New NOOC — message from the Registrar


September 30th, 2014

In just a few weeks from now we will launch a new NOOC (Nottingham Only Online Course) designed especially for staff working in professional services across the University, in Malaysia, China and the UK. The course, ‘The Changing University: Inside Nottingham’, covers the ways in which the University works and how different parts of the professional services operate. During the four week course we will also explore what it means to work at a leading global university and how gaining a better understanding of professional behaviours can help with developing careers.

The course is entirely online and uses Moodle, the University’s online learning platform, and will require a time commitment of around 2-3 hours per week. The course begins with an overview of universities and an insight into how they work including the role of professional services, the regulations that govern us, how our large numbers of staff collaborate and work together and the challenges that face the University as we look forward to 2020.

One of the really important elements of the course will be the opportunity to work with, learn from and collaborate with colleagues from across all of our campuses. The first NOOC run by the University — On Sustainability — attracted hundreds of staff and students from the UK, China and Malaysia who engaged enthusiastically with its contents. You can find a brief note about the Sustainability NOOC here: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/teaching/teaching/moocnooc/index.aspx

Whilst ‘The Changing University’ is intended just for staff working in professional services and not students, we are really hoping for similar levels of participation and engagement across the campuses.

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