The Act On Climate: Steps to Individual, Community and Political Action MOOC takes a learner-centered approach to MOOC creation with U-M graduate students playing a central role in the development and implementation of the course under the guidance of Dr. Michaela Theresia Zint. Working in collaboration with Dr. Rachel Niemer and Dr. Tazin Daniels, students applied the concepts of digital education and pedagogy learned in the “Creating Innovative Digital Learning and Teaching Opportunities to Foster Climate Literacy” residential course to develop this MOOC. The goal of this course is to encourage and support social action to address and respond to climate change from the perspective of the natural and social sciences. Learners focus on climate mitigation and adaption through the dimensions of individual, community and political action following the themes of food, transportation, energy and physical space. This MOOC draws upon multi-disciplinary research and current best practices from a range of related fields including climate change education and communication, sustainability education and communication and conservation psychology. The course features interviews from U-M researchers as well as professionals and local community experts engaged in climate change at the individual, community and political levels and encourages learners to focus on climate changes respective of their individual communities and circumstances.