The University of Newcastle, Australia

The University of Newcastle is a world-class university distinguished by a commitment to equity and excellence. Ranked in Australia’s Top 10 universities, and 197th in the world (QS rankings, 2021).

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High Conflict in Law: Personality Disorders and Disputes (edX)

Nov 13th 2021
High Conflict in Law: Personality Disorders and Disputes (edX)
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Learn about the relationship between some personality disorders and high-conflict behaviour. Discover how to deal with high-conflict behaviours and manage conflicts in legal and business disputes. Have you ever been in the position where you need to manage a dispute? Have you encountered people who do not seem to [...]
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High Conflict in Law: An Introduction (edX)

Oct 13th 2021
High Conflict in Law: An Introduction (edX)
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Develop your toolkit of techniques for dealing with high-conflict behaviours. Explore how to address high-conflict scenarios in legal disputes and business settings. Are you familiar with ‘high-conflict’ behaviours? What are they, and how can you effectively work with high-conflict people? Learn about high-conflict behaviours through this introductory course co-developed [...]
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The Science of Weight Loss: Dispelling Diet Myths (edX)

Arm yourself with the knowledge and tools to make healthy eating decisions as you learn the science behind weight loss and dispel diet and nutrition myths. Whether you are trying to lose weight yourself, or are supporting others, this food and nutrition course will dispel common myths about weight [...]
Average: 1 (3 votes)

Drawing Nature, Science and Culture: Natural History Illustration 101 (edX)

Learn how to see and draw nature like an illustrator. Build observational and visual interpretation skills in an interactive and enjoyable way. Whether an aspiring scientific or medical illustrator or someone who enjoys drawing nature’s wonders, this first-of-its-kind MOOC course is for you. The field of Natural History Illustration [...]
Average: 8 (3 votes)

Casing the Joint: Introducing Histories of Crime (FutureLearn)

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Casing the Joint: Introducing Histories of Crime (FutureLearn)
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Learn about historical approaches to the study of crime and punishment, particularly in Australia. Delve beyond true crime podcasts, books and television series Crime holds a special place in Australian history, having facilitated colonisation, provided its most celebrated anti-hero in Ned Kelly and been used to sell millions of newspapers, [...]
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Indigeneity as a Global Concept (FutureLearn)

Learn about the contemporary social, cultural, economic and political situations of indigenous peoples. Explore the global economic and political situations of indigenous peoples. This fascinating three-week course will explore the contemporary social, cultural, economic and political situations of indigenous peoples all across the [...]
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Playing with Poetry: Creative Writing and Poetics (FutureLearn)

Have fun writing poetry as you explore and create various forms of poetry and experiment with different poetic ideas. Get creative with a playful and practical exploration of poetry. Poetry often has the reputation of being an abstract and complicated form of expression, guarded by the pretentious elite. On [...]
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Anthropology: Understanding Societies and Cultures (FutureLearn)

Gain an introduction to anthropology: the study of societies and cultures. Learn how the discipline has changed over time. Learn more about society, cultural issues and practices. You are invited on a journey to different places and different times. On this course, you will learn about diverse ways of [...]
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European Empires: An Introduction, 1400–1522 (FutureLearn)

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European Empires: An Introduction, 1400–1522 (FutureLearn)
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Gain insights into the major events and people that shaped Europe’s first modern colonial empires. Learn about European empires and Europe’s history of expansion. It’s the encounters that occurred beyond European borders that shaped Europe itself.
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What Is Poetry? An Introduction to Literary Analysis (FutureLearn)

Understand the basics of poetry analysis and learn key skills for studying English literature by exploring a variety of texts. Explore, understand and critique poetry. What are the different ways you can understand a poem? How do different elements of a poem work together? What difference does context make [...]
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