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HSK Levels 1-6 MOOC courses to be offered free online by Peking University via Corsera

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Angelina

Saw the video now. It would have been better if they did it in Mandarin with English subtitles. 

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iand

What does 慕课课程 at the top of the page mean? My dictionary didn't make it clear.

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Pegasus

@iand regarding post #4 "What does 慕课课程 at the top of the page mean?"  

 

Wow. That's a new word for me (in both English and in Chinese). I reckon 慕课 (mù kè) is a phonetic transcription for MOOC. And, 课程 (kèchéng) means "course" or "academic program" according to the Yellowbridge online Mandarin-English dictionary. So, combined it means "MOOC course". Incidentally, it wasn't until I read this topic and read the OP's post that I came to learn what MOOC meant. According to Wikipedia, MOOC stands for Massive Open Online Course and it is pronounced /muːk/. 

 

Very cool. I think I might sign up for this MOOC.

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Tianjin42

Yep - it's just a loan word for MOOC.

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thechamp

When they release one for 6 I'm signing up!

 

Although curious how they can do a MOOC for something like the HSK6....it's a fairly broad exam in terms of content so would probably be pretty long.

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Tianjin42

I think it's phased so we can expect the higher levels later. I'm also curious as to how they'll do it.

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AshleyBen

Is anyone taking these? I've just finished my HSK 2 test so I'll be moving onto HSK 3 soon but I've signed up to the HSK 1 and 2 courses for some revision and refresher material. I'm looking forward to the HSK 3 course starting next year, so far the lectures and material seem okay.

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fabiothebest

HSK 5 starts today

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