Dying2Learn: A place to start the conversation

The CareSearch Dying2Learn MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) was a free online course where people learnt, spoke and shared views about death and dying. The online course is now closed and you might be thinking "where to next?' Where you go is up to you but here are some ideas;

  • View some of the resources we have created using the content and results from the Dying2Learn MOOC in the past 3 years to support community engagement in death discussions. Visit the Sharing Dying2Learn page.
  • Learn more about death and dying in Australia. Visit the CareSearch Death and Dying in Australia page.
  • Find out more about communication to support you get past the barriers of talking about death and dying. Start at CareSearch Communication page.
  • Read some of the key findings of the Dying2Learn MOOC in published articles, presentations and posters produced by the course developers.
  • Continue participating in community events. We have compiled a list of resources (730kb pdf) to which may give you some starting points in following up some of the ideas and challenges that were raised in the Dying2Learn course. This is not a definitive list, just some ideas and provide links to death cafes, and to other groups, organisations and activities you might like to get involved in. Some of these activities are of a more personal level, some will involve your family, and others are more social and based in the general community.
  • View a selection of short videos and infographics about death and dying. They give you a taste of the types of issues discussed during the Dying2Learn course.


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Dying2Learn 2018 course has now closed.
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