Greek and Roman Mythology

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Greek and Roman Mythology
This course covers the major themes of ancient Greek and Roman Mythology, the origin of gods, myths, hero-worship, consort worship, love, tragedy, and tragedy. We will study the major themes, events, places, and themes of myth, hero-worship, and love.We will study the origins and development of gods, and our relationship to them. We will study the origin and development of love, and our relationship to it. We will study the development of tragedy and love, and our relationship to it. We will study the development of friendship, and our relationship to it. We will study the development of death and love, and our relationship to it. We will study the development of death-and-love, and our relationship to it. We will study the development of death-and-love, and our relationship to it.We will study the Greek/Roman Mythology as a whole, and the origin of its themes and events. We will study the major themes, events, places, and themes of the myth, and the development of the myth-gods.We also study the early history of the gods, and the development of their relationship with mortals. We will study the development of their relation with mortals, and the origin and development of love. We will study the development of their relation with mortals, and the origin and development of death. We will study the development of death-and-love, and our relationship to it.We will study the Greek/Roman Mythology as a whole, and the origin of its themes and events. We will study the major themes, events, places, and themes of the myth, and the development of the myth-gods.We also study the Greek/Roman Mythology as a whole, and the origin of its themes and events. We will study the major themes, events, places, and themes of the myth, and the development of the myth-gods. We will study the origins of love, and our relationship to it. We will study the development of our relationship to death. We will study the development of death-and-love, and our relationship to it.We will study the Greek/Roman Mythology as a whole, and the origin of its themes and events. We will study the major themes, events, places, and themes of the myth, and the development of the myth-gods. We will study the origins of love, and our relationship to it. We will study the development of our relationship to death. We will study the development of death-and-love, and our relationship to it.We will study the Greek/Roman Mythology as a whole, and the origin of its themes and events. We will study the major themes, events, places, and themes of the myth, and the development of the myth-gods. We will study the origins of love, and our relationship to it. We will study

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Ideas from the History of Graphic Design

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Ideas from the History of Graphic Design
As well as a form of expression, the history of graphic design offers opportunities for us to create, communicate and explore ideas. What are the origins of today’s design trends? Who are the influences and drivers of change in graphic design? What are the skills and theories of good design practice? In this course we’ll examine the roots of today’s design trends—with a particular emphasis on the period between 1880 and 1890. We’ll also look at the development of graphic design practice—its historical, economic, and cultural context—through a set of graphic design principlines, including letterpress, linoleum, and graphic design as a service. We’ll also look at the art world and the development of graphic design as a service, as well as its evolution and influence. We’ll also look at the change that typography can cause, and how typographic ideas can permeate the entire design process. We’ll also look at the fundamentals of graphic design: the line, the color, the shape, the weight, the reach, the interaction, and the fidelity of the design. We’ll focus on the processes that led to the development of today’s design paradigms, and the resulting standards and guidelines, which are the foundation for good design practice.Introduction
The First Lines
The First Colors
The First Classes
Ideation: How Do We Get Ideas?
Do you want to know how to think? This course will take you on a journey to explore how and why ideas work the way they do. You’ll learn everything from how smooth and complex surfaces get their color from the inside out, how we naturally judge things based on their color, and how we get the most out of our products. You’ll even learn how to use the right amount of color for your product. You’ll even learn how to convey ideas effectively when you’re not sure of the color you’re trying to convey. You’ll also learn how to think critically about your own work and ideas. You’ll have a great sense of what works and doesn’t, and how to evaluate your own work. Along the way, you’ll also develop a greater understanding of how ideas work and how to use them to get things done.

This is the second course in the Design Thinking for Entrepreneurship specialization. The first course focused on concepts and reasoning about good design, while the second course focuses on actual implementation of good design. You should already be familiar with these topics if you’re planning to work in design-related businesses. The projects in this course were all based on original research and development done in the Design Thinking course.

When you finish this course, you’ll have a much better understanding of how ideas work

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Indigenous Canada

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Indigenous Canada
The history and geography of Indigenous Canada are taught in this course as a whole. We explore the unique place of Indigenous peoples in a changing world. We look at how Indigenous communities have adapted to different life stages and cultural influences. We also look at the issues that Indigenous peoples face today, including issues such as land claims and environmental impacts. This course was designed to give you a broad introduction to Indigenous peoples in Canada, and all life stages, so you can begin your journey in learning a new culture.Introduction
History and Context
Cultural Influence
Issues and Contingencies
Introduction to Inferential Statistical Analysis
In this course you will learn how to analyze data in order to derive meaningful information from it. You will learn how to perform inferential statistics and their applications. In particular, you will learn how to perform inferential statistics in the form of hypothesis tests, which are tests that can be used to rule out or treat as true or false. You will also learn a variety of techniques to conduct hypothesis testing for statistical significance. In the course, we also cover topics such as cluster analysis, hypothesis testing for independence, and p-values. You will also learn how to conduct hypothesis testing for independence using the test statistic measure and the hypothesis test statistic test statistic measure. Additionally, you will learn to interpret the significance level of a result obtained by the hypothesis test statistic measure. The course also covers topics such as significance level testing, significance level adjustment, and p-value. And, you will learn to interpret the significance level of a result obtained by the p-value.

Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to:
1. Calculate significance level for a result obtained by hypothesis test
2. Adjust a result obtained by hypothesis test using significance level
3. Validate a result obtained by a hypothesis test using significance level
4. Define the methods used to conduct hypothesis tests, and their applications, and interpret p-values.Introduction
Mean-Variance Analysis
Hypothesis Testing
P-Value
Introduction to Intercultural Communication
Intercultural Communication is the area of human interaction that is important for developing the capacity to teach, lead, influence and communicate successfully with different cultures. This course teaches participants the key concepts of intercultural communication, processes involved in intercultural dialogue, types of intercultural interactions, and the importance of social dynamics in intercultural interaction. The course introduces theory and practical skills to facilitate intercultural dialogue among people of different cultures. The course emphasizes the importance of cultural sensitivity and understanding, as well as the need for tolerance and mutual respect. It also reviews and applies theories of communication, both verbal and nonverbal, to the study of inter

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Inequality and Democracy

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Inequality and Democracy in the Global Economy
The past twenty years have seen a wave of popular unrest sweeping across much of the developed world. Millions have protested against corruption, inequality, and the injustices of political system, trade and culture. Millions more have participated in strikes, occupations, and sit-ins. More broadly, the public mood is deeply unsettled. Political and economic systems seem to be failing to respond to the aspirations and concerns of the majority. The popular discontent is palpable and often violent. All too often, people ‘move on’ or ‘talk down’, dismissing dissent as “political correctness’ or a lack of interest.

In this course you will learn how to understand popular unrest and the conditions which give rise to popular unrest. You will learn how to identify the causes and root causes of popular unrest. You will learn the crucial role of different social actors in creating conditions which favour popular unrest. You will be able to develop a better understanding of the issues and the issues which form the basis of popular unrest.

What is popular unrest? What are the conditions which give rise to popular unrest? Why do some grievances get attention, others are often dismissed or downplayed? What can be done to address popular unrest?

This course explores these and other important questions and issues which form the basis of a deeper study of international relations and social movements. The course is fundamentally about the development of critical faculties and the character and future direction of these faculties. The course is about how knowledge, analysis and discussion contribute to the promotion of peace and security in the global community. It is also about the role of different intellectual and cultural institutions in bringing about positive change.Theory of popular unrest
The causes and causes of popular unrest
Popular movements and popular discontent
Popular movements and popular discontent
International Financing for Infrastructure?
This is a course on financial markets and financing for infrastructure projects. The objective of this course is to demystify capital markets and to provide participants with a deeper understanding and appreciation of the financing options available to the public sector and private sector.

This course explains how governments, including national governments, use financial markets to finance infrastructure projects. It also offers participants a deeper understanding of the financing options available to the public sector and private sector.

The course is designed for participants who want to gain a better insight into the financing options available to the public sector and private sector. The course contains both general and specific topics covered. The topics include debt and equity financing, debt financing, capital funding, asset purchase and lifeline financing. The course is designed to provide the participants with a deeper understanding and appreciation of the financing options available to the public sector and private sector.

The course provides participants with a stronger knowledge base and vocabulary to analyze the financing options available to the public sector and private sector. The

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Introduction to Classical Music

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Introduction to Classical Music
This course is designed for students who are new to classical music. You may have heard classical music in concerts or recorded it yourself, but you don’t really know much about the instrument or music. In this course, we will learn what classical music is—and then we will build the basics of what you will need in the future. We will learn about music theory, key instruments, scales, scales, scales, chords, and how to build chords. We’ll also learn how to play the keys of the key, how to build a chord, and how to use the chord symbol to emphasize a melody. You’ll also learn about how to use a keyboard to enhance a melody. You’ll also learn how to practice playing music in a bar or concert setting, and how to make music in a language other than English. Most importantly, you’ll always have a warm and fuzzy memory of the music and music, since it’s so diverse and special.

A classical music beginner’s guide to the keys, strings, and keys of the symphonic music. You’ll learn all the key instruments, scales, intervals, music theory, and how to build chords. This course is designed to help you learn the instruments, scales, intervals, and music theory that are essential to the theory of music. You’ll also learn how to practice playing music in a bar or concert setting, and how to make music in a language other than English.Music in the Keys of the Key
The Keys of the Key
The Intervals of the Key
Chords of the Key
Introduction to Cloud Identity
This course is designed to take you from zero to accessing Amazon Cloud Identity using an iOS or Android smartphone or tablet. This is the second course in the AWS Cloud Identity specialization. A smartphone or tablet is an ideal device for the final exam, as the skills required for this test are high.

In this course, we will use a combination of video lectures, demos, hands-on labs, and hands-on exercises to get you up and running with your new device. We will use four different operating systems – Windows 8.1 (64-bit), Windows 10 (64-bit), Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (LTS), and Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (LTS). We will show you how to navigate the device and use the various applications, including the camera and the microphone, to take and render videos and photos. We will also show you how to use the microphone to make calls and stream music.

The devices we use for testing vary from phone to phone, tablet to tablet, laptop to laptop, and even desktop to mobile. Some phones will work with a web browser, others will not. Some will not have an Internet connection at all, some will have a micro

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Introduction to Typography

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Introduction to Typography
Typography is the field of visual and visual information systems that emphasizes the interconnection of form and function: design principles, information architecture, and the use of typography to support these goals.

Typography is in the eye of the beholder; it will always be a work in progress. You will learn by doing.

This course will take you from the basics of typography (the types of information and their sources) to the field of typographic information systems and they apply to a wide variety of applications.Module 1: Understanding Types
Module 2: The Keyboard and the Mind
Module 3: The Display
Module 4: The Postscript
Introduction to Data Analytics
This course is designed to give you a basic understanding of data analytics and the role of data in decision making. We will cover topics such as how data is created and how analysis is carried out, data compression and decoding, and how data is used for and how business processes are managed.

We will also cover topics such as analysis and visualization which will cover different types of data and different types of charts and graphs.

We will use data from a variety of sources, including business processes, business processes used in production, business processes used in analytics, and data from various disciplines including statistics, modeling, and data visualization.

By the end of this course you should be able to explain the role of data in business decision making and enable your audience to understand the importance of data in everyday life.Data Introduction
Analytic Tools
Visualization
Converting Data to Meaningful Presentations
Introduction to Deep Learning
This course will give you a deep understanding of deep learning and its applications. We will cover topics such as how deep learning is developed, the different deep learning algorithms and frameworks, and how deep learning applications are created. We will also introduce some of the most popular deep learning frameworks, such as Tensor Flow, and demonstrate how they fit into the broader data science framework. We will teach you how to tune these neural networks to perform a task at a high accuracy, and how to apply specific deep learning algorithms to a wide variety of problems. This course will enable you to immediately use deep learning in your career.Module 1: Deep Learning and Machine Learning
Module 2: Deep Learning Processes
Module 3: Neural Networks
Module 4: Deep Learning Applications
Introduction to Data Visualization
This course will give you a basic understanding of data visualization and how to apply different visualization techniques for a variety of data types. We will cover topics such as data clustering, bar charts, text rendering, and working with data across time. We will also show you how to apply different programming techniques for visualization, including a variety of interpreted languages, code generation

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Magic in the Middle Ages

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Magic in the Middle Ages: Artefacts and Objects
This course provides an introduction to the Middle Ages through the study of medieval objects and artifacts. In addition to the objects themselves, we will delve into the objects, spells, magical powers and contexts of the Middle Ages. The course will also feature interviews with experts. This is the third course in the Middle Ages: Antiquities specialization that explores the objects, people, and events of the Middle Ages from the world of the medieval Middle East all the way to the very heavens.

The course will cover subjects such as:
– Magic in the Middle Ages: Objects, spells, and magic;
– Magic in the Middle Ages: Magic and Spells;
– Magic and Spells: Objects and Objects;
– Magic and Objects: Special Functions of Magic;
– Magic and Objects: Sources of Magic;
– Magic and Objects: Sources of Magic;
– Magic and Objects: Spells and Wands;
– Magic and Objects: Sources of Magic;
– Magic and Objects: Quizzes and Sealed Magic;
– Magic and Objects: Sources of Magic;
– Spells and Wands: Sources of Magic;
– Objects and Objects: Quizzes and Sealed Magic;
– Objects and Objects: Spells and Wands;
– Objects and Objects: Sources of Magic;
– Objects and Objects: Quizzes and Sealed Magic;
– Spells and Wands: Sources of Magic;
– Objects and Objects: Spells and Wands;
– Objects and Objects: Sources of Magic;
– Objects and Objects: Quizzes and Sealed Magic;
– Objects and Objects: Curses;
– Curses and Sealed Magic;
– Spells and Wands: Curses;
– Objects and Objects: Spells and Wands;
– Objects and Objects: Sources of Magic;
– Spells and Wands: Curses;
– Objects and Objects: Curses;
– Curses and Sealed Magic;
– Objects and Objects: Spells and Wands;
– Objects and Objects: Curses;
– Curses and Sealed Magic;
– Objects and Objects: Curses;
– Curses and Sealed Magic;
– Objects and Objects: Curses;
– Objects and Objects: Seals and Wands;
– Objects and Objects: Curses and Seals;
– Objects and Objects: Curses;
– Spells and Wands: Curses;
– Objects and Objects: Curses;
– Spells and Wands: Curses;
– Objects and Objects: Seals and Wands;
– Objects and Objects: Curses;
– Curses and Seals: Curses;
– Objects and Objects: Curses;
– Spells and Wands: Curses;
– Objects and Objects: Seals and Wands;
– Objects and Objects: Curses;
– C

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Modern Art & Ideas

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Modern Art & Ideas: New Media, New Places
Do you want to know how to re-imagine your art and create new forms and expressions? This course will give you an understanding of the ways in which the digital revolution has affected the ways of the mind, leading to the creation of new ideas and expressions. Through visual examples, you will learn how the use of digital technologies have led to the democratisation of expression, and the creation of new artistic, artistic-legacies. In addition, you will be introduced to some of the most important issues in the debate about digital technologies and expression, including the critical question of the role of culture in the digital revolution. If you are interested in the ways in which digital technology is being used in the arts, this course is for you!Introduction to Modern Art & Ideas: New Media, New Places
Digital Technology & Expression
Creative Problem Solving
Cultural and Social Issues & Decisions
Modern & Contemporary Art
Modern and contemporary art is a rich mix of experimental, experimental, and experimental styles. Founded in 2014 by artist and Duke professor, Pedro Lasch, the school focuses on Spanish-American art, American and European modernism, and contemporary architecture. The school has produced some of the most important artists of our time, including: Rafael Viñoly, Hans Haacke, Carandiru, Hans Haacke, Andy Warhol, Vincent van Gogh, and many more. Lasch has been described as “the father of American contemporary art.” His works are on view at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and the Whitney Biennial.The School & the Artist, Pedro Lasch
The Class & Its Teachers
How Art and Education Work Together
Introduction to the American Dream, Rafael Viñoly
Introduction to the American Dream, Carandiru
Introduction to the American Dream, Andy Warhol
More C# Programming and Unity
This course is the second course in the specialization about learning how to develop video games using the C# programming language and the Unity game engine on Windows or Mac. Why use C# and Unity instead of some other language and game engine? Well, C# is a really good language for learning how to program and then programming professionally. Also, the Unity game engine is very popular with indie game developers; Unity games were downloaded 16,000,000,000 times in 2016! Finally, C# is one of the programming languages you can use in the Unity environment.

This course assumes you have the prerequisite knowledge from the previous course in the specialization. You should make sure you have that knowledge, either by taking that previous course or from personal experience, before tackling this course. The required prerequisite knowledge is listed in the “Who this class is for” section below. Throughout this course you’ll continue building your foundational C#

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Seeing Through Photographs

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Seeing Through Photographs: Exploring Difference and Representation
This course is designed to share the beauty of taking photographs, bringing you a step closer to a master class in the art of photography at university. We will look at the subject matter from different perspectives and bring you closer to the camera: from the subject matter, the frame, the medium, composition, and the frame. We will focus on the differences between photographs and paintings, and explore the subject matter in new ways. We will also look at the ways in which photography is practiced and the reasons for differences. We will explore the technical, artistic, and aesthetic aspects of photography, using the camera to bring you more photographs.Welcome to Seeing Through Photographs
Getting Started with Photographs
Getting Started with Photography as a Profession
Making Pictures by Photographs
Lesson 4: Introduction to Photography for Self-Portraits
This is Lesson 4 in the series entitled Introduction to Photography. This Lesson is focused on the practical skills you need to get started using your new, fully functional camera: a compact, lightweight, and practical camera that you can take for a ride. We will cover topics such as how to find your camera’s shutter speed, how to set up your lenses, how to make pictures with the camera, how to use the settings you have gained, and the use of different filters. You will also learn the practical techniques for how to get pictures from shaky to clear, from overexposed to protected, and from edited to fresh. You will also learn about the different types of flash bulbs, and the different types of film stock. To wrap up the Lesson, we will end the course with a self-portrait, which means taking pictures of yourself, and you will practice and learn the skills you need to make pictures for yourself.Pictures from the Past
Pictures from the Present
Picture Quality
Self-Portrait
Sustainability and Sustainability in Practice: Building Sustainability Solutions at the Platform
This 4 week MOOC focuses on sustainable development and economic growth through an integrated approach at the micro and macro levels. It contains a series of 4 assignments, which are designed to systematically probe and examine sustainability and sustainability issues at the micro and macro levels of the economy, with an emphasis on economic development at the macro level.

The first assignment is specifically designed to probe the sustainability issues of a local community in the city of Rotterdam. The local government of Rotterdam is currently undertaking a large scale phase of sustainable development program, and the local community has been requesting that the development process be further extended so that the city of Rotterdam can continue to be a dynamic and prosperous city.

The second set of 4 assignments focus on the implementation of sustainable development solutions on the city of Rotterdam’s local level. The most important issue

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Terrorism and Counterterrorism: Comparing Theory and Practice

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Terrorism and Counterterrorism: Comparing Theory and Practice
Terrorism and counterterrorism are two distinct but related fields with strong intersection of criminal and civil law. This course focuses on the legal framework that governs both terrorism and counterterrorism and considers the challenges faced by the various authorities in the fight against terrorism. The course starts by assessing the state of the art in terrorism investigations, culminating in the development of post 9/11 counterterrorism strategies. The course will examine the use of evidence in terrorism cases and the standards to apply in conducting an investigation. It will examine the different types of witness, including government witnesses, suspects, and innocent third parties, and the standard of admissibility of evidence. It will examine the different stages of the legal process, including the different phases of the legal process including the discovery of evidence, the production of exculpatory evidence, and the admissibility of evidence. The course will examine different stages of the discovery process, including the different phases of the legal process including the discovery of evidence, the production of exculpatory evidence, and the admissibility of evidence. The course will also touch upon different aspects of the adversarial dynamic including cross-examination, cross-deposition, cross-examination with the witness, and cross-examination with the defendant. The course will focus on the discovery phase of the case when the defendant may use evidence against the state to try to get the evidence admitted. The course will also touch upon different aspects of the defense, including cross-examination, cross-deposition, cross-examination with the defendant, and cross-examination with the defense. The course will touch upon the admissibility of evidence, the production of exculpatory evidence, and the admissibility of evidence during trial.The Art of the Evidence
The 3 Stages of Discovery
Cross-Examination
Cross-Examination With the Defendant
Tricky English Grammar
This is Part 2 of the specialization. In this course, you will learn grammar rules for tricky grammar, including some general rules that you should know, such as
1. Using too much or too little of a specific word or phrase
2. Abbreviating or stating something very clearly
3. Making out or hiding a mathematical or grammatical fact
4. Using too much or too little of a specific accent or dialect
5. Using too much or too little of a specific language or cultural background

These rules will help you to recognize tricky grammar in your everyday speech, as well as in the classroom. In particular, you’ll learn about two new types of tricky grammar, common everyday words and phrases, and the new difficult words and expressions that are fun to write. You’ll also learn about some new grammar rules for special topics, such as music, books, and cooking.Tricky Words and Phrases
Keeping it Simple: Conjunctions, Tuning Words, and Verbs
More Tricky Words

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/terrorism