Business of Games and Entrepreneurship

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/gamedev-business

Business of Games and Entrepreneurship
This course, Business of Games and Entrepreneurship, is a beginner’s guide to the major components of starting a business or an entrepreneur. This course focuses on why starting a business or entrepreneur is important, what it takes, including how to identify your key business characteristics and take the first steps toward launching your business.

The course will introduce you to the job of game developer and entrepreneur as well as the basic principles and game production processes. You will learn the fundamentals of game development, game production, and the way games are created and sold. You will also learn how to get the most out of your time and expertise and apply the knowledge you’ve acquired throughout the specialization.

The course is designed for students who are interested in starting a business or entrepreneur but who have little background or no previous experience, and who may want to add some new or different perspective to the discussion.

Anyone may take this course for free. Anyone can use the resources and interactive tools the course provides. Anyone can apply the concepts and techniques the course teaches.

In order to receive a Course Certificate you must pass all eight graded quizzes and complete the hands-on project assignments.

To get a Course Certificate you must pass the final exam, which asks you to put into practice all the lessons and skills you’ve learned through the eight assignments.

Want to get a Course Certificate? Read the FAQ and fill out the application form.

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In case you want to test your understanding of the course content and get a certificate, we have developed a practical exam that you can try out for free.

If you enjoy this Business of Games and Entrepreneurship course, consider joining our team! We are looking for enthusiastic game developers and enthusiastic entrepreneurs! Learn more about us at www.DiGiTica.it.Some Introduction to Game Development
Game Programming
Idea Generation & Conceptual Design
Prototype & Testing
Business English for Strategic Business Intercultural Communication
This course will introduce you to the language of business communication and how it differs from other languages. You will learn basic communication strategies for international business communications, and practice communicating in English through various business channels. You will also learn about different types of intercultural communication and how to use communication strategies to reach different audiences.

You will learn about different types of intercultural communication and how to use communication strategies to reach different audiences.

Through

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/gamedev-business

Crowdfunding

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/wharton-crowdfunding

Crowdfunding and Social Impact
The field of crowdfunding has grown exponentially in the last 5 years. In fact, in the space of just a few years, the number of crowdfunding sites has tripled, funding has become more and more accessible, and the methods for achieving success have become much more sophisticated. Many people, however, are always looking for new and creative ways to raise money for their projects. In this course, we will explore the different types of crowdfunding sites, and help you determine which one best fits your needs and project budget. We will also cover topics such as private funding, Indiegogo, and SeedFund. By the end of the course, you will be able to develop a strategy for successful fundraising, and also plan for successful application of the funds toward your project. By taking this MOOC, you will acquire a firm foundation for successful application of funds toward your project.

Upon completing this course, you will:
1. Write effective pitch sheets for your crowdfunding projects
2. Choose a crowdfunding site to promote your project
3. Identify best practices for successful application of funds toward your project
4. Write effective application statements for your crowdfunding projects
5. Write effective disclaimer statements for your crowdfunding projects
6. Write effective question and answer sheets for your crowdfunding projects
7. Write effective prospectus/marketing statements for your crowdfunding projects
8. Write effective prospectus/marketing statements for your crowdfunding projectsExploration of Crowdfunding
Crowdfunding Sites
Foundations of Crowdfunders
Application of Funds toward Projects
Application of Funds toward Other Projects
C# Programming for Unity
This course is the second course in the specialization about learning how to write C# code for Unity games. Why use C# instead of some other language? Well, C# is a really good language for learning how to program and then programming professionally. Also, the Unity games 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# knowledge by exploring more C# language topics and finishing the prior course.

The material in this and the previous course is essentially our first programming course for Unity. We recommend

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/wharton-crowdfunding

Engineering Project Management: Initiating and Planning

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/initiating-planning

Engineering Project Management: Initiating and Planning
This course will provide you the opportunity to gain and apply your knowledge and skills as an engineer and project manager. You will be able to design a project management plan using the tools you’ve learned in this specialization. You will also be encouraged to think critically about the engineering challenges and opportunities presented in the project. You will be able to design a project budget, schedule, and budget control board, and you will also be encouraged to use the project budget to align the project activities with the budget. You will also be able to design an engineering schedule based on the project budget and other information available. You will be able to design a project budget control board, and you will also be encouraged to use the budget to align the projects with the budget. You will also be able to design an engineering schedule based on the project budget and other information available.

This course is designed for students who have previous experience in project management, including advanced planning, engineering engineering, and project management, and who want to jump right in. Getting and keeping a job in this field is challenging, so it is important to get the job.

This course is designed for students who have previous experience in project management, including advanced planning, engineering, and project management, and who want to jump right in. Getting and keeping a job in this field is challenging, so it is important to get the job. This course will take you from the basics of project management to the application of project management to your current project.

The course is divided into four modules, each covering the following four topics:

Module 1: Planning your Project
Module 2: Identifying Your Major
Module 3: Assessing Major Problems and Adjustments
Module 4: Going Deeper: Project Planning and Objectives

Each module is paired with a hands-on project. In addition to reviewing the material taught in the course, you will use the project management software to create your own schedule, project budget, and project budget control board.

You will need to enter the project information into the Project Management Essentials software (available for free on Google Play or by purchasing a PRO license) for the project to be considered. You should also have the software for the project that is being planned – for instance, a web server that you could use to host your project on, or a web client that you could use to manage your project. The computer that you use for the project will be assigned on the day that you complete the assignments.The Project Management Essentials Project
Planning Your Project
Identifying Your Major Problems
Adjusting Your Project
English for Media Literacy: The Need for More English in the Classroom
Welcome to English for Media Literacy: The Need for More English in the Classroom. To learn more about this course, watch the overview video by copying and pasting the following link into your web

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/initiating-planning

Entrepreneurship 1: Developing the Opportunity

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/wharton-entrepreneurship-opportunity

Entrepreneurship 1: Developing the Opportunity for Growth
Entrepreneurship 2: Investing for Growth
Entrepreneurship 3: Financing and Managing the Opportunity
Entrepreneurship 4: Closing the Opportunity for Performance
Entrepreneurship 3: Financing and Managing the Opportunity
Entrepreneurship 3: Financing and Managing the Opportunity

In this course, you will learn how to develop the entrepreneurial strategy for your company or organization. You will learn the different stages of the entrepreneurial process, the various stages of financing, and how to manage an opportunity when it is not controlled by those with more. You will also learn how to close the opportunity for performance.

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:
1. Explain the different stages of the entrepreneurial process
2. Describe the different stages of the entrepreneurial process
3. Explain the different stages of the entrepreneurial process
4. Describe the different stages of the entrepreneurial process
5. Close the opportunity for performance
6. Close the opportunity for performance
7. Close the opportunity for performance
8. Close the opportunity for performance
9. Close the opportunity for performance
10. Close the opportunity for performance
11. Close the opportunity for performance
12. Close the opportunity for performance
13. Close the opportunity for performance
14. Close the opportunity for performance
15. Close the opportunity for performance
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17. Close the opportunity for performance
18. Close the opportunity for performance
19. Close the opportunity for performance
20. Close the opportunity for performance
21. Close the opportunity for performance
22. Close the opportunity for performance
23. Close the opportunity for performance
24. Close the opportunity for performance
25. Close the opportunity for performance
26. Close the opportunity for performance
27. Close the opportunity for performance
28. Close the opportunity for performance
29. Close the opportunity

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/wharton-entrepreneurship-opportunity

Foundations of Teaching for Learning: Curriculum

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/teacher-curriculum

Foundations of Teaching for Learning: Curriculum
This course is designed to introduce you to the fundamentals of teaching for learning in K-12. Curriculum is the term for the systematic application of concepts, methods, and instructional techniques in a single or in multiple disciplines. Foundations of teaching for learning is the study of what is and is not good teaching; of the teaching process in K-12; and of the course components and modules that comprise a teaching role.

This course is for those interested in learning more advanced concepts of teaching and in developing a deeper understanding of the role of memory and cognitively-impaired students in learning. It is aimed at those who are preparing for a teaching job but who do not have formal training in K-12 education or on the grounds of disability. It is a continuation of Foundations of Teaching for Learning: Context and Methodology.

In this course, you will first learn about the topic of Foundations of Teaching for Learning: Curriculum. Then, you will be introduced to a teaching role in K-12 education and the course will focus on two types of teaching: memory-based and cognitive-based. You will then learn about the various components of a teaching role, including topics for discussion, questions for inquiry, and assignments. Finally, you will be required to produce a teaching role-based assignment each week.

You will need to order a certificate of completion, which is issued by the American Educational Research Association (EARA), from the University of Pennsylvania, for this course. The certificate will include a fee and a set of specific GED forms. Information about certificates is available here.

This course is a part of the 1-year, $49.95 course offered by the University of Pennsylvania, and funded by the University of Pennsylvania, and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Foundations of Teaching for Learning is a registered trademark of the University of Pennsylvania, and is not affiliated with, authorized by, or otherwise endorsed by the University of Pennsylvania in any way.

Please note that the free version of this class gives you access to all of the instructional videos and handouts. The peer feedback and quizzes are only available in the paid version.Foundations of Teaching for Learning Introduction
Memory-based and Cognitive-Based Teaching
Coloring and Measuring Achievement
Cognitive-based and Measuring Achievement
Foundations of Teaching for Learning Capstone: Integrating Theory and Practice
In this culminating course in the specialization, you will integrate theory and practice in equal measure to create a cohesive whole. You will engage in critical reflection on your own conceptual framework, practice integrating theory and practice, and produce a document that displays your integrated approach.

We have included a wealth of resources to help you process your final assignment. Head to our Resources section for a full overview of the content and methodology of the cap

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/teacher-curriculum

Grow to Greatness: Smart Growth for Private Businesses, Part II

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/uva-darden-smart-growth-strategy-2

Grow to Greatness: Smart Growth for Private Businesses, Part II
In this course, you will learn how to use the tools and techniques you learned in Part I to grow your private business. In addition, you will learn how to use the commercial and personal branding that your business has, so that you and your competitors can see your brand and product and service differentiation. You will be able to use the strategic positioning of your company, so that you can recruit and retain the best talent. Additionally, you will learn how to communicate and market your product and service to the largest number of consumers, so that you can increase revenue and increase profits.

Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to:
• Position your company’s brand and product by establishing products or services differentiated from competitors
• Market your product and service to the largest number of consumers
• Increase revenue and increase profits by growing your private business

Thank you for joining us!What is Branding Strategy?
Brand Positioning, Brand Imaging & Conceptual Framework
Brand Product Management, Designing the Brand Identity
Re-Building the Brand Relationship
Gay Marriage and the State
This is a course on the federal laws concerning marriage, and its implementation in fifteen states. This course is a follow-up to my course on Same Sex Marriage. This course is also a follow-up to my class on Performing and Educating with Outcomes in Mind, and to my course On Behalf of Individuals.

In this course, we will look at the question of gay marriage. We will consider the various legal and policy options available for same sex couples, including the issue of access to services, and the issue of adoption. We will also consider the issue of divorce, and its regulation in many states. Finally, we will look at the challenges for same sex couples seeking to adopt, including the issue of parenting, and the challenges faced by adoptive families.

This is a class about learning. You will be able to choose whichever course is most helpful to you, and we will look at how to learn. Different courses may provide you with the same information, or different information providers may provide you with. You may want to consult a licensed physician or other qualified health provider for advice on appropriate course topics.

Each week, we will take a look at each of the twelve topics that we will cover. We will begin by looking at what “marriage” is, and what “marriage” is for. We will look at various legal and policy options available for same sex couples, including the issue of access to services, and the issue of adoption. We will also consider the issue of divorce, and its regulation in many states. We will look at issues relating to parenting, and the issue of divorce in general. We will look at issues relating to adoption, including issues of visitation and visitation. We will also look at issues relating to child custody

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/uva-darden-smart-growth-strategy-2

Grow to Greatness: Smart Growth for Private Businesses, Part I

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/uva-darden-smart-growth-strategy-1

Grow to Greatness: Smart Growth for Private Businesses, Part I
This course is designed to provide an introduction to the fundamental principles of smart business practices, including a survey of the optimal size and type of firm to enter, as well as the different types of business models and sources of growth. This course is intended for executives, entrepreneurs, and other professionals interested in learning how to use principles of business strategy and management to grow their private business.

The course will cover topics such as the optimal size firm, maximum size firm, strategic alternatives, optimal size firm management, maximizing shareholder value, and so on.

Course topics will be presented by the instructor (Randy Testa, University of Connecticut), leading experts from a variety of business schools, and guests from the field.

The course will be peer-evaluated, and therefore you will have an opportunity to assess the content and content of the instructor’s lectures.

At the end of this course, you will be able to:

(1) Specify the optimal size firm for a given problem
(2) Choose the type of firm to enter (management vs. entry)
(3) Choose the type of firm to manage (management vs. entry)
(4) Choose the type of firm to maximize shareholder value (management vs. entry)
(5) Identify sources of growth and adopt appropriate management practices (management vs. entry)
(6) Investigate the optimal size firm to enter and the optimal size firm to manage
(7) Investigate sources of growth and adopt appropriate management practices (management vs. entry)
(8) Investigate the optimal size and type of firm to enter and the optimal size and type of firm to manage
(9) Identify sources of growth and adopt appropriate management practices (management vs. entry)
(10) Investigate the optimal size and type of firm to enter and the optimal size and type of firm to manage
(11) Investigate the sources of growth and adopt appropriate management practices (management vs. entry)
(12) Investigate the optimal size and type of firm to enter and the optimal size and type of firm to manage
(13) Investigate the sources of growth and adopt appropriate management practices (management vs. entry)

This course is intended as part 2 of a series: Grow to Greatness: Smart Growth for Private Businesses, and What is Value?

You can follow us on Twitter! #EdiBMOInstitute.

Watch our trailer: https://youtu.be/y4UEdbMOInstituteFor Immediate Action
Sourcing and Assessing Value
Forming Value Sources
Developing Growth Strategies
Global Health: Aims, Approaches and Approaches
Global Health is a multidisciplinary field that describes a range of areas from the basic biological and societal goals of the global

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/uva-darden-smart-growth-strategy-1

Learning to Teach Online

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/teach-online

Learning to Teach Online
Online is as important as ever. This course is designed to help you take your skills up to the next level in the classroom. We will cover topics such as using the Internet to connect to the outside world, creating effective spatial projects, and tutoring students.

Learning to Teach Online introduces online components to the classroom. We will cover the classroom environment in the context of learning materials, the Internet, and teaching methodology. We will also cover topics such as online assessment, effective web content, and effective web programming. We’ll also cover topics such as effective use of online video and audio to communicate effectively. In the English language, we will cover topics such as making audio/video links, and making clear and concise links. Finally, we will cover topics such as effective use of online e-learning, and effective use of online tools for teaching and learning.

At the end of this course, you will be able to:
– set up assignments and objectives using the WebKit Web Player
– use the WebKit Web Player to navigate the Web
– use various commands in the Web Player (command-line interface, Windows key + click)
– use various commands in the Web Player (command-line interface, Windows key + click)
– use various commands in the Web Player (command-line interface, Windows key + click)
– use various commands in the Web Player (command-line interface, Windows key + click)
– use various commands in the Web Player (command-line interface, Windows key + click)
– use various commands in the Web Player (command-line interface, Windows key + click)

Recommended Background: You will need Internet Explorer, Firefox or Chrome to play well in this course.
Required Tools: These are tools that you need to have access to the Internet and computer equipment in order to run programs. You will need a Windows 7, 8, 10 or 16 Bit OS. A Mac is also a requirement. You will need a computer that you can use for learning to teach. You will use the computer, not the computer of a friend or classmate, but a computer that you can use for learning to teach. You will need a PC that you can use for learning to teach, but also use for learning to play games and watch videos. The computer will be used for learning to play games, but also watch videos. This course will use the PC as a “training” device, so that you are able to go out and buy a computer that you can use for learning to teach, and use it for playing games and watching videos.Introduction to Web Development
Web Content
Commands & Commands in the Web Player
Online Assessment & Grading
Online Games
Auctions – Tools for Self-Estimation
This course is an introduction to estimation of price at auction.

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/teach-online

Social Marketing Capstone Project

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/social-marketing-capstone

Social Marketing Capstone Project
In this capstone project course, you will combine the skills from all four courses in the specialization Social Marketing Specialization to design a social marketing marketing plan incorporating social marketing objectives, measurement data, and strategies. You will have the opportunity to combine the concepts and techniques obtained through all four courses to design a plan that can be implemented by a small-medium sized firm. You will also evaluate the effectiveness of the plan and the need for adjustments as needed for the firm to reach the desired end results. You will also utilize the tools and techniques to determine the best method for obtaining the data needed to support a social marketing decision. You will complete the project and the specialization’s final assignment to ensure your understanding of the concepts and techniques have been applied to support the specialization’s specialization.

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:
1. Design a marketing plan incorporating marketing objectives, measurement data, and strategies.
2. Conduct a client analysis to determine if the client is interested in your client profile and brand.
3. Determine if the client is willing to make a financial commitment for your services.
4. Design a marketing campaign including marketing communications, customer focus, customer relationships, marketing mix and marketing mix analysis.
5. Evaluate the effectiveness of a marketing mix strategy and marketing communications strategy.
6. Determine the best method to obtain data needed to support a social marketing decision.
7. Conduct a project to implement a social marketing strategy and obtain data needed to support a social marketing decision.
8. Evaluate the performance of a social marketing initiative and its performance.
9. Conduct a project to evaluate the performance of a social marketing initiative and its performance.
10. Compare the performance of a social marketing initiative with a similar-sized initiative in the same sector.
11. Conduct a project to evaluate the performance of a social marketing initiative and its performance.
12. Compare the performance of a social marketing initiative with a similar sized initiative in the same sector.
13. Conduct a project to assess the performance of a social marketing initiative and its performance.
14. Conduct a project to analyse the performance of a social marketing initiative and its performance.
15. Conduct a client analysis to determine if the client is interested in your client profile and brand.

This course was developed by a team of CICIT experts led by Professor Giorgos Karagounis and Ben Iversen. The team consists of:

* Alvaro Hernandez (ED TESOL, MIPT),
* Katja Hallam (CTIC)
* George Low (CTIC),
* Heather Lockyer (CTIC),
* Michael Puthoff (CTIC)
* Jayne Huckerby (CTIC),
* Frank Mulhern (CTIC),
* James Puthoff (CTIC),
* Stephen Muir (CTIC),
*

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/social-marketing-capstone

The Cycle: Management of Successful Arts and Cultural Organizations

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/the-cycle

The Cycle: Management of Successful Arts and Cultural Organizations
This course provides an introduction to successful arts and cultural organizations and the principles of success. The course will highlight the key elements of success in the arts and cultural sector, and will offer practical information on how to establish, finance, manage, expand, and sustain successful arts and cultural organizations.Module 1: Understanding the Arts and Cultural Sector
Module 2: Introduction to Successful Arts and Cultural Organizations
Module 3: Introduction to Successful Organizations in the Arts and Cultural Sector
Module 4: Introduction to Successful Organizations in the Marketplace
The Economics of Healthcare
In this course, we will look at the basic economics of health care and examine the various types of organizations that serve the public. We will start our journey by exploring the basic economics of health care and examining the different types of organizations that provide this public service. We will then look at the different types of health care plans and various types of organizations that provide this service by looking at the different benefits and different types of costs that are associated with different types of plans. We will then take a brief historical look at health care in America and examine the evolution of the health care system as a whole. We will then take a closer look at health care delivery and the changes that have resulted in the current health care landscape. Finally, we will examine the role of health care delivery organizations in health care delivery economics by looking at the different types of organizations that serve the public. Our focus in this course is on the economics of health care, and we will not discuss the politics, but rather focus on the basic principles on how health care is financed.Module 1: Health Care and Health Insurance
Module 2: Health Benefits and Costs
Module 3: Health Care Delivery Organization
Module 4: Health Care Economics
The Economics of Education
This course offers an introduction to the economics of education and pedagogy. We will start by looking at the topic from a key perspective and will examine the nature and sources of differences among educational settings and the ways in which educational funding and policy are being developed. We will then take a brief historical look at educational funding and the various types of organizations that provide this service by looking at the different types of organizations that serve the public, and we will conclude by looking at the different types of organizations that provide this service by looking at the different types of organizations that serve the public. Our course will focus on the actual, empirical research that is conducted in this field. Our course will aim to provide the academic background needed to understand the empirical realities of education and pedagogy. Our course will not attempt to offer precise recommendations regarding educational funding, policy, or programs, but we will focus on the most important questions regarding education and pedagogy that we can answer using existing, readily available academic resources. Our course will not delve into the details of education matters, nor will it offer

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/the-cycle