Congratulations on registering for the inaugural

StrokeEd MOOC
Analysis and retraining of upper limb function after stroke

We look forward to interacting with you to help achieve the StrokeEd vision which is that “physiotherapists, occupational therapists and other rehabilitation professionals have the skills, knowledge, confidence and competence to routinely deliver evidence-based rehabilitation” and that “all stroke survivors receive prompt, evidence-based rehabilitation”

You will shortly receive an email to set your password and an order confirmation which also serves as a tax invoice or receipt of payment if needed.
You will need to set this password or you may not be able to login to the course in June.

After setting your password, you will be logged out and will need to log in again with your new password.

The MOOC will run from:
Monday 3rd to Friday 28th of June 2024

What happens next?
During the month of May we will send you some emails with pre-reading and a link to the UL MOOC Facebook group.

How will the MOOC run?
Each week you will receive an email summarising the tasks for that week. Generally the tasks will involve 3-4 hours of independent online learning and an interactive component that we will run through a StrokeEd Facebook group.

Facebook interaction
You will be able to sign up to this Facebook group before the MOOC begins. If you do not use Facebook you will miss the interactive components of the MOOC but you are still able to complete the online learning content.

Communication from StrokeEd will be via email and through the Facebook group

Live interaction
We will have two live Q and A sessions on Wed 12th June (Week 2) and Wed 26th June (Week 4) at 6pm SYDNEY time.
We will send information about how to access these sessions in Week 1.

Translation into languages other than English
We have included a translation service that allows translation of the text-based online learning content into languages other than English using Google Translate. You can find the language selector in the top-left corner of the StrokeEd website.

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