Monday, August 31, 2015

Scott Lord: Community Mentor for Introduction to Philosophy




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Subject: Thank you for being a Community Mentor for Introduction to Philosophy


Dear Philosophy Mentors,

Thank you so much for serving as a Mentor in Introduction to Philosophy. You have been an integral part of the Coursera Community, and we really appreciate all of the time, energy, and effort you have put into helping your fellow learners. You've answered questions, engaged in discussions, and helped make the course a better place to learn. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you!

Now, your 3 month term as a Community Mentor has come to an end. We will remove your Mentor badge and access to the Mentor Forum and Mentor Portal. You are, of course, welcome to remain a part of the course discussions, but you will need to re-enroll as a regular learner. Please let us know if you have any questions about this transition.

Again, thank you so much for all you've done, and we look forward to seeing you around in more Coursera courses to come!

Best regards,
Evan, Amy, and Marie
The Coursera Community Team

Scott Lord


Scott Lord. Results of recent examinations

Scott Lord, you've taken the first step by starting!
Continue learning about Effective Altruism today!

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Next Up: Objectivism
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Sunday, August 30, 2015

Scott Lord



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Scott Lord, you've taken the first step by starting!
Continue learning about Modern Art & Ideas today!

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Next Up: 2.1 Places & Spaces
Next Up: 2.1 Places & Spaces
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Scott Lord

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Scott Lord


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Date: April 18, 2015 at 8:53:02 PM EDT
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Subject: Congratulations on completing Introduction to Communication Science



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Scott Lord, congratulations on completing Introduction to Communication Science!

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Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Remember from Zhuangzi - resist easy answers, and resist despair!



From: "Humanity and Nature in Chinese Thought" Course Staff
Subject: Remember from Zhuangzi - resist easy answers, and resist despair!

edX Course Update for Humanity and Nature in Chinese Thought


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Hi everyone,
Thanks for your contribution to the course and thanks for your support to our team. It's time to say goodbye.

(Click here to read Professor Hansen's farewell message)
Professor Hansen has given us a final roundup video:
1. Encouragement to further learning (0:00)
2. Thanks to participants in online debate (2:40)
3. Final thanks to all who participated: congratulations and farewell (3:56)
We would like to thank your fellow learners for participating in the online debate. The recording of the debate is available here.
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