In Bugs 101: Insect-Human Interactions, you will be plunged into the diverse (and sometimes alien) world of arthropods to learn how they work, what they do, and how insects and humans interact every day. Course Outline, University of Alberta
“The university has just launched Bugs 101, a free online entomology course available to anyone anywhere in the world with an internet connection.
‘We really want learners to take away a new appreciation for the diversity and importance of insects to human society,’ said Maya Evenden, a biological sciences professor.
The first-year-level course should be accessible to anyone with an interest in learning about insects. . . . Throughout the course students will hear from Canadian experts in different insect-related fields such as forest management and insects in Indigenous cultures.” CBC
“Bugs 101 — is meant to introduce people to the importance of human-insect interactions in the context of climate change and global biodiversity. ‘Insect-human interactions are likely to become even more important with a changing planet,’ said Evenden.” global news
Hmmmm . . . maybe I will venture into academia again.