Open Online Participants

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As Philosophy 12 is being conducted as an open-online course, you are able to enroll as a non-credit learner in the community. Like it sounds, being a non-credit student means that you will not receive any institutional credit for your participation in the course, but are invited to read and view along with us, post your own thoughts as posts and / or comments on the blog site, or submit assignments for any of the corresponding units. There are no minimums, and no apologies for open-online learners in Philosophy 12: do as much or as little as you like.

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8 thoughts on “Open Online Participants

  1. I have already registered at http://talonsphilosophy.wikispaces.com/ earlier, and am not sure as to whether I need to register here as well. In any case, I have just repeated the process here. Thank you.

    Posted by SoundEagle | October 20, 2012, 2:32 am


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