do you want to investigate how these relations affect a wide range of subject areas?

The Woolf Institute Online Short Courses offer a unique opportunity to engage in the study of relations between Jews, Christians, and Muslims within an e-learning environment.

The Woolf Institute is developing three streams of online short courses: Introductory, Advanced/Specialised, and Practice-Based.  These courses are available 365 days of the year.  Designed as five-week courses, students will be able to view their chosen course for two months.  Participants will receive individual tutor support and feedback.

No specific academic qualifications are required.  Learn entirely online and in your own time.

Participants will use Moodle (a virtual learning environment) to access their chosen course.  Participants will be provided with all the necessary resources to complete the course.  All students who complete the course will receive a Woolf Institute Certificate of Completion.
Current and future course options include:

- Jewish-Christian relations in the English Novel
- Shakespeare and the Jewish-Christian Encounter: Beyond the Merchant of Venice
- Diversity in End of Life Care
- Evaluation in Faith-based and Community Organisations
- In Interfaith Dialogue Important?

Applications are accepted throughout the year.

The course fee is £95.  The fee includes online access to the course and the course materials, tutor support, and a Woolf Institute Certificate of Completion.

For further details and application form, visit www.woolf.cam.ac.uk/study/e-learning/ or e-mail Emma Harris at eth22@cam.ac.uk.

Dr Emma Harris
Academic Co-ordinator
Woolf Institute
Wesley House
Jesus Lane
Cambridge, CB5 8BJ

Sarah Sutherland, 27/02/2014