Goodbye!

We hope that you have enjoyed your journey with us.

We would like to remind you, that whilst we will not be providing facilitation in the comments and discussions after Sunday 13th December, you still have time, if you need it, to catch up with the course activities as they will remain online.


Thank you from all of the Web Science course team


Content for this course was created by:

  • Professor Les Carr and Professor Susan Halford (Lead educators), Professor Dame Wendy Hall and Professor Sir Nigel Shadbolt.

  • Kate Dickens (ILIaD) and Manuel Leon (Web Science PhD student/ILIaD)

  • Current and former Web Science PhD students: Nada Albunni, Dr Huw Fryer, Nawar Halabi, Rafael Melgarejo, Tim O’Riordan, Priyanka Singh, Lisa Suguira, Phil Waddell and Dr Michael Yip.

You were supported by the online facilitation team:

Web Science PhD students Emma Cradock, Manuel Leon, Johanna Walker, and Nic Fair.

The course was produced by the Institute of Learning Innovation and Development (ILIaD) at the University of Southampton:

Kate Dickens (Project Lead), Manuel Leon and Lorrayne Smith with media production by Joe Brett, Mimi Lee, Kerry Small and Adam Warren and with additional video production by external consultants Trish Powell and Steve Adams.

This course would not have been possible without the support of:

University of Southampton Communications & Marketing services, The Hartley Library and Legal Services: Letitia Baldock, Frances Berkhout, Gill Bramley, Sophie Dear, Barbara Halliday, Glenn Harris, Andy Howells, and Debra Morris.

Professor Hugh Davis (Director of ILIaD), Pro Vice-Chancellor of Education Alex Neill and the rest of the University senior management team.


Last but not least, we would like to thank everyone in the FutureLearn team with a special mention for Kate Sandars from the content team.

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