This creative writing MOOC will focus on writing about identities, communities, and social issues in fiction and nonfiction. There is no cost to enroll; registration is completely free for all participants. No writing experience is required. This MOOC welcomes writers of all communities and identities.
Power of the Pen: Identities and Social Issues in Fiction and Nonfiction
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Christopher Merrill and Venise Berry
5.0 rating, based on 2 Class Central reviews
Dizz completed this course, spending 5 hours a week on it and found the course difficulty to be medium.Interesting, very well-run course, with input and teaching by many excellent poets and playwrights. Although I couldn't put as much time into the course as I would have liked - especially in the last weeks, I learnt a lot and found the assignments nicely challenging. The routine of writing and submitting one's own work and commenting on the work of others strengthens one's own abilities and, I hope, adds extra perspective to the work of others.
Marina Veneka completed this course, spending 10 hours a week on it and found the course difficulty to be medium.The best MOOC for me was NovoEd: Power of the Pen: Identities and Social Issues in Fiction and Nonfiction by the University of IOWA.
This was certainly the best MOOC I have ever taken. It includes everything regarding Art.