Emotions are essential to our life. Humans and animals experience them, there are also ongoing discussions about the possibility of emotions in machines. If you want to learn more about emotions, join the upcoming online course Emotions: a Philosophical Introduction.
Do you love animals? Are you interested in their psychology, behaviour and well-being? Do you want to learn more about them? The course Animal Behaviour and Welfare is returning to educate you on the topic with even more material to offer!
For those who are interested in child psychology, child behavior and perspective on things, here are some free upcoming online courses on these topics.
You might feel secure and secluded when using your computer to browse the Internet. But whatever you do online leaves traces. And these traces can be tracked by the government when certain laws apply. To learn more about those laws, take up this free online course Surveillance Law.
Life is unpredictable and chaotic, full of unexpected events which seem unexplainable and out of control. According to the Model Thinking course though, if you apply models to the way you think you’ll be able to make sense of the world around you.
The University of Edinburgh is offering a free course on Animal Behaviour and Welfare.
The course covers various aspects of animal welfare, from its history and concept, to practical information on companion animals, production animals and wild animals in captivity.