This has been an amazingly interesting course that has shown me the kind of world that can exist by utilizing the power of the Internet through online education. The learnings that took place in this class were different when compared the traditional Center for Distance Learning (CDL) classes that I have taken over the past 2 1/2 years as the use of social media and ongoing communication with the class happened frequently and sharing of everyone's ideas was strongly encouraged. The only social media tool that I had used in the past was Facebook, primarily for sharing pictures of my family and contacting old and new friends. The Facebook group, CMC11, proved especially useful for communicating with everyone that was in the course as well as others that had been in the course previously or individuals that were just interested in the Multicultural Communication aspect. This course also showed how creativity happens and how to best cultivate it to produce regular results. I thought that learning about MOOCs and how people across the world can take advantage of using this resource to obtain a free education. Cognitive biases were interesting to study as people generally handle similar situations in a way that they have proven to work; however there are many different learning types and personalities that handle problems differently. I also liked learning about how creativity, innovation, and risk are tied together in the workplace and how a project team can benefit from diversity and how cultivating discussion between managers and employees is critical. I would strongly recommend this class and type of learning to anyone that is looking for a refreshing change in the way that we connect with each other with the shared goal of becoming educated and experienced.