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  • A practical guide to UK human rights and discrimination law
    1LEVEL
    Law 

    A practical guide to UK human rights and discrimination law

    This course has been designed to give a practical introduction to UK human rights and discrimination law.

  • Astronomy for Development
    1LEVEL
    Society/sociology 

    Astronomy for Development

    This course is designed to provide a helping hand to anyone who intends to submit an application to the OAD Call for Proposals. It provides a brief introduction to Astronomy for Development and introduces the participant to the OAD project cycle, from needs analysis to monitoring and evaluation.

  • Como construir um Estado da Arte?
    0LEVEL
    Science 

    Como construir um Estado da Arte?

    Este curso tem por objetivo apresentar dicas de como construir o seu 1° Estado da Arte.O curso tem duração de 9 horas, distribuídas em 3 módulos:1 - Introdução;2 - Atividade 13 - Atividade 2

  • Getting a buzz out of blogging
    0LEVEL
    Education 

    Getting a buzz out of blogging

    Starting with the basic principles of blogs and blogging, this Primary course looks at their use within education and how they can be used to improve teaching and learning.

  • How Global are you?
    0LEVEL
    Communications and media 

    How Global are you?

    How global are you? This MOOC enables participants to understand intercultural competence in the workplace. Participants will audit their intercultural skills and personal qualities, and plan how to develop them further.

  • Identify network hardware and protocols
    0LEVEL
    Technology/computing 

    Identify network hardware and protocols

    Introduction to the TCP/IP protocol suite, identifying the protocols used to support IP network communication, and briefly discussing their purpose.  Network hardware devices are introduced, and their relationship with TCP/IP protocols is discussed. The www transfer between web browser/server is revisited, introducing the basic concepts of network address translation (NAT) in small home networks. Internet security is further developed, with an emphasis on protecting network devices from external threats.

  • Introduction to Data networks and IP addresses
    0LEVEL
    Technology/computing 

    Introduction to Data networks and IP addresses

    An introduction to the requirement for IP addresses in order to deliver Internet services. Investigate the structure of the IPv4 address, and learn how to assign addresses to devices that are found in a home network. Follow the progress of a www transfer between a web browser and a web server, discovering why DNS helps make the WWW an easier place to visit.

  • Introduction to Dyslexia and Inclusive Practice
    0LEVEL
    Education 

    Introduction to Dyslexia and Inclusive Practice

    An introduction to Dyslexia and inclusive practice for teachers, community educators and anyone with an interest in these issues.

  • Introduction to Dyslexia and Inclusive Practice for Community Learning & Development
    0LEVEL
    Education 

    Introduction to Dyslexia and Inclusive Practice for Community Learning & Development

    An Introduction to Dyslexia and Inclusive Practice for Community Learning & Development (CLD) developed to provide an introduction for community educators and anyone within a CLD setting in Scotland to raise awareness of dyslexia and improve their inclusive practice.

  • Learning with MOOCs for professional development
    0LEVEL
    Education 

    Learning with MOOCs for professional development

    This course helps participants understand how they can use MOOCs for learning, and how they can grow professionally studying a MOOC, whether or not they are already in employment. The course requires 12 hours of study time.

  • Making Sense of Open Education
    1LEVEL
    Education 

    Making Sense of Open Education

    This course is designed as an Introductory-level course for participants to learn more about open education, open educational resources (OER), and open educational practices (OEP) in a post-secondary context. Any interested global participant is invited to join. The course is also part of a doctoral research study by the lead facilitator Jenni Hayman.The first live version of the course will run from June 1 - 15, 2018. Preliminary course content will become available on May 27 and sections of the course will be released on a daily basis from June 1. We can't wait to meet you!

  • Navigating and searching the web
    0LEVEL
    Technology/computing 

    Navigating and searching the web

    An introduction to the operation of the WWW, and how to improve your web searches to find the exact information you require.

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