Take university-level courses online for free and submit assessments when you are ready to have your learning recognised for formal academic credit.
Over time, the number of courses will be expanded as well as the range of credential options.
Open Content Licensing for Educators
Learn about the concepts of open educational resources, copyright and Creative Commons open licenses to achieve more sustainable education for all.
Introduction to Asia and the Pacific
This course introduces students to the study of international relations and the social sciences with a focus on fundamental aspects of history and culture in Asia and the Pacific.
Introduction to Art Appreciation and Techniques
This course introduces you to the basics of art appreciation: definitions and roles of the artist, visual thinking, artistic elements and principles of the visual language, and how art speaks.
Resourcing a Small Enterprise
Whatever their type or size, all businesses have one thing in common: they all want to make money. In this respect at least, there are only two kinds: successful and unsuccessful. This course address how this will be achieved.
A Mathematical Journey
Students will begin with a self-assessment of their math background, then work on developing needed algebraic skills and apply these skills to a final project.
Understanding Culture in Asia and the Pacific
This course develops students' knowledge of the historical significance of Asia and the Pacific and introduces them to a variety of human ideas, values, beliefs and behaviours.
Dimensions of Openness in Education
Learn about the concepts of open educational practices (OEP), open policy, open source and open teaching to achieve more sustainable education for all.
This course gives an overview of two- and three-dimensional art, and the camera arts.
Developing a Business Plan
Learn how to construct and present a detailed and professional business plan for future success.
Regional Economics in Asia and the Pacific
In this course students will learn about the factors that have prompted growing interdependence of states in Asia and the Pacific and about the historical and current economic climate of the region.
Digital Skills for Collaborative OER Development
This is a hands-on course where you will learn and demonstrate your skills in using digital technologies for collaborative OER development culminating in a design blueprint for developing an OER learning sequence.
Art and Our World
This course looks at architecture, how artists express and interpret our world, and how art helps us interpret mortality, the spirit and fantasy.
Tourism in Asia and the Pacific
This course focusses on tourism to the Asia and Pacific. It draws on three prior courses to encourage students to demonstrate cultural literacy skills and a detailed knowledge of one particular state or region.
OER Development Project
Put your digital skills and knowledge of open educational practices to work and develop OER learning materials for the real world, with options for recognition towards formal academic credit.
Technology Diffusion and Models of Change in Education
Learn about the complexities of change with digital technologies in tertiary education from the perspective of the educator and students and apply this knowledge to local teaching contexts.
Scenario Planning for Educators
What futures are possible in education? Learn how to plan for uncertain education futures using scenario planing.
The e-Learning Maturity Model (eMM)
Learn how to assess organisational capability to sustainably develop, deploy and support e-learning so that organisations can engage in high quality processes which can be replicated, extended and sustained over time.