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Q&A about new brain fitness eCourse

We have received several good questions about the new eCourse How to Be Your Own Brain Fitness Coach, so here are some answers.

Q: How many hours may it take me to complete the course?

A: Around 10-12 hours total. The four lectures, combined, last 8 hours, and we recommend at least 2-4 hours to go through readings, activities, discussions…

Q: Can I download the lectures?
A: No, they can only be streamed/ watched online.

Q: How can I learn more after watching the lectures?
There are multiple resources available via the eCourse platform (see image above). You can click on the Activities tab in the navigation bar and find activities to perform after watching each session. You can also read the additional resources available in the Lectures & Materials tab, and discuss your impressions and open questions with other course participants at the Discussion Forum.

Q: Will I be able to interact with the Faculty?
This is a self-paced course, but every month we will host an online Q&A session for students to ask questions to the Course Faculty. We have Q&A sessions already scheduled on October 30th and November 27th.

Q: How do I know who else is taking or has taken the course and how do I interact with them?
You can “meet” other participants and interact with them via the Participants and Discussion tabs.

Q: Do I need a PayPal account to pay for the course?
A: No. You can pay with your credit or debit card (VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Discover), or you can log in to your PayPal account if you already have one.

–> To Learn More and Register, click HERE.

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