All Courses

  • Educating Girls

    Educated girls are 50% more likely to immunize their children in the future. With an extra year of education, a girl can earn up to 20% more as an adult. A child born to a literate mother is 50% more likely to survive past the age of 5. This course focuses on the continued education of teachers as multipliers of change. This course was inspired by the film and partnership with the film, "Girl Rising (Links to an external site.)," which follows the stories and challenges of nine girls, worldwide, as they seek an education. Discussions, activities, and connections will center around four course themes: (1) access and equity (2) education in emergencies (3) public health, and (4) girls' education and empowerment.

  • Introduction to Learning Technologies

    This course will provide an introduction to how learning technologies may support student collaboration, reflection, creation, sharing and other key elements of learning and provide opportunity for you to consider how they may do so in course that you teach, and how you will for your own professional development.

  • Developing Food Bank Nutrition Policy to Procure Healthful Foods

    his course is for those interested in the links between hunger, health, nutrition and charitable food assistance. If you work in or with a food bank, the course will contribute to your knowledge and skills in advocating for, leading or participating in an effort to develop a food bank nutrition policy. If you are not a food banker, you will learn more about how charitable food assistance operates and why it’s important to improve the nutrition quality of foods available. Whatever your reason for participating in the course, you will find ideas and resources to help you support food banks or other charitable food programs in your community. ;instructor-led;professional

  • 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 Math for Industry

    We are happy to have you join us in this learning adventure. 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.

  • What Matters: Understanding Mental Health


  • Biometric Technologies: Identification for the Future (September 2015)

    Learn how biometric technologies can reduce threats to our privacy, security and personal safety in the electronic age.

  • Canvas Network Training Course (CN)

    In this course, you will have the opportunity to learn everything you need to know to get started with your own Canvas Network course. We recommend that you review the materials in Modules 0 through 6 and demonstrate your mastery by taking the end-of-module quizzes. The Bonus Module contains extra resources for more seasoned Canvas Network users.

  • Empowering Yourself as a Digital Citizen

    This course will prepare participants to be active digital citizens who evaluate information in 21st century social environments, including Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), while making individual and collaborative contributions to these spaces as self-reflective and empowered learners. Those who demonstrate mastery of each of the modules in this course will be awarded the Digital Citizen badge.

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