Learn about the material that helped build our cities, agriculture, and even clothes. Introduction to Steel, now self-paced, will give you an overview of this fascinating metal and all of its uses. Through hands-on experiments, demonstrations and examples you will learn how we use steel in our everyday lives. The previous run of this engineering course had great success with an astounding 29% completion rate! Hear...
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Interested in developing sought after skills to improve your employability? Want to advance or change your career? Check out the field of computer programming and build your computer programming skills. Computer programmers and software developers create apps and design websites. They develop new software programs and write languages that computers can follow. They help power and style websites, networks and systems, mobile devices and more....
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Talent is Universal, Opportunity is Not. This holiday season, give the gift of education. In need of a last minute gift idea? Donate to edX this year and support free education for everyone, everywhere. Your donation will help support our nonprofit mission and help improve lives of learners around the world. You can also invite your friends and family to join you in one of more than...
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Happy #CSEdWeek, #HourofCode! EdX and CSEdWeek invite learners of all ages, from around the world, to explore computer science and learn to code. CSEdWeek brings awareness to the growing field of CS, and asks learners, specifically K-12, to try their hand at an “Hour of Code.” This May, edX visited a local elementary and middle school in Cambridge, MA, using one of our CS courses, Programming in Scratch, in...
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We are thrilled that PCMAG.COM has honored edX with its Editors’ Choice designation in its May 29 edition. Earning 4.5 out of 5 stars and an editor rating of “excellence,” edX received the top spot in the magazine’s Education & Reference Comparison Chart. To fully experience all that edX courses have to offer, PCMAG.COM’s reviewer registered for and completed two edX courses—Exoplanets from the Australian National University, and UC...
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Interested in learning how mobile smartphones and tablets convert digital information to and from electromagnetic signals in the radio frequency (RF) spectrum? Debating whether television (TV) band spectrum or cellular spectrum is more valuable to society? Want to build a radio transmitter and receiver, or develop a business plan for a wireless network deployment in your hometown? What problem could you solve using wireless technology?...
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