December 14, 2018

Free Online Course on Understanding Experiments

The Open University is offering free online course on Basic Science: Understanding Experiments. This course is intended for anyone with an interest in making scientific observations through experimentation, and does not require any previous experience of studying the subject.

This hands-on course introduces you to science-based skills through simple and exciting physics, chemistry and biology experiments. This course will start on .

Course At Glance

Length: 4 weeks
Effort: 3 hours/week
Subject: Basic Science: Understanding Experiments
Institution: Open University and Future learn
Languages: English
Price: Free
Certificate Available: Yes
Session: Course starts on 

Providers’ Details

The Open University is rated one of the best in the UK for student satisfaction in the National Student Survey. The OU is one of only four UK universities to have consistently achieved more than 90% in the survey’s history. Over 70% of students are in full-time or part-time employment, and four out of five FTSE 100 companies have sponsored staff to take OU courses.

About This Course

This practical, hands-on course aims to help you start thinking like a scientist by carrying out experiments at home and making scientific observations.

You will carry out simple experiments to extract the DNA from fruit or vegetables, observe osmosis in action and bake a potato to destruction! You’ll also investigate how different liquids behave when frozen and how much water an everyday food item contains.

Why Take This Course?

This is a free online course. This MOOC will be offered with Video Transcripts in English.  Applicants can get a verified certificate.

Learning Outcomes

  • Demonstrate and carry out a basis scientific experiment
  • Investigate and test any hypothesis using experimental techniques
  • Record and analyze results from your experiments
  • Discuss and share ideas with fellow students online

Requirements

This course is intended for anyone with an interest in making scientific observations through experimentation, and does not require any previous experience of studying the subject.

 

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