Would you like to learn some basic Dutch online – for free? Sure, face to face may be the best way to learn for many people, but online is also a good option for some.
Introduction to Dutch, which was developed by the University of Groningen Language Centre, is aimed at prospective students and staff of the University, international professionals who intend to live and work in the Netherlands and people from other countries with an interest in the Dutch language.
The course introduces participants to the basics of the Dutch language, and gives background information on the city of Groningen, the University of Groningen and the region as a whole.
This 3 week online MOOC (Massive open online course) runs on specific dates though and the next doesn’t start until August, with another in November. The estimated time commitment each week is 3 hours. You can find out more information and sign up here:
I’m actually writing my Masters thesis at the moment about elearning/online learning and found the Future Learn platform during my research for that. You can find out more about my study and research here.
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Categories: Learning Dutch