Congratulations! You are in the last stretch of the "International Women's Health and Human Rights" online class.
1. If you want a Statement of Accomplishment from Stanford University, please remember that you must complete thought questions, quizzes, field assignments, and attend three group meetings (in person or online). Review the course requirements here and please submit your course materials by March 26, 2016 California time. This may be March 27, 2016 in your time zone. Remember, the Statement of Accomplishment is optional!
We apologize if some students were not able to access the area to respond to the "Week 8" or "Concluding" thought questions. They should be visible to everyone now. If you previously posted your response in another location, we encourage you to also post it here! (However, both your old or new entry will work for certification, so do not worry about that.)
We are excited to see so many Engage Your Community entries, both your research into women's rights organizations and your interviews with women from around the world. If possible, we suggest you include a picture of your interviewee (with permission), as your interview has made both you and your subject part of a special community!
2. Bonus Talkabout Sessions There's still an opportunity to sign up for a Talkabout Session and discuss the course content live! Discussion guides are all available on the Discussion Toolkit section of the Interact Portal, which you can download in advance.
3. Course Content
Access the Course - View the video lectures and textbook at lagunita.stanford.edu where content will be released according to the syllabus.
Respond to Classmates - Visit our SetSail Forum (www.setsail.io) to share your thoughts and comment on others' posts. E-mail email@example.com for any assistance with registration.
Thank you for your participation in this experience. We will be sending out info soon about getting involved with the IWHHR alumni community! In the meantime, good luck as you complete the course.
With warm wishes,
Anne Firth Murray
Consulting Professor, Stanford University
Founding President, The Global Fund for Women
Director of Design, International Women's Health and Human Rights (MOOC)
Founder, Skyship Design