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Power & Negotiation Skills For Success
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This course is based on curated content from Stanford GSB. It is a collection of publicly available wisdom aroung negotiation skills.

Stanford GSB professor Margaret Neale and others challenge longstanding conventional wisdom on negotiating. They say that when people cease to see negotiation as a fight, they open themselves up to more creative solutions and are more able see more situations as opportunities to negotiate.

“Negotiation is about finding a solution to your counterpart’s problem that makes you better off than you would have been had you not negotiated.” – Margaret Neale

 

 

 

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Learn Chemistry With Exploratory Interactive Simulations
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A self-directed Chemistry course that uses PHET interactive simulations for learners to explore and understand concepts by experimentation and practical doing.

 

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Learn Biology With Exploratory Interactive Simulations
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A self-directed Biology course that uses PHET interactive simulations for learners to explore and understand concepts by experimentation and practical doing.

 

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Learn Mathematics With Exploratory Interactive Simulations
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A self-directed Mathematics course that uses PHET interactive simulations for learners to explore and understand concepts by experimentation and practical doing.

 

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Learn Physics With Exploratory Interactive Simulations
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A self-directed Physics course that uses PHET interactive simulations for learners to explore and understand concepts by experimentation and practical doing.

 

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Understanding Artificial Intelligence
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About the Course

Artificial intelligence is everywhere and it’s already making a huge impact on our lives. It’s autocompleting texts on our cellphones, telling us which videos to watch on YouTube, beating us at video games, recognizing us in photos, ordering products in stores, driving cars, scheduling appointments, you get the idea. Today we’re going to explain what AI can (and can’t) do right now and explain how we got to where we are today.

Crash Course is on Patreon! You can support us directly by signing up at http://www.patreon.com/crashcourse Thanks to the following patrons for their generous monthly contributions that help keep Crash Course free for everyone forever:

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Introduction to SQL – Computer Science
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About the Course

In this Introduction to SQL Course by Socratica, you will learn the essential queries needed to work with a relational database:

  • How to create data (INSERT)
  • Change existing data (UPDATE), and
  • Find data (SELECT and JOINs).

You will also learn how to choose a database, install PostgreSQL, speed up queries with indexes, and more.

Patreon​: https://www.patreon.com/socratica

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Think Like A Coding Genius
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Learning objectives

Think Like a Coding Genius is a 10-episode series by TED, that will challenge viewers with programming puzzles as the main characters— a girl and her robot companion— attempt to save a world that has been plunged into turmoil.

In our digital age, coding has become a basic literacy skill which gives us a deeper understanding of the technology we use everyday. Beyond being a much sought-after skill on the job market, coding helps foster creativity, reinforces math skills and develops our problem-solving abilities.

By the end of this series, learners will have been introduced to and gained experience with the following key coding concepts:

  • Loops
  • Conditionals
  • Variables
  • Conditionals synthesis
  • Path logic
  • Nested loops
  • Permutations
  • Big O
  • Recursion
  • Maze navigation
  • Depth-first search
  • Graphs
  • Tables

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Crash Course Study Skills
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About the Course

Welcome to Crash Course Study Skills! Over the next 10 lessons, Thomas Frank is going to help you learn to be a better student. He goes over study tips, note taking, getting organized, and so much more!

 

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Become Cognitive Bias Alert
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Basic Statistics For GIS Professionals
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Welcome to Essential Statistics for GIS Data Analysts

This introductory course will help you gain a solid understanding of statistics and basic probability for Geographical Information Science (GIS) that forms a foundation for further work in spatial data analysis and data science. It is our hope you will really enjoy the course.

The aim of the course is to provide a basis for understanding the statistical methods and their use in GIS practice. Students will gain an overview of basic techniques needed for statistical analysis of data. After completing the subject, students will be able to perform routine statistical analysis.

The entire course is in a self-paced format and we estimate that it will take anywhere from 24 to 48 hours to complete depending on your current skill set. It is possible to sit for the course all at once, but we recommend allocating 4 to 8 hours per week for six weeks to complete this course. That includes videos, reading materials, homework, quizzes, and the final exam. We also encourage you to participate in the discussion forums when you have questions, comments, or concerns.

 

Course Information:

CourseBasic Statistics For GIS Professionals
Programme TypeProvider Programme
Partner InstituteTBA
Award TypeCertificate of Attendance
Award Issued ByMathsGee
Accredited ByNot Applicable
SAQA IDNot Applicable
NQF LevelNot Applicable
Course DurationSelf-Paced
Entrance Criteria
  • Basic Numeracy
  • Basic Computer Skills
  • Basic Geography

 

Motto: 
There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.
 This well-known saying is part of a phrase attributed to Benjamin Disraeli and popularized in the U.S. by Mark Twain.

Good luck!

*For any new statistical terms you don’t understand, please check in the glossary Glossary.

Video Lessons – Statistics for Geography

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