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E.g., Friday, September 19, 2014
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Give your next presentation visuals that can match the power of your words. This course is intended for people who have never before worked with PowerPoint. You will learn the very basic functions of one of the most popular presentation programs in business.

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Winter 2015

In this course we will introduce you to some of the accounting and financial management techniques that any entrepreneur inside - or outside - an organization needs to successfully launch a new idea.

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Apr 8th 2015

This course explores the basis of electronic sensing of our world and how we then use these measures to change it.

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Spring 2015

The year is 2032. You are the doctor on a ship of 5000, when suddenly you encounter a hostile forces Now, the sickbay is overflowing with the injured and dying. Your mission is to repair, reconstruct and regenerate your wounded shipmates before time runs out.

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Jan 26th 2015

Participants will learn how to move efficiently from patient signs and symptoms to a rational and prioritized set of diagnostic possibilities and will learn how to study and read to facilitate this process.

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Jan 26th 2015

The goal of the Digital Literacy 2 course is to provide practicing and pre-service educators, as well as others, with the tools and knowledge necessary to enhance and enrich the educational experiences of students through digital technologies.

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Jan 26th 2015

This short programme of study will open up the world of Minecraft for use in education. It is a course for teachers who are wishing to gamify their learning experiences and deliver a unique pedagogy that will engage, enthuse, and keep learners coming back for more.

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Jan 26th 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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Jan 12th 2015

This course aims to give a foundation in the classical theories of aerodynamics of ideal fluids, as they apply to aerospace engineering design, and it aims to provide competency in solution methods and understanding of their approximation power and sources of error.

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Jan 5th 2015

Learn about the inner workings of cryptographic primitives and protocols and how to apply this knowledge in real-world applications.

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The Statics of Everyday Objects is a course about how structures react to forces exerted on them while remaining unmoved.

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Public Health focuses on the health of entire populations, fighting disease on a massive scale.

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3rd Quarter 2014

An introduction to archetypes of politics and contemporary issues of the inter-Korean relationship.

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3rd Quarter 2014

Grasp physics from everyday experience. This course covers the basics of Newtonian mechanics, including oscillations and wave phenomena.

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If chemistry is the science of stuff, then analytical chemistry answers the question: what is it? And how much of it do you have? This course teaches how to do this with instrumental analysis!

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Dec 1st 2014

How do we read and model fictional minds? Introducing cognitive poetics: the application of cognitive science to literary reading.

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Nov 21st 2014

Jean-Jacques Rousseau wrote “Man is born free, but he is everywhere in chains.” Poet Percy Shelley believed words could be stronger than shackles, and wrote poems intended to free mankind from their chains. Some have argued that poetry can do nothing--or as W.H. Auden said, "Poetry makes nothing happen." Yet Henry David Thoreau, Karl Marx, Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King and Nelson Mandela were inspired by Shelley's words to live in the service of freedom and dignity, and they changed the world. The Unbinding Prometheus MOOC investigates both what Shelley's words have meant over time, and what his words might mean for us today.

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Nov 17th 2014

This two-part course is for primary and secondary school teachers who are preparing to tackle the new computing curriculum.

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