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  • Assets Based Working with Communities
    0LEVEL
    Education 

    Assets Based Working with Communities

    This course consists of five Assets Based Collaborative Open Educational Resources (COERs) that have been developed through a research and design process to share innovative practice and further develop assets based approaches for interprofessional working across international community contexts. The course will provide you with the opportunity to further explore these community assets based interprofessional working resources and how they can be applied to your own working contexts. 

  • 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.

  • Australian Citizenship Test
    0LEVEL
    Society/sociology 

    Australian Citizenship Test

    Information and practice tests to prepare you for the Australian citizenship test

  • Defnyddio gwaith gwirfoddol i gamu ymlaen yn y farchnad swyddi
    0LEVEL
    Business and money/finance 

    Defnyddio gwaith gwirfoddol i gamu ymlaen yn y farchnad swyddi

    Mae'r cwrs hwn yn ystyried sut y gall ymgymryd â gwaith gwirfoddol wella eich cyfleoedd cyflogaeth.

  • #defyhatenow Identify & Report Hate Speech Online
    1LEVEL
    Communications and media 

    #defyhatenow Identify & Report Hate Speech Online

    #defyhatenow Identify & Report Hate Speech OnlineThe #defyhatenow Social Media Hate Speech Mitigation course on How to Identify & Report Hate Speech Online is aimed at people who want to have a positive impact on their communities through developing social media skills to become a positive influencer. The #defyhatenow course series supports those working as individuals or in collaboration with youth, civil society, peace-builder and media organizations, international agencies, churches and schools. The course offers practical hands-on information to understand, identify, counter and report hate speech and dangerous speech online.The Field Guide focuses on the following areas to build awareness & skills through the responsible use of social media: Identify & Report Hate Speech Online (Current Course)Social Media Fact Checking StrategiesResponsible Use of Social Media and Positive CampaignsHow to Counter Dangerous SpeechGender Equality: Safety of Women & Girls and mitigation of gender-based violence

  • #defyhatenow Social Media Fact Checking Strategies
    1LEVEL
    Communications and media 

    #defyhatenow Social Media Fact Checking Strategies

    #defyhatenow Social Media Hate Speech Mitigation Field Guide offers resources and strategies for peacebuilding to education, civil society, NGO and community organisations raising awareness of dangerous speech online and mitigating incitement to violence. The Field Guide uses self-paced learning with grassroots tools that can be used by anyone wishing to mitigate and combat hate speech and the incitement to violence, online and offline. The Social Media Fact Checking Strategies course enables learners to build awareness & skills through the responsible use of social media. Gain understanding of the differences between fake news, rumour, misinformation and propaganda, along with tools to verify images and stories, how to report false stories and misinformation, and further resources.#defyhatenow Social Media Mitigation Field Guide is a long term product of the #defyhatenow initiative for combating hate speech. The guide contains an overview of selected grassroots projects, initiatives and strategies designed for use in the field with training materials, workshops resources and toolkits for raising awareness, developing counter narratives and mitigating violence related to online hate speech.Course Activities Required for Successful CompletionRead through the articles, guidelines and definitionsWatch all video content Contribute to the online discussion with fellow studentsRead closely and in detail all the lesson informationFinish and submit all exercises, quizzes and testsTo complete the course successfully, plan to spend around 2 hours on each lessonPrerequisite Knowledge & SkillsComputer LiteracyBasic knowledge of Social MediaCommunity engagement, leadership and capacity to moderate discussions#defyhatenowdefyhatenowhttps://www.facebook.com/defyhatenow/https://twitter.com/defyhatenow

  • Democratisation in Eastern Europe
    1LEVEL
    Society/sociology 

    Democratisation in Eastern Europe

    This is an undergraduate level 2 course from the Faculty of Social Sciences presented between 1992 and 2001. The materials accessible here were recorded in 1999.

  • Dyslexia: Identification and Support
    1LEVEL
    Education 

    Dyslexia: Identification and Support

    ‘Dyslexia: Identification and Support’ is designed for Support for Learning Teachers/pupil support teachers and local authority education officers to deepen their knowledge and understanding of the identification process and appropriate supports for dyslexia. This course provides opportunities for practitioners to engage in reflective practice and develop their confidence when identifying and supporting dyslexia.

  • Gender equality in STEM
    1LEVEL
    Education 

    Gender equality in STEM

    Gender Equality in STEM is designed for teachers of late primary and early secondary pupils. There is no requirement to have a background or role related to STEM. The course aims to reduce barriers for participation in STEM subjects by female students through challenging gender stereotyping and building STEM capital in the classroom, using an inquiry-based approach. This free online course is designed not only to deliver information but to contribute towards transformational change in schools.

  • Global trends in death and dying
    2LEVEL
    Society/sociology 

    Global trends in death and dying

    What is death like around the world? How do we know what the causes and circumstances of death are globally? Are these changing, and if so, why? We will try to find the answers to these questions in this short module.

  • 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.

  • Involving Volunteers
    1LEVEL
    Society/sociology 

    Involving Volunteers

    This course is about the essential things which need to be considered to ensure a positive experience of volunteering. It asks you to consider those essentials, explore them in your own context and develop an approach to enabling them that is proportionate to that context. The course is structured around the volunteer’s perspective, from thinking about volunteering, through getting started and making a difference, to building on a successful experience. In each of the four sections overlapping phases of the volunteer journey we ask you to consider the issues raised, explore then reflect on them in your context, and develop an appropriate plan.

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