Early 2015

Learn how ancient artefacts, written evidence, excavation and digital technologies are transforming understanding of this harbour.

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Jan 19th 2015

Introduces students to (i) the history of Buddhist contemplative traditions in India and Tibet (meditation, yoga, mindfulness, visualization, etc.), (ii) innovations in scientific research on understanding such contemplative practices, (iii) recent adaptations of such practices in multiple professional and personal areas, and (iv) the practices themselves through brief secular contemplative exercises.

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Es importante reconocer que la organización establece mecanismos para crear, mantener y modificar el clima y su cultura organizacional como elementos para contribuir a su gestión y al logro de los objetivos deseados.

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Este curso proporciona numerosos consejos que abarcan todos los aspectos de una presentación: la importancia de definir una propósito, de conocer y adatarse a la audiencia, como planificar una presentación, cuál puede ser la mejor estructura, qué papel juegan las historias en una presentación (incluso técnica), cuál es la mejor forma de empezar y de finalizar, el diseño visual de las diapositivas cuidando el uso de imágenes, del color del texto, sin olvidar a la persona: cómo prepararse o manejar los nervios, la importancia de ensayar y cómo hacerlo, la voz, la postura...

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La comprensión de la problemática ambiental exige un cambio en los paradigmas epistemológicos. No basta entender cómo funciona el ecosistema sin el hombre o el hombre sin el ecosistema. Es necesario comprender cómo se organizan los sistemas culturales en su actividad de transformación del ecosistema.

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El curso De nuevo la vida: transformaciones desde la Noviolencia se desarrolla en cinco módulos, cada uno de los cuales contiene lecturas, videos, audios y ejercicios de repaso:

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El curso propone la formación en el argumentario sobre la abolición universal de la pena de muerte como parte sustancial del Derecho internacional de los Derechos humanos, centrado en la protección del derecho a la vida y en la proscripción de las penas crueles e inhumanas.

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Nov 3rd 2014

Discover the traumatic effects of war on those that survive it, from the soldiers on the front lines to the civilians at home.

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Oct 27th 2014

Learn how the war moved us away from traditional views of heroism and created new kinds of heroes and heroines.

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Explore the rich history of Boston, birthplace of the American Revolution. From the Puritans to the New England Patriots, this course tells the story of one of the country’s most iconic cities and will help students understand Boston’s past and present. Taught by Dr. Robert Allen, chair of Suffolk University’s History Department, this is the first MOOC based on a city and its history.

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Oct 20th 2014

This course investigates how the white heat of innovation in World War One shaped the history of human flight.

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Oct 13th 2014

This course reassesses the legacy of the Paris Peace Conference (1919) and how it sought to create a new world order.

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Sep 29th 2014

Together with the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, Professor Jonathan Bate explores Shakespeare, his works and the world he lived in.

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Sep 29th 2014

Offers practical introduction to the methodology of corpus linguistics for researchers in social sciences and humanities

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Sep 22nd 2014

Explore the archaeology of the most heavily fortified frontier in the Roman Empire, its people and their lives.
Hadrian’s Wall stretches 73 miles coast to coast in what is now northern England. It housed one of the largest concentrations of soldiers in the Empire’s provinces, and was home to a cosmopolitan array of civilians. Explore issues of colonisation, cultural transformation, immigration, integration and imperialism through archaeological finds and reconstructions. Investigate the range and character of native people, soldiers’ families, slaves, merchants and migrants by examining evidence for their homes, dress, diet, rituals and religious beliefs.

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Sep 21st 2014

Political and legal institutions are built on foundational, philosophical ideas--ideas about freedom, equality, justice, and happiness. In this course, we will explore those ideas, taking the institutions around us not as fixed and unquestionable, but as things to evaluate and, if necessary, to change.

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Sep 15th 2014

U.S. History from 1877 examines the growth of the United States as an industrial and world power since Reconstruction.

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Sep 15th 2014

An introduction to the development of music, with an emphasis on art music of the Western hemisphere. Topics include elements of music, instruments and ensembles, form, styles and periods, including major composers and works. Synthesis is encouraged through listening to and writing about music. Concert attendance outside class is required.

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Sep 8th 2014

This is an interdisciplinary course that introduces students to the study of the Ozarks through the arts, humanities, media, and social sciences.

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