You may not find a MOOC which helps you develop the soft skills you want. Or you may have found the MOOC but it’s not open when you really want to study. Another option is to look for Open Educational Resources, commonly known as OERs.
The main difference between MOOCs and OERs is that the latter are not courses, and therefore do not usually include learning activities. So in the field of soft skills and digital soft skills, you’ll most probably be looking for resources where the content itself deals with these questions. How you then put this new knowledge into practice is a different question. You might decide to write a blog post about what you’ve learnt (skills = digital communication, reflexion), or you might decide to curate a topic (…). Whatever activity you invent around these resources, you will almost certainly be demonstrating autonomy and critical thinking, and no doubt creativity!
To help you find OERs, many countries have national portals. Here is a selection from the eLene4work partner countries:
And here are some international initiatives:
The POERUP wiki, from the Lifelong Learning Programme project on Policies for the Uptake of OERs, where you can find OER initiatives from your own country and many others.
The OER worldmap https://oerworldmap.org/