Courses

Course image Evolution of Design
Business & Entrepreneurship

A course for students to study the importance and relevance of design within a cultural context by examining past and contemporary examples of designed artefacts.


Course image Workplace Safety
Business & Entrepreneurship

In this course students are introduced to essential health and safety principles and practices that enable them to develop the necessary skills and positive attitude for everyday safe and healthy work/life activities.

Course image What is a company?
Business & Entrepreneurship

An interactive activity that defines and explains what a company is.

Course image Some Business Terminology
Business & Entrepreneurship

An activity that helps learners show their knowledge of business terminology.

Course image Self-Assessment: Are You an Entrepreneur?
Business & Entrepreneurship

An activity that learners can gauge their entrepreneurial inclination whilst learning about the characteristics of successful business founders.

Course image Project Improvement
Business & Entrepreneurship

An interactive dialog cards on using principles of project management for improvement.

Course image Platform Strategy for Creating Shared Value
Business & Entrepreneurship

This course has been inspired by the work being done with respect to platform strategy and creating shared value.


Course image Become A Great Entrepreneur
Business & Entrepreneurship

The course is a compilation of advice from some of the world’s best entrepreneurs who have started billion-dollar companies. 


Course image Strategic Management
Business & Entrepreneurship
The course introduces the field of strategic management, with particular emphasis on identifying goals and formulating strategies and addressing implementation techniques.


adamjee, brandman
Course image Negotiations and Conflict Management
Business & Entrepreneurship
The course gives a detailed survey of business negotiation skills and strategies designed to help maintain healthy business relationships. 
adamjee, college credit, finish line, memphis, thomas edison, tecep
Course image Project Management
Business & Entrepreneurship
The course is an examination of the steps in organizing and planning the processes that a business uses to address tasks and meet deadlines, with particular attention to the role of project managers as they initiate, plan, execute, control, and terminate projects. 
brandman, thomas edison, asba
Course image Management Leadership
Business & Entrepreneurship
The course is a detailed study on effective management and leadership techniques. We analyse the distinction between leadership and management and provides an introduction to leadership theory.
 
Course image Small Business Management
Business & Entrepreneurship
The course is a detailed introduction to the planning and operation of the small business, covering critical business planning strategies for both the manager-employee as well as the budding entrepreneur. 
brandman, thomas edison, asba
Course image Strategic Information Technology
Business & Entrepreneurship
Exploration of how managers determine when new IT initiatives are necessary, and how they should deploy them, focusing on the allocation and use of technology resources across an entire firm as part of the larger organizational strategy. 
brandman, college credit, ace
Course image Operations Management
Business & Entrepreneurship
Examination of how companies manage processes to produce the products or services required by their customers. 
adamjee, brandman
Course image Human Resource Management
Business & Entrepreneurship
Survey of the practices and laws that govern how an organization should work with their human capital. brandman, memphis, finish line, human resources
Course image Corporate Communication
Business & Entrepreneurship
Investigation of effective communication skills as a prerequisite for succeeding in business, with particular attention to communication tools and activities that connect people within and beyond the organization.
Course image Organizational Behavior
Business & Entrepreneurship
Detailed study of how people interact in organizations, delving into the factors that have the greatest impact on organizational behavior. 
Course image Principles of Management
Business & Entrepreneurship
Introduction to the fundamentals of modern management as practiced today, particularly the ways in which the management practices evolved with the rise of large corporations in the late 1800s and into the twentieth century.
Course image Management Information Systems
Business & Entrepreneurship
Survey that covers the various components of business information systems, with particular emphasis on the means by which information is transmitted, the software that displays the information, and the systems that manage the data that businesses use every day.
Course image Article: Template
Communication

In this course you are invited to review and comment on a pair of articles, first of all individually, and then in comparison to each other.

Course image Communication Skills
Communication
This module is designed to put the students’ knowledge of communication skill to the test.
Course image Public Relations
Communication
This course will help prepare you to conduct public relations suitable for small start-up businesses, international companies, political campaigns, social programs, personal development, and other outreach projects. memphis, finish line
Course image Public Speaking
Communication
Examination of the elements and factors which result in an effective speech.
Course image Customer Service
Communication
This is the capstone course in the Saylor Customer Service certificate program. The courses included in this program are designed to prepare students for the professional world of customer service.
Course image Business Communications
Communication
This course is designed to help you learn how to plan, produce, and perform acts of communication that satisfy the most demanding audience: your customers.
Course image Principles Of Human Communication
Communication
This course will introduce you to communication principles, common communication practices and a selection of theories to better understand the communication transactions that you experience in your daily life.  college credit, ace
Course image Public Speaking for Sales
Communication
An introduction to the wide range of sales positions that are available in the workforce, with insight into how sales professionals are typically managed in terms of compensation and motivational approaches.
Course image Crisis Communication
Communication
This course is designed for practical applications of crisis communication principles, which can be used to protect and defend a company or organization facing a problem or challenge that threatens to harm its brand or reputation.
Course image Communication Philosophy - Mass Media
Communication

A course about communication philosophy especially for mass media channels.

Course image Introduction to Logic Design
Computer Science
Number systems, arithmetic operations, decimal codes, alphanumeric codes, Boolean algebra, Karnaugh maps, NAND and NOR gates, exclusive-OR gates, integrated circuits
Course image Fundamentals of Web Scripting
Computer Science

An introduction to the terms, technologies, trends, and best practices of the interactive design industry. 

Course image GCSE Computing Quiz Questions
Computer Science
Aimed at 14-16 year old UK exam students, these 100+ quiz questions can be used for practising and revising many aspects of Computing at high school level. Donated by Alan O'Donohoe, Master Computing teacher.

Course image Introduction to Cloud Computing
Computer Science

A course to introduce learners to the emergent subject of cloud computing.

Course image Introduction to Python for Everyone
Computer Science

The Python for Everybody course will introduce fundamental programming concepts including data structures, networked application program interfaces, and databases, using the Python programming language. 

Course image Digital Electronics
Computer Science

This course has been created as a part of the OER Submission for FDP102x course of IITBombayX.

Course image Mobile Application Development
Computer Science
Detailed study of trends in the development of applications for mobile devices, focusing on the unique design and deployment issues that must be taken into consideration when developing applications for mobile devices.  simca
Course image Python For First Timers
Computer Science

This is the introductory course for Basic Python For First Timers! Please start here if you have no experience coding in Python. 

Course image Advanced Databases
Computer Science
Advanced study of topics in database systems, including query optimization, concurrency, data warehouses, object-oriented extensions, and XML.
Course image Cryptography
Computer Science

Study of the conventional encryption systems and classical cryptography, exploring the use of secret key (or symmetric) cryptography, public-key (or asymmetric) cryptography, and hash functions.

brandman
Course image Advanced Artificial Intelligence
Computer Science
Detailed examination of the concepts and methods of artificial intelligence. brandman
Course image Information Security
Computer Science
Introduction to the fundamentals of information security, computer security technology and principles, access control mechanisms, cryptography algorithms, software security, physical security, and security management and risk assessment.  brandman, simca
Course image Artificial Intelligence
Computer Science
Introduction to understanding the fundamental concepts and techniques of intelligent systems.
Course image Programming Languages
Computer Science
Detailed exploration of the design space of programming languages, specifically the functional, imperative, logic and object-oriented programming languages.
Course image Computer Communications and Networks
Computer Science
Detailed introduction to the basic hardware and software, architectural components for computer communications in local area networks.
Course image Operating Systems
Computer Science
Examination of the evolution of operating systems and design, focusing on hardware/software evolution leading to contemporary operating systems; basic operating systems concepts.
Course image Web Development
Computer Science
Detailed study that provides an understanding of Web-based application development, with particular emphasis on developing web applications using JavaScript, HTML, XML, AJAX, and Java Server Pages (JSP).  brandman, simca
Course image Compilers
Computer Science
Detailed introduction to programming language translation, including the functions and general organization of compiler design and interpreters.
Course image Algorithms
Computer Science
Detailed exploration of the mathematical techniques used for the design and analysis of computer algorithms. brandman, simca
Course image Symbols for Statistics vs Parameters
Data Science & Statistics
An activity to identify the symbols of sample statistics and population parameters.
Course image Data Science Strategy Quiz
Data Science & Statistics

An activity to test the learners' data science knowledge in the form of a quiz.

Course image Understanding Plagiarism
Digital Literacy

An interactive video activity to help understand more about plagiarism

Course image Western World History 30 - RVS
Digital Literacy

A course to explore more than the three thousand years of history, starting with the birth of Ancient Greece and ending with the creation of the Internet. 

Course image WordPress For Beginners
Digital Literacy

By the end of the Course, the learner would be able to install and customize his/her website/ blog and also build an effective website or blog with available features


Course image Mindfulness in Course Creation
Digital Literacy

In this course you will learn what exactly mindfulness is and how to incorporate mindful practices into your teaching.


Course image Digital Literacy
Digital Literacy

Introducing the concept of Digital Literacy. Optimised for mobile.

Course image Moodle and Mountaineering
Digital Literacy
A course designed to introduce you to basic Moodle features while planning a trip to Mont Blanc. You don't need to know anything about climbing to do it - but you do need to want to learn how to teach with Moodle!
Course image Difference Between MR and VR Headsets
Digital Literacy
An interactive activity to distinguish between mixed reality and virtual reality headsets.
Course image Copyright: Test Your Knowledge
Digital Literacy

This is a short quiz to help you understand and test your copyright knowledge.

Course image Understanding the CRAAP Test
Digital Literacy

Understanding how to evaluate resources is an important skill.  Finding and using good resources makes your research stronger. This quiz will help you learn how to evaluate your sources. 

Course image Effective Technology Use in Education
Digital Literacy
A course that helps you identify some effective teaching and learning technologies and also describe some examples of effective use of technology in teaching and learning.

Course image Educational Media and Technology
Digital Literacy

The general aim of this course is to familiarize and expose the students to the idea of using teaching and learning resources to each lesson for effective learning. 

Course image Web Technology
Digital Literacy

In this course we will learn how to develop a static and dynamic website using Web Technologies tools. It will start with basics of Internet Technology concepts, principles and tools which can be used to work with internet. 



Course image Microsoft Computer Security and Privacy
Digital Literacy

This course helps you to identify the various threats to your computer and the data stored on it. You will explore how to protect your computer from these threats by taking some preventive measures. Finally, this course explains the ethical and legal issues related to Internet usage.

Course image Facilitating Online Learning.
Digital Literacy

The purpose of this course is to develop knowledge, skills and attitudes concerning online facilitation, with application in online components of formal courses and online collaboration projects;


Course image Learning Design and Development
Digital Literacy
The learning design module will expose you to a curriculum approach that integrates diverse learning principles, theories and methodologies in order to effectively design learning environments that help you achieve your intended learning outcomes as an educationalist.
Course image Digital Fundamentals
Digital Literacy
This module aims to provide skills, knowledge, and understanding of how to work in your digital environment in an academic context, and to enhance your skills to efficiently, critically, creatively, and safely work with digital technologies in your daily academic routine.

Course image Academic Integrity in a Digital Age
Digital Literacy

 This module is therefore intended to stimulate ethical thinking and behaviour, and promote good practice in evaluating and using available resources to create quality scholarly reports and academic resources. 

Course image Storage and Access of Digital Resources
Digital Literacy

This module will expand your understanding of digital storage and access. It will nurture your skills in storing and retrieving digital resources using various technologies for your research, teaching and learning, and administration benefits.

Course image OER-Facilitating Learning in Synchronous Environments
Digital Literacy

Facilitating Learning in Synchronous Environments was developed for BC Campus and is available under a creative commons license.

Course image WebTools a course for teachers
Digital Literacy

This an introductury course for teachers to use a range of different webtools as teaching aids. 

Course image ECD Child Guidance Scenarios
Early Childhood Development

In this interactive Branching Scenario, learners are presented with 4 animated situations involving the following age groups: infants, toddlers, pre-school, and school-aged. Learners are presented with various strategies to implement in order to de-escalate the situation.

Course image World Geography
Geography, Environment & Earth Science

In this course students will look at world patterns of population and settlement, mankind’s use of the Earth and world patterns of physical elements through an online project-based learning model. 

Course image Tropical Rainforest
Geography, Environment & Earth Science
Tropical rainforests are woodlands around the equator with a lot of vegetation that is evergreen. It is very warm and rain falls throughout the year.
Course image World of Water
Geography, Environment & Earth Science

We all need water! Let's look at things we are doing well and not so well in managing this precious resource.

Course image Biome Study
Geography, Environment & Earth Science

In this course students will build their knowledge about biomes and the critical characteristics that define different biomes through several group activities.  

Course image Land Management Thematic
Geography, Environment & Earth Science

In this course, each student gets a piece of land to role play in a number of micro-nations. Each student will face new challenges as they are presented when trying to use their land to the best of their abilities while also protecting the environment as a whole.

Course image Coral Reefs
Geography, Environment & Earth Science
In this course we will introduce you to the wonders of the coral reef, how they are created and the immense biological pressure they are under as a result of mans impact on the ocean environment.
Course image Environmental Ethics, Justice, and World Views
Geography, Environment & Earth Science
An introduction to the concept of environmental ethics - a philosophy that extends the ethical concepts traditionally applied to human behavior to address the entire natural world.  college credit, ace, thomas edison, tecep
Course image High School Economics
Economics & Finance

An introductory economics course for high school learners.

Course image The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Economics & Finance

An interactive activity on how the federal reserve and how they craft the monetary policy.

Course image International Trade
Economics & Finance
This course will provide you with an analytical framework for the study of international trade. Historically, international trade has played a critical role in enabling countries to grow, develop, and become economically powerful. 
Course image Intermediate Macroeconomics
Economics & Finance
Advanced treatment of the dynamics of the macro-economy, which includes topics related to the determination of aggregate output, the determination of the interest rate, business cycle theories and stabilization, the stock market, household and firm behavior in the macro-economy, and debates in macroeconomics.
Course image Intermediate Microeconomics
Economics & Finance
Rigorous introduction to resource allocation in a market economy, with particular emphasis on supply and demand interaction, utility maximization, profit maximization, elasticity, perfect competition, monopoly power, imperfect competition, and game theory.
Course image Principles of Macroeconomics
Economics & Finance
Exploration of the factors that impact the overall performance of economies. The course focuses on public policies helping and hindering the achievement of intended outcomes, such as reducing unemployment or increasing trade. college credit, ace, excelsior, uexcel, thomas edison, asba
Course image Principles of Microeconomics
Economics & Finance
Introductory course that provides a basic understanding of microeconomic principles. Analyzes the economic factors influencing decisions made at the individual level, after evaluating resources, costs, and tradeoffs. college credit, ace, clep, thomas edison, tecep, asba
Course image English with H5P
English

A course of basic English teaching activities demonstrating various H5P activities integrated into Moodle

Course image AS English Language & Literature
English
In this course you can expect some great reads, great debates and fabulous creativity.
Course image Street Food Vocabulary
English

An interactive dialog cards activity around the love of food and language.

Course image Street Food Comprehension
English

An interactive activity around street food vocabulary and comprehension.

Course image Online Shopping Comprehension
English

An interactive drag and drop activity around online shopping.

Course image Grade 12 Language Arts
English

This course is meant to connect the earliest forms of human writing to the kinds of stories we tell and where we might be heading.


Course image African Americans
History
Learn about the history of African Americans from slavery to the Civil Rights Movement
Course image History: Russia in Revolution
History

This course is designed for students studying Russian history. While it is aimed at British students working towards an examination, the content is suitable for any class studying the subject.


Course image France – General Knowledge
History

An interactive activity to test your French knowledge.

Course image Class & Conflict in World Cinema
History

This course explores the issues of class and conflict as portrayed in the films  City of God and La Haine. It focuses particularly on the use of Mise en Scène.  

Course image Modern Revolutions
History
Exploration of the political and social revolutions that have shaped the modern world between the 18th and 20th centuries, with particular emphasis on their causes and lasting global impact. 
Course image World History in the Early Modern and Modern Eras (1600-Present)
History
Introductory course to the political, economic, social, and technological transformations in world history, from the 17th century to the present, with special emphasis on global interactions. college credit, thomas edison, asba, tecep
Course image Timeline - A History of Time
History

An interactive activity outlining the evolution of time-keeping over many centuries.

Course image New staff induction
Human Resources

A course on new staff induction for human resources professionals.

Course image Introduction to People Analytics for HR Practitioners
Human Resources
This course aims to provide learners with knowledge and skills for People Analytics capability to equip them in making important decisions relating to enhancing people’s capability which must be data-based and evidence-based using people related metrics and analysis.