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teaching [2017/10/17 17:24]
Joos Buijs
teaching [2017/10/17 17:28]
Joos Buijs
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-As I'm officially working 50% of my time as research program manager at the Data Science Center Eindhoven, I officially have no time dedicated to teaching. However, I like to teach and interact, so I'm involved in one course, ​as well as student assignments.+As I'm officially working 50% of my time as research program manager at the Data Science Center Eindhoven, I officially have no time dedicated to teaching. However, I like to teach and interact, so I'm involved in one course, ​three online courses, and continuously supervise ​student assignments/projects.
  
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 Luckily we have several online courses or MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) running on the topic of process mining, and I was involved in all three of them. To help you pick which one to follow (first) I compare the three courses in the table below: Luckily we have several online courses or MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) running on the topic of process mining, and I was involved in all three of them. To help you pick which one to follow (first) I compare the three courses in the table below:
  
-^Aspect ^[[https://​www.coursera.org/​learn/​process-mining/​|Process mining: Data science in action]] ^[[https://​www.futurelearn.com/​courses/​process-mining/​| Process mining with ProM]] ^ [[https://​www.futurelearn.com/​courses/​process-mining-healthcare|Process mining in healthcare]] ^+^Aspect ^[[https://​www.coursera.org/​learn/​process-mining/​|Process mining: Data science in action]] ^[[https://​www.futurelearn.com/​courses/​process-mining/​| ​Introduction to Process mining with ProM]] ^ [[https://​www.futurelearn.com/​courses/​process-mining-healthcare|Process mining in healthcare]] ^
 | Platform | Coursera | FutureLearn | FutureLearn | | Platform | Coursera | FutureLearn | FutureLearn |
 | Free to follow? | YES | YES | YES | | Free to follow? | YES | YES | YES |
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 | Length | 6 weeks of 3-5 hours each | 4 weeks of 3 hours each | 4 weeks of 4 hours each |  | Length | 6 weeks of 3-5 hours each | 4 weeks of 3 hours each | 4 weeks of 4 hours each | 
 | Types of assessment | In-video quizzes, tests, peer assignment | Quizzes, tests, peer assignment, discussion | Quizzes, tests, discussion | | Types of assessment | In-video quizzes, tests, peer assignment | Quizzes, tests, peer assignment, discussion | Quizzes, tests, discussion |
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 +//Can I follow these courses in any order? // Yes you can! They are set up to be self-contained as well as distinct from each other. You can start from the theories to ProM to healthcare, or the other way round, or start with the tool and then understand the theories behind it and then the application. In this case there is no process, only parallelism!
  
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