Our Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) – “21st Century Energy Transition – How do We Make it Work?” (https://www.coursera.org/learn/21st-century-energy-transition?) has been online for over a year, and has been a great success, with more than 4100 students enrolled. It continues to garner widespread interest, top star ratings and rave reviews. We are currently working on an update for the MOOC, as the energy world moves so quickly that year-old information is sometimes old news! See below for some our student testimonials of those enjoying the opportunity. Check out the link above and join us today.
CSEE’s Outreach activities have kicked into high gear again now that the summer break is over. Our Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) – “21st Century Energy Transition – How do We Make it Work?” (https://www.coursera.org/learn/21st-century-energy-transition?) has been online for one year, and has been a great success, with more than 4100 students enrolled. It continues to garner widespread interest, top star ratings and rave reviews. We are currently working on an update for the MOOC, as the energy world moves so quickly that year-old information is sometimes old news! CSEE Outreach continues to represent the broad interests of CSEE’s
CSEE Outreach Update CSEE Outreach Director Brad Hayes is making four presentations in May based on the CSEE/University of Alberta Massive Open Online Course (MOOC). Check it out online on Coursera https://www.coursera.org/learn/21st-century-energy-transition? Tuesday May 2 – CEGA (Canadian Energy Geoscience Association) Student Industry Field Trip lecture – “21st Century Energy Transition – The Global Challenge of our Time” Friday May 5 – Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan - “21st Century Energy Transition – The Global Challenge of our Time” Thursday May 11 – GeoConvention Core Conference Keynote Address – “Energy in the 21st Century:
CSEE Outreach Update March 1st, 2023 Regular Outreach activities were a bit slower than usual through 2022, working through re-openings after COVID, and with most of our efforts dedicated to production of the Energy Transitions MOOC. However, activity is picking up as we are talking about Energy Transition in many different forums, as well as presenting on our old favourites – Unconventional Resources and Environmental Implications and Unconventionals – and new topics, particularly helium and lithium exploration. In Q4 2022 and Q1 2023, CSEE Outreach addressed: University of Alberta Petroleum Engineering SAIT MacPhail School of Energy West Central Stakeholders
21st Century Energy Transition – How do we Make it Happen? "The Canadian Society for Evolving Energy (CSEE) together with our partners at the University of Alberta are pleased to announce the release of our Massive Open Online Course “21st Century Energy Transition: How do we Make it Work?”. Affordable, abundant and reliable energy is fundamental to human well-being and prosperity. For the past 200 years, people around the world have gained access to energy, primarily in the form of fossil fuels – coal, oil, and natural gas. But today, even while half of humanity cannot access adequate
MOOC UPDATE 2021 December 10, 2021 As part of our evolving strategy, CSEE is developing the Energy Transitions MOOC in cooperation with University of Alberta, joining U of A’s tremendously successful MOOC lineup including Indigenous Canada (>380,000 enrolled). CSEE’s MOOC will be the only comprehensive online treatment of today’s Energy Transition, from history of past transitions through today’s energy sources to future engineering realities and policy requirements – a 29 lesson package. Led by CSEE Outreach Chair and University of Alberta Adjunct Professor Brad Hayes, the MOOC will feature experts on energy sources, electrical grids, energy storage, supply