Humanities in Class Online Courses | National Humanities Center

Humanities in Class Online Courses

The National Humanities Center collaborates with partners, scholars, and subject matter experts to provide virtual courses that allow educators to explore a relevant topic in a collegial, self-paced environment.

Thanks for your interest in the Humanities in Class Online Course series. We are currently in the process of evaluating course content and learning management systems to ensure that our courses continue to deliver the kinds of innovative materials and exceptional learning experiences for which the National Humanities Center is known. As we conduct this work during the 2024–25 academic year, we will not be hosting sessions of our past slate of offerings. To learn about other professional development and content knowledge opportunities from the Center, please have a look at our robust schedule of scholar-led webinars and in-depth educator institutes.

For information on district-specific or customized offerings for your institution, please contact Director of Education Programs Mike Williams.

Six-Week Courses

Asynchronous courses that require 5–7 hours of work per week and include access to a topic-specific instructor.

About Our Instructors

Each course is developed with an established scholar in the field, who helps develop activities and provides resources for group discussions and individual research. Our goal is to facilitate a learning experience that will result in classroom-ready instructional materials. Our instructor pool is comprised of experienced, talented educators and scholars in humanities education.

For more information, contact NHC Education Programs.