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  • One Health One Medicine

    This is a course for anyone interested in health, including medicine, veterinary medicine, public health, environmental health, health management and international health. I have prepared the course content and well as assessments to ensure your knowledge and understanding of One Health, One Medicine and its applications.;self-paced;pre-med

  • Policy and Strategy for Systemic Deployment of Learning Analytics

    The collection and analysis of data in the educational process has drawn interest from all levels of the education sector. Teachers, learners, faculty, support staff and administrators can all benefit from using data to understand what's happening in classrooms and how to improve and optimize learning.;instructor-led;education

  • General Semantics: An Approach to Effective Language Behavior

    This course provides an introduction to General Semantics—the study of how we transform our life experiences into language and thought. Students will learn how language habits and behaviors, how they think about and share experiences, are what make them uniquely human. In other words, students will discover the critical, but sometimes subtle, distinctions between what happens in their lives and how they talk about what happens. The course will include readings from a wide array of disciplines, such as communication studies, neuroscience, and cultural anthropology, in addition to visual and auditory demonstrations, music and social media, and collaborative interactions with fellow learners. These types of learning experiences allow students to not only learn about more effective language behaviors, but also practice those new behaviors in order to communicate more effectively and appropriately in interpersonal and organizational contexts.

  • Fundamentals of Energy Resources

    Keeping the lights on, gasoline in our cars, and our homes comfortable, requires energy resources. These include coal, petroleum, methane, uranium, biomass, water, wind, geothermal, and sunlight. Knowing how we measure, acquire and use these resources is critical information because human population and income aspirations are increasing, while access to the means of prosperity—energy dense and affordable resources—is at best uneven. This course provides you with the tools you need to better understand the energy resources we currently use, and empowers you with the information you need to pursue the energy resources we want to use in our future.

  • The Entrepreneurial Educator: Designing for the 21st Century

    We believe that an entrepreneurial mindset is a critical life skill in the 21st Century. This course highlights the role of entrepreneurial thinking in contemporary education. Based on core modules, it covers defining features of entrepreneurialism in education, including becoming an economic unit of one, overcoming obstacles and failing forward, rethinking risk, and building alignment with business-education connections. Thanks for joining us for an exciting introduction to edupreneurialism!

  • Technical Mathematics for Industry

    This is an accelerated Math MOOC and aligns with the Colorado Community College System Common Course Numbering System for MAT108 Technical Math. The MOOC covers material designed for career technical or general studies students who need to study particular mathematical topics. This is a self-paced course.

  • Intro to Sustainable Energy

    Here is your chance to change the course of history. In this six-week course, you will learn the basics about our energy and climate obligations. You will also prepare yourself to continue learning as these issues evolve. In addition, those who complete this course earn their spot in a Sustainable Energy Innovation course, in which you will develop profitable innovations that tackle our energy and climate obligations.

  • Sustainable Energy Innovation

    Here is your chance to change the course of history. In this eight-week experience, you will begin developing profitable social and technological innovations to tackle our energy and climate obligations. Other world-changing innovations have come from centralized programs. For example, the Manhattan Project to develop the atomic bomb was a massive effort, but only a few dozen knew the big picture. Meeting our energy and climate obligations requires a similar, but more wide-ranging, effort. We need thousands of people in thousands of places with thousands of ideas - and the courage to act on them. You are those people!

  • Introduction to the Profession of Evaluation

    This course will provide participants with an introduction to the profession of evaluation. Some of the key topics will include the various uses, purposes, and benefits of conducting evaluations, evaluation theory, evaluation design, evaluation methods, evaluation practice, and research on evaluation. In addition, participants will be introduced to core concepts in international development evaluation, program design and redesign, developmental evaluation, and career opportunities in evaluation. This course is intended to provide participants with an introduction, overview, or refresher on some of latest developments in the profession of evaluation, and to provide participants with a basic foundation for intermediate and advanced level e-learning courses in evaluation.

  • Employability Skills for Industry

    Landing a job requires a lot more than just the right degree, experience or series of technical skills. "Soft" skills, otherwise known as employability skills, may make a difference between an employee who can do the job and one who does it well. Employability skills are necessary for getting, keeping, and doing well on a job. This course introduces participants to skills needed throughout a career - from the first day on the job through advancement in a career field. This self-paced course will help identify the skills a participant has and the skills they may need to improve to STAY hired and succeed in industry jobs. The topics this course will address include: • Workplace Courtesy • Time Management and Deadlines • Communication and Cooperation • Teamwork • Leadership and Management • Critical thinking

  • Prior Learning Assessment for Educators and Industry

    rior Learning Assessment (PLA) credit, aka credit for prior learning (CPL), is earned through the assessment of learning acquired from life and work experiences. This is typically experienced-based learning attained outside of accredited postsecondary institutions and can include military and industry training and community and volunteer work, among other things. PLA is not awarded for EXPERIENCE but for college-level LEARNING gauged by an assessment of the knowledge, skills and competencies resulting from their prior learning experience.

  • Thinking Outside The Box: Creative Entrepreneurship

    Learners will develop basic abilities to ideate and design innovative entrepreneurial projects through creative thinking.;instructor-led;business

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