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There are more than 5200 participants in the MOOC started on January 7th (scheduled for 8th March 2019).

Italians have joined numerous in the educational offer of the online course: almost 35% of students come from Italy. Greeks follow with 22% and Portuguese with 11%. If it is true that participants from the three main partner countries of the project are the most numerous, on the other hand you can find some unexpected data. Almost 11% of participants come from non-EU countries: primarily Brazil with 2.5%, followed by Turkey, India, USA, Ukraine and the Philippines.

Most of the students work in the museum sector, at different levels and with different tasks. But also in the world of communication and marketing. There are archaeologists, journalists, art historians, architects, and of course new graduates.

The next step of the project will be the closed-ended specialization course, with an expected start by the end of March 2019.

The MOOC in one shot
Lenght: 8 settimane
Hours of study: 10 hours every week
Competences developped: 22
Language: English
Digital training material available online
Active exchange in the forum and open discussion
Costs: Free of charge

This course was developed in the framework of the European Erasmus Plus project by:Hellenic Open University, Greece; DAISSy Research Group; Melting Pro Learning (MeP), Italy; ICOM, Portugal; Link Campus University, Italy; Symbola – Foundation for Italian Qualities, Italy; University of Porto (U.PORTO), Portugal; Institute of Vocational Training AKMI (AKMI), Greece; Istituto Beni Artistici Culturali e Naturali (IBC), Italy; ICOM, Greece; Culture Action Europe (CAE), Belgium; Mapa das Ideias (MAPAS), Portugal.

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