In this class, you will learn how to think with models and use them to make sense of the complex world around us.
University of Michigan
This course will introduce you to frameworks and tools to measure value; both for corporate and personal assets. It will also help you in decision-making, again at both the corporate and personal levels.
In this course, you'll learn what every citizen should know about the security risks--and future potential — of electronic voting and Internet voting.
In this course, you will learn about the structure, accomplishments, and shortcomings of the US healthcare system, and how those have prompted attempts at reform. You will also take part in a unique, national group exercise, designed to help you understand how you can improve the US healthcare system.
We understand the world — and our selves — through stories. Then some of those hopes and fears become the world.
This course will use social network analysis, both its theory and computational tools, to make sense of the social and information networks that have been fueled and rendered accessible by the internet.
What is the Internet? How was it created? How does it work?
This course provides those involved in educating members of the health professions an asynchronous, interdisciplinary, and interactive way to obtain, expand, and improve their teaching skills. These skills can then be applied within their own professional context, with a variety of learners, extending across many stages.
In this course, you will learn how to characterize the energy state of a system and the mechanisms for transferring energy from one system to another. These are the tools necessary to understand stationary and transportation power systems from small scale, like batteries, to large scale, like nuclear power plants.
This course delivers a systematic overview of computer vision, emphasizing two key issues in modeling vision: space and meaning.