Work has submerged my world

Shipwrecks and Submerged Worlds poster

I’ve not been posting much this summer. I’ve been so busy with my day job (which currently feels like a day and night job). I really love what I do as I get to work with some amazing people. (If it weren’t so interesting, I could really start to resent it.) Anyway, it’s now just one week until my latest project goes live. I’ve been working with a brilliant team of people from the University of Southampton’s Centre for Maritime Archaeology. We’ve created a MOOC (Massive Online Open Course) called Shipwrecks and Submerged Worlds.

The course will start on October 6th, but it’s possible to sign up now and the accompanying blog is also available.

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      • Thank you, Sandra 🙂 I’ve been involved in a variety of aspects, but mainly learning design, editing and tech. I seem to be in an underwater phase at the moment – the last MOOC I supported was on ‘Exploring our Oceans’ (so, mainly oceanography) – but this one is much more familiar territory as I’m happiest with humanities! The second week of the course covers seafaring from 800000BP to 1900AD – I find the more recent parts most fascinating. There some great medieval info and I love the Age of Sail.

        We’ve got a really international team with support coming from PhD students from Canada, USA, Belgium, Austria, Lebanon and England and we’re hoping to reach an international audience 🙂

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