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Asynchronous JavaScript Requests

Length: 0 hours

This course covers everything a developer needs to know to asynchronously send and receive data in their web applications. You'll dive into how asynchronous requests work by using the XHR object to create and send asynchronous requests for image and news article...

Udacity | Taught by Richard Kalehoff


Microsoft Cognitive Services: Bing News Search

$35 · Length: 0 hours

The world is constantly changing and with Bing News Search you can keep your users engaged and up to date. In this course, Microsoft Cognitive Services

Pluralsight | Taught by M, a, t and others


Making Sense of News

$50 · Length: 10 hours

This five-week course will help you identify reliable information in news reports and become better informed about the world we live in. We will discuss journalism from the viewpoint of the news audience. Together, we will examine the following topics

edX | University of Hong Kong, HKUx | Taught by Masato Kajimoto, Anne Kruger


The Story of Fake News

$29 · Length: 2 hours

Fake news is a real problem. From allegations of election fraud to Pizzagate, fake news saturates our newsfeeds-- and our national discourse. Some say it has compromised the authority of journalism, others say writing fake news stories has brought them a fistful...

edX | Davidson College, DavidsonX | Taught by Dr. Amanda R. Martinez, Dr. Mark Sample, Mark Sample and others


Cyber Threats and Attack Vectors

Part of Cybersecurity for Business

4.6★ | 38 ratings · $79 · Length: 24 hours

Data breaches occur nearly every day. From very large retailers, down to your fantasy football website, and anywhere in between, they have been compromised in some way. How did the attackers get in? What did they do with the data they compromised? What should...

Coursera | University of Colorado System | Taught by Greg Williams


Infectious diseases

Part of NCLEX-RN

Length: 2 hours

There's an intricate dance between humans, viruses, bacteria, molds, and even tiny worms! They want to survive and replicate just like humans do... and this is why they cause infections. From the flu to HIV, we’ll explore the underlying mechanisms that these...

Khan Academy



Technological, Social, and Sustainable Systems

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Understand the impact of technology on sustainability and society, using relevant historical examples and current issues in the news, and gain insight on the cultural frameworks within which ideas such as sustainability and different technologies are understood...

edX | Arizona State University | Taught by Dr. Brad Allenby


Myths, Rituals, and Cosmos

$49 · Length: 10 hours

In this class, we will first think about myths and rituals from the perspective of the comparative study of religion. We will explore the symbolism of sacred time and space, rubrics by which how various religious communities have conceptualized the cosmos. From...

edX | SNUx | Taught by Yohan Yoo


Machine Learning Engineer Nanodegree

Machine learning represents a key evolution in the fields of computer science, data analysis, software engineering, and artificial intelligence. This program will teach you how to become a machine learning engineer, and apply predictive models to massive data...

Udacity | Taught by Arpan Chakraborty, David Joyner, Luis Serrano and others


Instructional Design Course Evaluation & Capstone Project

Part of Instructional Design and Technology

$299 · Length: 72 hours

This the final capstone course in the Instructional Design and Technology MicroMasters program where we delve into evaluation of course design and develop your final capstone project. Evaluation models allow instructional designers to engage in continuous...

edX | University System of Maryland, USMx, UMUC , and others | Taught by Randy Hansen, Jessica Levene, Eli Collins-Brown


Infectious diseases

Part of Health and medicine

Length: 3 hours

There's an intricate dance between humans, viruses, bacteria, molds, and even tiny worms! They want to survive and replicate just like humans do... and this is why they cause infections. From the flu to HIV, we’ll explore the underlying mechanisms that these...

Khan Academy


Food for Thought

4.9★ | 22 ratings · $49 · Length: 40 hours

Eating well and understanding the nuances of food has become a complicated and often confusing experience. Virtually every day brings news about some “miracle food” that we should be consuming or some "poison" we should be avoiding. One day it's...

edX | McGillX | Taught by Ariel Fenster, David N. Harpp, Joe Schwarcz and others


React: Working with APIs

$29 · Length: 1 hours

While React simplifies the challenge of making API calls, figuring out how best to structure your application around an API is more difficult. There are two primary approaches

LinkedIn Learning | Taught by Emmanuel Henri


General Chemistry: Concept Development and Application

4.5★ | 70 ratings · $49 · Length: 48 hours

This course will cover the topics of a full year, two semester General Chemistry course. We will use a free on-line textbook, Concept Development Studies in Chemistry, available via Rice’s Connexions project. The fundamental concepts in the course will be...

Coursera | Rice University | Taught by John Steven Hutchinson


Knowledge-Based AI: Cognitive Systems

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This class is offered as CS7637 at Georgia Tech where it is a part of the Online Masters Degree (OMS). Taking this course here will not earn credit towards the OMS degree.This is a core course in artificial intelligence. It is designed to be a challenging course,...

Udacity | Taught by Ashok Goel, David Joyner


Algorithmic Thinking (Part 1)

Part of Fundamentals of Computing

4.4★ | 72 ratings · $79 · Length: 35 hours

Experienced Computer Scientists analyze and solve computational problems at a level of abstraction that is beyond that of any particular programming language. This two-part course builds on the principles that you learned in our Principles of Computing course and...

Coursera | Rice University | Taught by Luay Nakhleh, Scott Rixner, Joe Warren


Mandarin Chinese for Intermediate Learners: Part 3

Part of Learn Mandarin Chinese: Intermediate

4.5★ | 2 ratings · $49 · Length: 24 hours

"Mandarin Chinese 3

Coursera | Shanghai Jiao Tong University | Taught by An Na, Wang Jun, 叶军


Security Management: The Big Picture

Part of Survey of Information Security

$35 · Length: 3 hours

Data breaches and network intrusions are constantly in front page headline news. No matter how the data was lost or the network invaded, tracing the root cause of IT security problems usually leads back to ineffective management of security programs. In this...

Pluralsight | Taught by Bobby Rogers, B, o and others


Intro to Point & Click App Development

Length: 0 hours

This class teaches you how to build powerful web and mobile apps and host them in the cloud, without writing a line of code.By the end of this short course, you'll use the skills you've developed to conceptualize and create your own app. To get you there, your...

Udacity | Taught by Samantha Ready, Mario Korf, Andy Brown


iOS 10: iPhone and iPad Essential Training

$25 · Length: 0 hours

Upgrading to iOS 10? Buying your first iPhone or iPad? Get the most out of iOS 10, Apple's latest mobile operating system. Garrick Chow demos everything you need to know about iOS 10, from essential tasks to the latest updates to Siri and Maps. New...

LinkedIn Learning | Taught by Garrick Chow

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