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Enhance your HTML 5 skills, discover new features and tools in Excel – one of the most popular data software programs, analyze, discuss famous literary characters Scrooge and Tiny Tim, or learn more about the recent Ebola outbreak in West Africa. EdX’s mission is not only to provide high-quality education, but also to offer a wide range of subjects and skills you are looking for! Find the right course for you and start learning today!

HTML5 Part 2: Advanced Techniques for Designing HTML5 Apps  – W3Cx – December 1, 2015

Learn new form techniques in HTML5, including Ajax and Drag’n’Drop. This computer science course will present APIs, including those for writing music and game applications, and web components useful for writing widgets associated with custom HTML5 elements.

Analyzing and Visualizing Data with Excel  – Microsoft – Starts December 1, 2015- Self-paced

Transform your data analysis and presentation with one of the most widely used data solutions programs. This data analysis course will teach you how to use the latest version of built-in business intelligence (BI) tools and new features in Excel.

Calculus 1B: Integration – MITx – December 1, 2015

Calculus is fundamental to understanding math and the world around you. This mathematics course will focus on integrals and help you gain a deeper understanding of calculus through visual interactives and real-world applications. 

Lessons from Ebola: Preventing the Next Pandemic – HarvardX – December 3, 2015

This health and safety course will give you a deeper understanding of the recent Ebola outbreak. Learn why this happened and what the international and local response was from Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Guinea. Examine what we have learned from the pandemic and how we hope to prevent a future one.

“A Christmas Carol” by Dickens: BerkeleyX Book Club –  UC BerkeleyX – December 1, 2015

A classic tale about greed and generosity, poverty and riches, sadness and hope. This literature course will examine Charles Dickens’ holiday novella. Read, analyze and discus the themes and influences of this book.

Computer Graphics –  UC San DiegoX – Starts  December 1, 2015 – Self-paced

Learn the concepts of 3D computer graphics and how to write programs to display three dimensional scenes with accurate lighting, using real time graphics. In this computer science course, you will develop a 3D time scene viewer and write interactive 3D programs in Open GL and GLSL.

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