Collaborative learning is a situation in which two or more people learn or attempt to learn something together. 

The MOOC - Collaborative Learning is specifically targeted for teachers 👩🏻‍🏫 interested to adopt collaborative learning techniques in their classrooms.

However, students 👨🏽‍🎓could also find useful sources to manage their group and collaborative activities in educational settings. 

In this MOOC you will enhance your teamwork skills by collaborating and exchanging knowledge with peers from different disciplines.

In addition, you will collaborate with peers in a digital and international learning environment through different learning methodologies.

Your learning experience will be quite different from learning offline in your own country.

All in all, you will interact with authentic international resources in a foreign language (accessing libraries and databases in a foreign language).

Before starting the MOOC, you are required to take a quiz, that you consider as a way to pre-assess your skills. According to the score obtained, you will be suggested to start from the foundation level, intermediate level or advanced level. In each level, you will read texts, e-books or PDFs, watch videos and forums. Once all the tasks are completed, you will complete an e-assessment in order to obtain a badge that certifies your skills. You will receive your badge by email in approximately 24 hours.

This section is intended to assist participants in deciding which of the levels of the "MOOC Networked learning" to take.

In this part of the MOOC you will:

1. acquire an awareness of the transformative potential of collaboration;
2. enhance team skills;
3. experience different learning methodologies;
In this part of the MOOC, you will learn to:

1. participate actively in collaborative learning;
2. exchange knowledge with different disciplines;
3. collaborate with diverse tools in open digital contexts;
In this part of the MOOC, you will learn:

1. Interact and collaborate with peers with different disciplines, and cultures;
2. Show skills for leadership in collaborative learning groups;
3. Interact with authentic resources in foreign languages.