Trinity College, Hartford

Founded in Hartford, Connecticut, in 1823, Trinity College is an independent, nonsectarian liberal arts college with more than 2,200 students from 44 states and 62 countries. It is home to the eighth-oldest chapter of Phi Beta Kappa in the United States. The faculty and alumni include recipients of the Pulitzer Prize, the MacArthur award, Guggenheims, Rockefellers, and other national academic awards. Trinity students integrate meaningful academic and leadership experience at all levels on the College’s celebrated campus, in the capital city of Hartford, and in communities all over the world.
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The Conscious Mind - A Philosophical Road Trip (edX)

Sep 13th 2021
The Conscious Mind - A Philosophical Road Trip  (edX)
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Explore the worlds of sense, thought and the mind, as revealed through the philosophical discipline of phenomenology. In ordinary life we barely notice the operations of our own minds. In The Conscious Mind - A Philosophical Road Trip, we will illuminate what we take for granted in perception, action, [...]
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Mobile Computing with App Inventor - CS Principles (edX)

Mar 17th 2020
Mobile Computing with App Inventor - CS Principles (edX)
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This course introduces basic principles of computer science by designing and building mobile apps in App Inventor for Android. Learn to use the open development tool, App Inventor, to program on Android devices. You will learn how to design and build mobile apps -- apps that are aware of [...]
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Science in Art: The Chemistry of Art Materials and Conservation (edX)

Learn the chemistry behind the visual arts, and how an understanding of art’s material properties helps preserve our cultural heritage. How do artists create visual effects? In order to create an artistic impression, artists select materials that allow image formation, and that lend color, emphasis, shape, and size to [...]
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Mobile Computing with App Inventor: CS Principles Part II (edX)

Sep 27th 2017
Mobile Computing with App Inventor: CS Principles Part II (edX)
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Explore intermediate and advanced topics in computer science by building mobile apps with App Inventor for Android. We will use the free and open tool, App Inventor for Android, to explore advanced topics in computer science. You’ll build an app a week, exploring such advanced topics as gameplay [...]
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Sustainable Urban Environments (edX)

Learn how integrated systems and individual actions can shape sustainable cities, generating higher quality of life for the future. How can we strengthen sustainability? By empowering individuals and communities to transform and balance dynamic natural resources, economic prosperity, and healthy populations. In this course, you’ll explore productive and disruptive [...]
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Data Visualization for All (edX)

Tell your story with charts and maps on the web, using easy-to-learn free tools: Google Sheets, Tableau, Highcharts, Carto, Leaflet, GitHub. Tell your story and show it with data. In this data visualization course, you will learn how to design interactive charts and customized maps for your [...]
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Effective Teaching Strategies for Biology (edX)

Learn and practice effective teaching strategies for undergraduate biology that engage students and improve learning outcomes. In this education and teacher training course we will explore effective teaching methods for biology. We will emphasize approaches proven to be effective and show you how to implement them. We will also [...]
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