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The course was developed by the international IMPACCT consortium, including University Medical Center Groningen, University of Groningen, National University of Ireland Galway, Jacobs University, Regione Marche, Eurepean Association of Institutions in Higher Education (EURASHE) and Pavol Jozef Safarik University of Kosice.

The actual course design was done by a smaller team of experts:

Jane Sixsmith – Main developer and lead educator of this course.

Andrea de Winter – Developer and lead educator of this course.

Jane and Andrea will also monitor what is going on in the course.

Margot Jager – Main developer of this course.

Janne Tullius – Developer of this course.

Gregorio Linares Jimenez – Developer of this course.

Annalena Welp – Developer of this course.

The course was co-developed with the help of online learning design specialist Tom Spits.

Now it is over to you. Please use the comment section below to introduce yourself and explain why you are following this course and what you hope to learn.

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