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The Photography and Narrative app is a course, which offers access and participating in a free and open photography class from Coventry University.
P. Keith Leverentz provides an exposition of Paul's First Epistle to the Corinthians.
Students will learn some of the most commonly used words and phrases from the Hindu language.
A introductory courses covering some of the most commonly used words in Korean
This course reviews 1000 German vocabulary words to help students begin their study of the language.
Designed to teach students the introductory vocabulary they need to develop basic Portuguese language skills.
Students will learn commonly used words and phrases in Italian.
This course covers the most commonly used words in Hungarian.
This class teaches introductory students more vocabulary words commonly used in Hungarian.
An overview of more commonly used Korean words for beginning students.
A course on Christian leadership.
Helps students learn Spanish words essential to communication in a range of topics such as family, phone conversations, shopping, weather, and food.
This introductory overview teaches students the most commonly used words in the Greek language
Ted Koppel interviews Carl Sagan to discuss Voyager II's arrival to Saturn.
This introductory Korean course covers approximately 2000 essential vocabulary words.
An introduction to the most commonly used words in the Indonesian language.
A survey of the artistic works in the modern art and visual culture of Japan and China.
Topics of study include World War I, the Russian Revolution, World War II, and the Middle East.
This class explores the works of important 20th century writers like Joseph Conrad, Virginia Woolf, James Joyce, and more.
This course can be used as a guide to be a successful entrepreneur in a number of fields. Topics included in this course range from rules and advice to achieve success to exceeding expectations and standing out.
An online course covering the necessary skills and techniques for beginning a successful online Web business.
The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the core concepts of building music mixes.
This course is an overview of Italian vocabulary, organized by categories so students can pick and choose which are most useful to them.
Jeffrey Kloha leads this course from Concordia Seminary on the 400th anniversary of the
The course is a series of six videos that offers stretching and breathing tips. It also features explanations of each stretching position and information on core strengthening exercises.
This beginner's course is designed to help students practice and improve their knowledge of French vocabulary, grammar, reading, listening, and speaking.
This class provides a basic overview of 500 of the most common Italian verbs.
An introductory course designed to teach students the most commonly used Danish vocabulary words.
This class is intended to provide students with a basic overview of the top 87% of frequently used German words.
This course provides students with a review of some of the most common vocabulary words on the SAT.
This course provides students with a survey of the most commonly used vocabulary words in Swedish.
Provided by Duke University, this course investigates the forces leading up to the 9/11 attacks and the policies adopted by the US afterwards.
This course provides an overview of the 99 names of God as they occur in the Qur
Learn the basics to the software Dreamweaver.
Learn the basics to the software InDesign.
This course explores some of the ways people behave irrationally, and how we can overcome these problems.
This Liberty University class explores worship methods, including the application of formational, transformational, relational, missional, and reproducible worship to everyday life.
Understand the history of America through first-person narratives.
Want history from the very beginning of humankind? This course offers a survey of the entire existence of humans.
A documentary covering the personal and professional history of cosmologist Stephen Hawking.
Come to understand how the brain works in this course that focuses on how the human brain is affected and functions when healthy and diseased.
The purpose of this course is to investigate multiple factors that stimulate and inhibit natural creativity in inviduals, groups, and organizations.
This Python course teaches you how to manage your own supermarket and buy goods.
Take Yury Kolomensky's course to find a descriptive introduction to physics.
Students with little or no programming experience learn how to use Python.
Discover the global history of architecture in this writing-intensive course from MIT.
In this course, students will learn about financing a small business and is designed primarily for small firms with an interest in borrowing money.
In the past 700 years, our world has grown both more integrated and divided. Take this course to find out how.
This course shares the theory, design, and operation of commercial nuclear power reactors.
Students learn about good and bad cholesterol, disease treatments, and more in this course devoted to the relationship between cholesterol and the human body.
Students in this course will take a look at physical science perspectives and how they tie into math, deriving equations, and graphical illustrations.
Follow new directions in Chinese history and social science with this comparative perspective history course.
Students in this class will be introduced to both probability and statistics and their uses.
Primary and secondary educators explore why students of all ages have trouble understanding basic science concepts.
Find an introduction to ethics and the underpinnings of ethical thought in this Oxford course.
Brandeis University presents this course covering Shakespeare's career, with representative plays from all four genres of comedy, tragedy, history, and romance.
This course focuses on evaluating the transportation policies for the MIT campus and determining alternative options for commuters.
Learn how to make classic Italian dishes, as well as the basics of olive oil, Italian parsley, and handmade pasta, in this culinary course from the Art Institutes.
This guide was designed for veterans to help them find and participate in Federal contract opportunities.
This is a lab and workshop based course that provides a hands-on introduction to geographic information systems (GISs).
An online chapter from the World of Weather: Fundamentals of Meteorology textbook.
Saylor offers students a study of abnormal psychology, considered one of the most recognizable and intriguing subfields of study in the subject.
Enter the world of abnormal language and its theories and methods by examining how those with language impairments communicate.
Dr. Dana Baldwin discusses behavioral disorders and their symptoms.
This course provides a survey of theories and etiology of abnormal behavior, descriptions of symptoms, and therapy techniques and theories of prevention.
This class introduces students to the complex study of various psychological disorders.
Consider how today's educators can learn from indigenous ways of knowing in this University of Toronto course.
A beginner's course covering common Persian vocabulary words.
This course is a study of how the body absorbs, distributes, and stores chemicals and nutrients digested by the human body
Abstract Algebra makes it easy to study the language of modern mechanics, with group actions, vector spaces, linear algebra, and the theory of fields.
This course studies abstract algebra in basic set theory, integers, and functions, among other related aspects.
This course presents essential speaking skills needed to use the English language as medium of instruction, focusing on both academic speaking and presentation skills.
Learn strategies for succeeding in school, life, and the work place.
An introduction to strategies in reading, note-taking, critical thinking and research, and goal planning in business.
Learn strategies for prevailing in your academic IT studies, including how to prioritize your tasks and manage your time.
This course gives students an overview of the accessibility features of iOS for the iPad and iPhone and is taught by Sami Rahman.
With this course, you can make elearning resources more accessible for disabled students.
Designed for teachers, this course explores well-structured talks that build the mind.
Rollins College provides these 25 video lectures on the subject of accounting and discusses elements such as balance sheet financing, pension accounting, credit, and more.
Johnson County Community College presents the fundamentals of accounting through a series of 39 video lectures
The basics and principles of accounting are discussed in this course.
A course introducing accounting including income statements, retained earnings statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements.
Overview of principles and concepts of IT managers in logistics, manufacturing, marketing, human resources, and finance.
Saylor simplified the dense and complex subject matter of accounting into an accessible and logical course.
Learn about FRS 12 and SSAP 9.
This course teaches students how to calculate their assets and liabilities into a profit & loss statement.
Students in this class will learn how to prepare, compose, and manage a balance sheet.
This course instructs students on how prepare, organize, and manage a cash budget.
This lesson covers income statement review.
A course on implementing healthy mental habits to benefit both professional and personal life.
This course discusses the composition, makeup, and influence of acids and bases in chemistry.
This course is an introduction to acoustics and combustion driven oscillations.
Topics in this course include relevant physical oceanography, elements of marine geology, underwater sound propagation and more.
This course examines the physical process of producing, propagating, and receiving human speech.
Suitable for high school students preparing for the ACT Exam, this course provides sixty sample questions in areas of English, math, reading, and science comparable to problems found on the test itself.
This course discusses the techniques used to evaluate changes in educational practices and policies in schools. Students learn about quantitative and qualitative methods for design and analysis, institutional learning, and they examine case studies.
This series explains the physiological mechanisms behind common conditions nurses may encounter in the acute care setting.
During this course, you'll look at effective counseling strategies in dealing with the impact and consequences of acute stress on victims, first responders, families, and more.
This class studies the law of natural selection, evolution, and environmental mechanisms as they relate to adaption.
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