IsraelX

IsraelX is a national consortium of higher education institutions in Israel, led by the Council for Higher Education and the Ministry for Social Equality. IsraelX is the international arm of Campus - the Israeli National Project for Digital Learning, whose goal is to promote general, academic and professional education in Israel in order to reduce social gaps and accelerate economic growth.
Leading academic institutions such as the Technion, Tel Aviv University, Ben-Gurion University, Haifa University, Bar-Ilan University, the Holon Institute of Technology and Shenkar College have joined together for a common vision: to provide excellent academic education to all citizens of the world, promote equal opportunities for students everywhere, and provide an advanced and quality response to the dizzying changes in the global employment market.
The unique collaboration was created out of a shared commitment and the belief that the State ‎of Israel, as a start-up nation that leads worldwide innovation and entrepreneurship, has the ‎unique ability to initiate and lead digital transformation in the online education world. Israel was rated one of the most innovative countries in the world and ‎it has the highest ranking in the world of the number of scientists per capita. These and other ‎benefits create an extraordinary potential to leverage technology to create advanced learning ‎options adapted to the changes of the digital era.‎
The Digital Israel Bureau in the Ministry of Social Equality is a government initiative which aims to harness and leverage the unique and significant opportunity provided by the digital revolution and the rapid advancement of information and communication technologies, to allow Israel to experience accelerated economic prosperity and social equality; to improve the quality of life for its citizens; and to transform into a smarter, faster government and world leader in this field.
The Council for Higher Education (CHE) is a public, independent and professional statutory corporation, responsible for all issues related to higher education in Israel. The CHE, in particular, sets policy in fundamental issues, ensures the system's academic quality and accredits new institutions and degrees – all while safeguarding academic freedom. The CHE was established under law in 1958. The PBC – its Planning and Budgeting Committee – was established in a subsequent government decision from 1977.

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Model-based Systems Engineering: Advanced Approaches with OPM (edX)

The course provides advanced knowledge and tools for Model-Based Systems Engineering with Object-Process Methodology, focusing on conceptual modeling of systems, giving learners a competitive advantage over their peers. This course is the continuation of the basic MBSE with OPM course.
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Cultivating a Caring and Benevolent Environment in Education (edX)

Apr 5th 2021
Cultivating a Caring and Benevolent Environment in Education (edX)
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This course invites you to learn in an experiential, empowering and even magical way how to promote a caring and benevolent environment in education and in other contexts. Upon its completion, you will have gained new insights and practical tools to change both your personal and professional environments. Curious? [...]
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Apr 5th 2021
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Developmental Psychology: A Journey of Growth Within Relationships (edX)

Apr 1st 2021
Developmental Psychology: A Journey of Growth Within Relationships (edX)
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To what extent are we truly aware of the decisive influence of our relationships with our parents in early childhood, upon the entire course of our adult lives? Here's an opportunity to 'open your eyes' to what every person should know. This developmental psychology course invites you to go [...]
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Early Christian Outlook and its Jewish Matrix: Narratives of Gospels and Acts (edX)

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Early Christian Outlook and its Jewish Matrix: Narratives of Gospels and Acts (edX)
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What exactly do we mean by saying that Christianity was born out of Judaism? Looking closer, you discover that various scholars disagree on the issue. This course, presented by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, offers you a Jerusalem perspective.
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Biblical Archaeology: The archaeology of ancient Israel and Judah (edX)

Join me as I share with you my passion for archaeological discovery and learn about the exciting methods of modern archaeology. Explore how archaeology illuminates biblical Israel and Judah, and the archaeological finds relate to the bible. Join me for an introductory course on biblical archaeology of ancient Israel [...]
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The Bible in Light of the Ancient Near East (edX)

Mar 8th 2021
The Bible in Light of the Ancient Near East (edX)
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This course is an introduction to the Bible, set against the background of the rich Archaeological findings from the Ancient Near East. The purpose of this course is to introduce you to the fascinating world of Israel’s neighboring civilizations in biblical times. It offers a comparative study that examines [...]
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Art and Design in the Digital Age (edX)

Explore and discover how art changes technology and how technology changes art. We tend to think of art and technology as two separate, almost opposite things. But what if we showed you that the development of technology owes its debt to artists? And that art would not be what [...]
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Health Informatics for better and safer healthcare (edX)

Learn when and how Informatics is used in different fields of healthcare, what the benefits are and the challenges that still lie ahead. Healthcare providers around the globe (e.g., doctors, nurses, physical or occupational therapists, etc.) are increasingly relying on health information technology, like electronic health records, for their [...]
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Treating people with an intellectual developmental disability (IDD) (edX)

Jul 19th 2020
Treating people with an intellectual developmental disability (IDD) (edX)
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The course enables students, parents and those treating people with an intellectual developmental disability to personally meet the person behind the definition and learn how to help him reach his full potential by harnessing his strengths and the caring support of his family to cope successfully.
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Essentials of Genomics and Biomedical Informatics (edX)

This course presents clinicians and digital health enthusiasts with an overview of the data revolution in medicine and how to exploit it for research and in the clinic. The course will not make you a bioinformatician but will introduce the main concepts, tools, algorithms, and databases in this [...]
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