Class starts today - Vaccinology MOOC of Pasteur Institute

17 September 2015

The free online course in vaccinlogy developped by the Pasteur Institute starts today and will finish on October 31st. You can still register!

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This MOOC is organized in 6 modules over a time period of 6 weeks. Each module consists of 5/6 video sequences of 10 minutes length on average, followed by two questions to help learners to update their understanding. For each sequence, discussions are open on the forum. The main questions addressed on the forums will be answered weekly in live by hangouts. The videos are in English subtitled in French.

The time of study is estimated around 2h30 per week.

For additional information on the MOOC, check out the website or follow them on twitter

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