Simulation Skills: This is Your Brain on the Future

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/simulation-skills

Simulation Skills: This is Your Brain on the Future
This course will cover the many areas of simulation that you will learn to model and analyze in the future. The emphasis of the course is on the application of science-based skill sets in computer programming to solve real world problems in the sciences.

You will learn many important topics in simulation including position, velocity, gravity, forces, and other variables that are relevant to the simulation of various scientific disciplines. The course is based on the book Science in the Virtual Classroom: Building Blocks for the Future of Science (Springer) and the course can be taken as a whole or in sections.

The course is divided into 4 topics:
1. Gravitation, electromagnetism, and their applications in systems of the gravitation;
2. Optics, foveal mapping, and their applications in systems of the optics;
3. Circuits and their applications in systems of the semiconductors;
4. Optics, waveguides, and their applications in the design of optical components; and
5. The special area of electromechanical systems, and the design of their components, for electromechanical systems.

In order to successfully complete the course assignments, you will need to have access to a computer with a working knowledge of C programming and basic math skills. You should be comfortable with basic programming in C and C++. You should be able to use the command line (cmd.exe) and Linux operating system as a virtual machine. You should have experience with networking, basic file systems, and the use of command line tools. You should understand embedded systems, including devices, operating systems, and programs, and their use in a virtual machine. You should understand embedded hardware, including operating systems, operating systems components, and basic firmware, and have a basic understanding of the EEPROM. You should also have experience in the use of virtual memory, including system memory, operating systems components, and basic firmware, and basic understanding of the EEPROM.INTRODUCTION TO VIRTUAL MACHINES
PROGRESS AND INTRODUCTION TO VIRTUAL SYSTEMS
COMPUTING INTRODUCTION TO VIRTUAL MACHINES
COMPUTING INTRODUCTION TO VIRTUAL SYSTEMS
Software Product Management Capstone Project
In this Capstone project, you’ll design and execute a product management plan. You’ll use design thinking, process analytics, and scale development. You’ll also apply agile process control methods to your process of design.

You will need to design a process-critical product management plan, and then perform an in-depth analysis of the software product. You’ll do this by taking the time to understand the key elements of the project, and then thinking about what the overall project plan is for, and how you can apply key

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/simulation-skills

Fundamentals of Graphic Design

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/fundamentals-of-graphic-design

Fundamentals of Graphic Design
If you love design and want to know more, this course will start you down a path to gain a foundation you can continue to use in later courses.

In this course we will learn about the foundations of graphic design: the palette, the layout, the tools that go into designing a design. We will also discuss the specific tools you need to know how to use them to make your designs stand out. We will also discuss how these tools work in practice. We will focus on the specific aspects of graphic design that make your job as a graphic designer easier.

This is the last course in the specialization Design Fundamentals. We are also finishing up the capstone project that started this course. This course contains the conclusion of the specialization. We will bring it all together to form a larger design portfolio that you can show to potential employers.

All the features of this course are available for free. It does not offer a certificate upon completion.Fundamentals – The Palette
Designing Your Process
Tools of the Trade
Final Words
Fundamentals of Graphic Design
If you love design and want to know more, this course will start you down a path to gain a foundation you can continue to use in later courses.

In this course we will learn about the basic tenets of graphic design: the idea, the paradigm, the medium. We will also discuss the specific tools you need to know how to use them to make your designs stand out. We will also discuss how these tools work in practice. We will focus on the specific aspects of graphic design that make your job as a graphic designer easier.

This is the last course in the specialization Design Fundamentals. We are also finishing up the capstone project that started this course. This course contains the conclusion of the specialization. We will bring it all together to form a larger design portfolio that you can show to potential employers.

All the features of this course are available for free. It does not offer a certificate upon completion.Fundamentals – The Palette
Designing Your Process
Tools of the Trade
Final Words
Fundamentals of Immunology: T Cells and Signaling
Course 3 of a three course specialization called Fundamentals of Immunology. Each course in the specialization presents material that builds on the previous course’s material.

The goal of this specialization is to learn about the basic mechanisms of immunity and to describe the functions of various innate and adaptive immune systems. The specialization focuses on the physiological and cellular processes that promote tolerance and defense responses against different pathogens. It also describes the sources of resistance and the mechanisms of generation of allergy and allergy syndromes. Finally, the specialization describes the basic characteristics of the adaptive and

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/fundamentals-of-graphic-design

Forecasting Skills: See the Future Before it Happens

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/forecasting-skills

Forecasting Skills: See the Future Before it Happens
In this course you will learn to anticipate and predict the future using forecast skills. After finishing this course you will be able to:

– Recognize realistic long-term goals and objectives
– Use forecast skills to identify and quantify the skills required for a given task
– Assess and forecast individual skill levels
– Assess and forecast competenciesRequired Forecasting Capabilities
Coupled with forecasting skills, you will be able to make more effective use of the forecast model

– Organization and human resource management – essential components of forecasting
– Political Economy and Business – foundations of forecasting
– Social Context and Cultural Values – building a foundation for forecasting

This course is part of the iMBA offered by the University of Illinois, a flexible, fully-accredited online MBA at an incredibly competitive price. For more information, please see the Resource page in this course and onlinemba.illinois.edu.Module 1: Forecasting Skills
Module 2: Building Forecast Models
Module 3: Building Forecast Evaluations
Foreign Language Processing
This course is the second course in the specialization about processing foreign language text for web page translation. The emphasis is on efficiency and performance here, rather than on vocabulary or grammar. So if you are looking for a quick fix for a difficult to understand language, this course will give you everything you need. If you are looking for a more advanced course on processing foreign language text for web page translation, this course is the one for you.

This course is the third course in the specialization about processing foreign language text for web page translation. The emphasis is on efficiency and performance here, rather than on vocabulary or grammar. So if you are looking for a quick fix for a difficult to understand language, this course will give you everything you need. If you are looking for a more advanced course on processing foreign language text for web page translation, this course is the one for you.

This course is the last course in the specialization about processing foreign language text for web page translation. The emphasis is on efficiency and performance here, rather than on vocabulary or grammar. So if you are looking for a quick fix for a difficult to understand language, this course will give you everything you need. If you are looking for a more advanced course on processing foreign language text for web page translation, this course is the one for you.

This course is part of the iMBA offered by the University of Illinois, a flexible, fully-accredited online MBA at an incredibly competitive price. For more information, please see the Resource page in this course and onlinemba.illinois.edu.Module 1: Business Basics
Module 2: Preparing to Work in a Foreign Language
Module 3: Working as a Team in a Foreign Language
Module 4: Working in Teams in a Foreign Language

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/forecasting-skills

Fashion as Design

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/fashion-design

Fashion as Design: Au revoir, d’après & d’invité
This course explores the notion of fashion as a kind of design language. It shows how the construction of words, pictures, and objects—which are themselves representations of values—can act as means of conveying the underlying values of a collection of clothes. It then proceeds to show how the use of design language can help us to address other crucial concerns like material choices, aesthetic standards, and ethical constraints. The course also explores the idea of designing clothes as thoughtfully as possible, with an eye to ensuring that we make design choices that truly capture the spirit of the clothes we wear.

This is a four-week course. There will be three modules in each week, which focus on one aspect of clothing design: one for each week’s subject. We’ll start by looking at one object at a time: What is the essence of a fashion statement? What makes a good dress made? What makes a good pair of jeans made? In each module, we’ll take a look at one object at a time. We’ll also share our takeaways for you to take away from each module.

We hope you enjoy the course and are eager to learn more! What topics will we touch upon? How do we build design language that truly conveys the spirit of the clothes we wear? What do we mean by ethical constraints? What does it mean to design a dress that is made to order? Join us for the course to find out!

Note: You will need Adobe® Acrobat® Reader to view the embedded modules and read the comments.We’ll be making our way up through the module list, so bear with us while you get your hands dirty.

Module 1: Object and Conceptual Design
Module 2: Constructing a Design Language
Module 3: The Dress: From Design to Composition
Module 4: Composition, Style & Color
Fashion as Design: Learn to Wear
This free course will introduce you to the world of fashion and its complexities. You’ll start by understanding the different phases of design: conceptualization, conceptual delivery, prototyping, testing, and production. You’ll follow this with the tools to create a prototype – a starting point for all kinds of design work. Next, we’ll take a look at basic processes for designing garments: the conceptualization phase, where many elements come together to form a design; the delivery phase, where many elements come together to form a design and it needs to be tailored to meet the needs of the client and the environment; the prototyping phase, where many components come together to form a design and it needs to be prototyped; and the production phase, where many components come together to form a design and it needs to be produced. In this course, we’ll learn everything a designer needs to know to start

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/fashion-design

Creative Writing: The Craft of Plot

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/craft-of-plot

Creative Writing: The Craft of Plot, Setting and Structure
In this course, we explore different aspects of writing good plot, setting and structure. We’ll start by looking at the essential elements of good writing: characterization, conflict, resolution, and resolution in dialogue. We’ll then look at the craft of writing effective dialogue, including the key elements of tone, language, and the manner in which you move the story along. We’ll wrap up by looking at the craft of writing effective plot, setting and structure, which includes the art and style in writing and the issues in writing that you’ll need to address in order to get your story moving.

This is the second course in the series: Elements of Good Writing. In the first course, we looked at the ways in which you can influence the way that others will interpret your ideas, and in the second course, we looked at different aspects of writing structured dialogue. We’ll start by looking at the essence of good writing, then we’ll look at various styles of writing, including many modern styles of prose, and we’ll conclude by looking at different kinds of scenes and different types of music, and we’ll also look at different types of writing.

We’ll finish up the course by looking at some practical tasks that you can set up early in your writing process, and then we’ll move on to look at the things that you’ll need to consider as you go along. What do you think? Are you ready to take your writing to the next level? Are you ready to take the next step in your career as a writer? If so, then I’m glad that you decided to join this course. This course is for you!Introduction to Writing Good Writing
Setting The Stage
Writing Effective Dialogue
Writing Effective Scenes
Conflict Management
Conformity is the art of appearing moderate and agreeable, while simultaneously managing conflict.

Conformity is the art of appearing moderate and agreeable, while simultaneously managing conflict.

This course is an introduction to how to manage conflict in all types of settings, including work settings, at all levels of involvement and in all contexts, including non-work settings.

This course is an introduction to how to manage conflict in all types of settings, including work settings, at all levels of involvement and in all contexts, including non-work settings.

This course is an introduction to how to manage conflict in all types of settings, including work settings, at all levels of involvement and in all contexts, including non-work settings.

This course is an overview of how to manage conflict at all levels of involvement. We will focus on how to manage conflict in work settings, while also including non-work settings.

We will focus on how to manage conflict in work settings, while also including non

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/craft-of-plot

Cameras, Exposure, and Photography

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/exposure-photography

Cameras, Exposure, and Photography
The course is designed to cover the basic of using cameras to capture important moments in the real world. We’ll cover topics such as focusing, ISO, AA, lens options, weight, and durability. We’ll also cover topics such as using a DSLR and using lenses for portraits and wildlife.

The emphasis in this course is on the practical, not on the theoretical. We’ll cover topics that will take you from starting photographer to professional photographer. We’ll help you to put everything together by providing you with plans for getting the shots you need.

We’ll also cover the fundamentals of using the camera’s features to your advantage. From the fundamentals of exposure and framing to the use of lenses and a range of modes to modes of exposure and manual focus. We’ll cover all of it with the help of the practical and practical advice of photography instructors from around the world.

The course is ideal for anyone wanting to take pictures of people, places, and things for fun and profit. It is also ideal for those who are serious about photography as a career, or for those who are just getting started in photography and want to take pictures that will make their professional careers. The course is particularly interesting for those who have a background in photography: those who have taken photography classes, or who have worked in photography before, or who have been a photographer for a very long time. The course is designed to be accessible for learners who are new to their subject, and will be relevant for anyone working in photography.

The course is divided into three subjects: photography fundamentals, fine details, and macro. For the first part of the course, we’ll focus on the most important topic of all: camera operation. We’ll look at how the camera works, and what settings are important for you to know in order to get the shots you want. We’ll also look at how to use the camera’s features to your advantage. We’ll look at different modes of exposure, focusing modes, lens options, and modes of focus, and the use of manual focus. We’ll also look at modes of exposure at different focal lengths, and at different intensities of light, and modes of exposure for portraits and wildlife.

The second part of the course focuses on the topic of photography’s use of light. We’ll take a look at different light sources and their effects on pictures, and we’ll also look into different modes of exposure. We’ll also look at how to use the camera’s modes of exposure for portraits and landscapes. We’ll also look into different intensities of light, and different modes of exposure for wildlife.

The third part of the course focuses on the topic of macro. We’ll take a look at different focal lengths and intensities of light, and also into how the camera works, focusing and using

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/exposure-photography

Memoir and Personal Essay: Write About Yourself Specialization

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/specializations/memoir-personal-essay

Memoir and Personal Essay: Write About Yourself Specialization
This is the third course in the three focused on the Writing and Portfolio building Specialization. If you have completed all three courses, you will be familiar with the Writing and Portfolio building Specialization themes and techniques. This course will introduce the personal essay as an extension of the narrative form. By introducing the essay form as a vehicle for exploring your essence as a writer, you will be able to develop more effective techniques for integrating and combining material in your work. To wrap up this specialization and look at your work in context of the life and work of your dreams, you will complete a small accountability exercise in which you will reflect on your own work and learn how to evaluate it more critically.

This course is designed to help you recognize that writing is more than a language; it is a way of expressing and sharing ideas, and writing is more than a hobby. Writing is a way of life and an active way of self-expression. This specialization is an opportunity to explore and practice the art of writing and reflect on your own work, in the context of your chosen career, as well as your unique perspectives in the process.Week 1: Introducing the Story
Week 2: Writing the Essay
Week 3: Working the Essay
Music Production
The first course of the Musicianship Specialization was an introduction to the basics of music production. In this course you will learn the essential techniques in creating recordings using a software synthesizer or acoustic guitar. You will also learn the basic concepts of recording and mixing and mastering. This course was designed to help you understand recording and mixing and mastering, as well as the various technical aspects of recording and mixing, which can be very confusing for the uninitiated. This course is designed to help you understand the technical aspects of recording and mixing, which can be very confusing for the uninitiated.

After completing this course, you will be able to:

1. Use the basic recording techniques to create a recording,
2. Convert tracks and instruments to the desired specifications for a mix,
3. Use the mastering software of your choice to mix the mix and then transfer the mix to tape or other formats,
4. Use the recording techniques to create a master file for future reference.

This course is part of the iMBA offered by the University of Illinois, a flexible, fully-accredited online MBA at an incredibly competitive price. For more information, please see the Resource page in this course and onlinemba.illinois.edu.Module 1: Getting Started with Synth and Acoustic Guitar
Module 2: Tricky Drives and EQ
Module 3: Peaks, Scaling, and Beyond
More C++ For C Programmers
This course is for those new to C++ programming. We’ll learn a little about how C++ is implemented in C programs, and how we can use it for our everyday programming needs. We’ll also discuss basic C++ concepts and how to learn more. This is the third course in the three focused on the Writing and Portfolio building Specialization. If you have completed all three courses, you will be familiar with the Writing and Portfolio building Specialization themes and techniques. This course will introduce the personal essay as an extension of the narrative form. By introducing the essay form as a vehicle for exploring your essence as a writer, you will be able to develop more effective techniques for integrating and combining material in your work. To wrap up this specialization and look at your work in context of the life and work of your dreams, you will complete a small accountability exercise in which you will reflect on your own work and learn how to evaluate it more critically.

This course is designed to help you recognize that writing is more than a language; it is a way of expressing and sharing ideas, and writing is a way of living. This specialization is an opportunity to explore and practice the art of writing and make sense of your own work, in the context of your chosen career, and your unique perspectives in the process.

After completing this course, you will be able to:
1. write more efficiently, logically, and constructively;
2. use the appropriate command-line tools for writing;
3. organize and control your writing (including rewriting and proofreading);
4. use appropriate levels of attribution for your writing (including rewriting, criticism, and professional services);
5. recognize the different levels of credibility in writing (including academic writing, non-academic writing, and personal writing); and
6. recognize the various levels of representation in writing (including professional writers, non-professional writers, and non-professional writers).

This course is part of the iMBA offered by the University of Illinois, a flexible, fully

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/specializations/memoir-personal-essay

Innovation: From Creativity to Entrepreneurship Specialization

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/specializations/innovation-creativity-entrepreneurship

Innovation: From Creativity to Entrepreneurship Specialization
This course forms part of a specialisation from the University of London designed to help you develop and foster entrepreneurial and entrepreneurial innovation.

This course is designed to provide you with a firm grounding in concepts of innovation and entrepreneurship. We will explore this in a practical and not-so-practical way through 5 modules. Each module provides an in-depth look at a specific topic and you will learn by doing so.

If you are thinking about starting a business, or if you are thinking about starting a team, this course is for you. Our aim is not to scare you away from starting an innovative business but to give you a head start on starting a business. This course is ideal for those of you who are passionate about entrepreneurship or who would like to know more about entrepreneurship than you ever knew. If you are already a business owner or entrepreneur, this course will give you a practical foundation that you can apply to start and to help you better position yourself.

The course is designed to provide you with a head start on starting your own business, as well as helping you to position yourself more effectively in the global economic and business landscape. If you are thinking about starting a team, this course is for you. Our aim is not to scare you away from starting an innovative business, but to give you a head start on starting a business.

The course modules are delivered through videos, slides, readings and discussions. As you learn about a topic, you’ll also engage with the Capstone project, an enterprise project that will give you the opportunity to put your knowledge to work. We’ve designed the course so that you can engage with the material in modules one to five, but also to engage with the Capstone project, which is the part of the specialization that focuses on most recent innovation research and business formation. We’ve designed the course to allow you to work through the Capstone with your peers.

If, after completing the course, you feel ready to move on to more advanced course work, you can continue on to the next course in the specialization, entitled Entrepreneurship and Innovation: https://www.coursera.org/learn/entrepreneurship-innovation-specializationIntroduction to Entrepreneurship
Why Entrepreneurship Matters
The Market and How to Fit a Market
The Market Process and How to Find Opportunities
Innovation in Business – Capstone Project
The Capstone is the last part of the specialization that focuses on one specific aspect of innovation in business.

In the Capstone, you will apply knowledge you’ve gained in the earlier courses to solve a real business challenge. This is the capstone in the specialization, and the final part of a three-part series that focuses on one aspect of innovation in business.

In the Capstone, you will use the knowledge you’ve gained in the previous courses to assess a real business challenge. In the first part, you will use knowledge of the market to identify opportunities and threats. In the second part, you will apply your knowledge to create a plan of action.

The feedback you will receive after completing the Capstone will be peer-evaluated.

After completing this course, you will be able to:

1. Apply the concepts you’ve learned in the previous courses to assess a real business challenge
2. Identify opportunities and threats in a globalised business environment
3. Create a plan of action for innovation in the current globalised environment
4. Apply the knowledge you’ve gained in the previous courses to create a competitive business strategy
5. Apply the knowledge you’ve gained in the previous courses to create a competitive product or service
6. Apply the knowledge you’ve gained in the previous courses to create a competitive product or service
7. Apply the knowledge you’ve gained in the previous courses to create a competitive product or service
8. Apply the knowledge you’ve gained in the previous courses to create a competitive product or service
9. Apply the knowledge you’ve gained in the previous courses to create a competitive product or service
10. Apply the knowledge you’ve gained in the previous courses to create a competitive product or service
11. Apply the knowledge you’ve gained in the previous courses to create a competitive product or service
12. Apply the knowledge you’ve acquired in the previous courses to create a competitive business strategy
13. Apply the knowledge you’ve acquired in the previous courses to create a competitive product or service
14. Apply the knowledge you’ve acquired in the previous courses to create a competitive product or serviceCapstone Project Linkedin
Capstone Project Linkedin
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Capstone Project

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/specializations/innovation-creativity-entrepreneurship

Creative Writing Specialization

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/specializations/creative-writing

Creative Writing Specialization
This three-week course focuses on the writing skills needed to be a writer: analytically, structurally, and finally. We’ll examine the creative process in terms of core creative practices, craft techniques, and project management. You will learn to separate yourself psychologically from the writing process by crafting a personal essay, a journal entry, or a script. By the end of the course, you will write a clearly defined structure, plan, and outline, all in the form of a self-portrait.

Before you enroll this course, you will need to complete the four previous courses in the Creativity Training Specialization: Creativity Inquiry, Creativity Retreat, Creativity Study, and Creative Writing. In addition, you will need to watch the six-hour long film, “Writing in the Writer’s Medium”. This course is designed to guide you through the writing process in the medium of film, so you will need to work through the writing in your medium of choice. You’ll need to invest in your creative writing skills by taking the four courses in this specialization.

At the end of this course, you will be able to:
– write self-referencing analytical structures and statements
– write structured, self-contained self-assessments
– write analytically and structurally oriented self-assessments
– write critically and structurally oriented self-assessments
– analyze project management problems
– write scripts for self-published writing

It is important to us that this course is self-contained. If you have not taken it, please take a moment to explore the course site. Find answers to your questions regarding:
1. Writing self-referencing structures and statements
2. Writing projects under common control
3. Writing projects that will be successful
4. Writing self-published works

If you enjoy this course and are interested in a career change, please consider applying to the University of Virginia at http://virginia.edu/patho/programs/creativity-training/ If you have any questions regarding course topics, please see the Resource page for “Writing in the Writer’s Medium” course.Writing in the Writer’s Medium: An Introduction
Writing Structures
Writing Statements
Writing Project Management Problems
DNA Decoded
Are you a living creature? How do you know you are?

In this course, you will decode the DNA of a microchip taken from your own finger. You will also decode the DNA of a living creature, as well as the DNA of a patient and the DNA of an aging patient.

The course will include both lab and field trips to the labs, along with an in-person demonstration of the techniques taught in the course.

This is a specialization taught by and is supported by the University of Edinburgh’s Institute of Biological Sciences.

You can follow us on Twitter! #EdiDivDeMBAIntroduction to DNA Decoded
DNA Traces and Bioprocessing
DNA Analysis in Progress
DNA Fatigue
DDoS Attacks
In this course you will learn the basic concepts of a DDoS attack, including the different types of DDoS attacks, and how they are dealt with in practice.

You will learn the basic concepts of a DDoS attack, including the different types of DDoS attacks, and how they are dealt with in practice.

DDoS attacks are physical, computer-based intrusions that drain a system’s computing resources, including data-intensive tasks such as database processing, and can be launched at a user’s expense.

In this course you will learn the different types of DDoS attacks, and how they are dealt with in practice.

DDoS attacks are physical, computer-based intrusions that drain a system’s computing resources, including data-intensive tasks such as database processing, and can be launched at a user’s expense.

In this course you will learn the different types of DDoS attacks, and how they are dealt with in practice.

DDoS attacks are physical, computer-based intrusions that drain a system’s computing resources, including data-intensive tasks such as database processing, and can be launched at a user’s expense.

In this course you will learn the different types of DDoS attacks, and how they are dealt with in practice.

In this course you will learn the different types of DDoS attacks, and how they are dealt with in practice.

This is the third course in the Distributed Data Systems course, and the course will use a commodity hardware platform, software tools and a virtual machine as their focus.

Software tools will be used to perform a full system scan and validation, and the system will be protected from

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/specializations/creative-writing

Branding: The Creative Journey Specialization

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/specializations/branding-the-creative-journey

Branding: The Creative Journey Specialization
This six-week course gives you the opportunity to develop your marketing strategy through the lens of branding. You’ll learn key concepts in marketing strategy, and be able to apply them to the various segments of your brand. Through the lens of branding, you’ll learn how to identify, define, and communicate your brand identity; understand the elements of marketing strategy that support your brand strategy; identify and communicate your strategic intent; and use your marketing strategy toolkit to create brand identity across multiple segments of your brand. This course is the last before the Capstone Course.

After completing this course, you will be able to:
1. Design a brand identity strategy for your business
2. Identify critical elements of your marketing strategy
3. Use brand identity to generate better business outcomes
4. Change the culture of your company by developing a culture of branding
5. Develop and implement a brand strategy for your companyBranding Strategy: How to Identify Your Brand Identity
Branding Identity: Who Are You Branding?
Branding Strategy: How to Change the Culture of Your Company
Branding Strategy: Who Are You Branding?
Business Strategies for Social Impact
In this course you will learn how to use social and organizational factors to bring about social change in your organization. We will focus on the most effective and productive use of social networks in achieving social goals. This course is the third in the nine courses in the Social Business Strategy Specialization.

You’ll learn about the different types of social organizations, including labor, environmental, social enterprises, and communities of practice. You’ll learn how to build effective coalitions, build effective coalitions of individuals, and use organizational norms and practices in your organization to create new opportunities for social change.

By the end of this course, you’ll be able to:
– Build effective coalitions through effective planning and management
– Build effective coalitions through effective communication
– Change organizational norms and practices to create new opportunities for social change
– Use social and organizational factors to generate social change
– Develop effective communication strategies

Linda Honan, PhD
Assistant Professor
History, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Director of the Global Strategy and Public Leadership program

Illinois Institute for Agriculture and Trade Research

Global Strategy Director

Global Strategy & Public Leadership

Social Innovation Director

Global Strategy & Public Leadership

Emma Duarte, PhD

Executive Director of the Illinois Policy Institute

Illinois Policy Institute

Global Strategy Director

Global Strategy & Public Leadership

Kimberly LaPorta, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

UChicago, Medicine and Surgery

Director of the Global Health Program

The University of Chicago Global Health Institute

Global Health Initiative

Jill Gregory, PhD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

UChicago, Medicine and Surgery

Director of the Global Health Program

The University of Chicago Global Health Institute

Global Health Initiative

Maurice Gasson, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

UChicago, Medicine and Surgery

Director of the Global Health Program

The University of Chicago Global Health Institute

Global Health Initiative

Rachel Carson, MD

Emeritus Professor of Medicine

UChicago, Medicine and Surgery

Emeritus Professor of Medicine

UCH Medical Center and Urbana-Champaign

Director of the National Museum of Natural History

National Museum of Natural History

Maurice Gasson, MD

Associate Professor of Medicine

Conradine Humphrey, MD

Professor of Medicine

UChicago, Medicine and Surgery

Professor of Medicine

UCH Medical Center and Urbana-Champaign

Director of the National Museum of Natural History

National Museum of Natural History

Maurice Gasson, MD

Associate Professor of Medicine

Conradine Humphrey, MD

Professor of Medicine

UCH Medical Center and Urbana-Champaign

Director of the National Museum of Natural History

National Museum of Natural History

Maurice Gasson, MD

Associate Professor of Medicine

Conradine Humphrey, MD

Professor of Medicine

UCH Medical Center and Urbana-Champaign

Director of the National Museum of Natural History

National Museum of Natural History

Maurice Gasson, MD

Associate Professor of Medicine

Conradine Humphrey, MD

Professor of Medicine

UCH Medical Center and Urbana-Champaign

Director of the National Museum of Natural History

National Museum of Natural History

Maur

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/specializations/branding-the-creative-journey