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Writing Video Game Scenes and Dialogue (edX)

Learn the fundamentals of writing cinematics, cutscenes, and in-game dialogue. Increasingly, game designers are realizing that cutscenes, cinematics and character interactions through dialogue are not just breaks from gameplay, or ways of providing exposition. They are integral to the player’s experience of a game. Talking is action. Dialogue is [...]
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Reconciliation Through Indigenous Education (edX)

Advancing reconciliation in classrooms, organizations, and communities through the teaching and learning of Indigenous ways of knowing. This course will help you envision how Indigenous histories, perspectives, worldviews, and approaches to learning can be made part of the work we do in classrooms, organizations, communities, and our everyday experiences [...]
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Worldbuilding for Video Games (edX)

Learn the fundamentals of building video game worlds, from a writer’s perspective. A game’s setting is second in importance only to the game’s player character - and some say it’s more important. Game designers must create a compelling new world that players will want to explore and inhabit for [...]
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Excel for Everyone: Data Analysis Fundamentals (edX)

Perform advanced data wrangling, analysis and dashboard visualization to help drive strategic decision-making. Whether you need to process numbers for personal projects or for organizational purposes like sales, inventory, human resources, or IT, knowing how to make sense of data is critical.
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Implementation Strategies: Cloud Computing (edX)

Gain an in-depth understanding of cloud computing and acquire skills to successfully evaluate and implement cloud technology within an enterprise architecture context. Skip About this course There is no doubt that cloud computing is the future. Yet despite the widespread adoption of cloud computing, uncertainty remains around how to best [...]
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Writing Video Game Characters (edX)

Learn how to make effective, memorable video game characters, from protagonists and antagonists to NPCs. You might spend two hours with a character in a movie, but you can spend hundreds of hours interacting with the player character, antagonists and all the non-player characters (NPCs) in a video game. [...]
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Engineering for Your Classroom K – 3 (edX)

Self-paced, asynchronous course aimed to help educators introduce Science, Math, Engineering and Technology (STEM) concepts to K-3 students. This course is designed for educators to learn about ways to teach Engineering and STEM concepts to their students through fun, hands-on activities.
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Coding for Your Classroom K - 3 (edX)

Self-paced, asynchronous course aimed to build educators’ comfortability and confidence in digital literacy. Through hands-on learning activities and demos in a variety of web-based platforms, educators will have the resources and skills they need to introduce coding concepts to their students in the K-3 [...]
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Coding for Your Classroom 4 - 10 (edX)

Self-paced, asynchronous course aimed to build educators’ comfortability and confidence in digital literacy. Through hands-on learning activities and demos in a variety of web-based platforms, educators will have the resources and skills they need to introduce coding concepts to their students in the 4-9 [...]
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