Recently added courses

This is a list of the courses that have recently been added to Coursearena. They are sorted in descending order of the submission date. If you want to see more courses for a specific topic, just click the corresponding link in the course snapshot below.
AI for Leaders
AI for Leaders[]
....don't get left behind. Enroll in the first self directed AI program for leaders to advance your career and company.

how to create a blog
Two hours tutorial on how to create a blog

Blogging For Total Newbies
Introductory video to blogging - The Blog Beautician

Blogger Tutorial for Beginners
Short videos that introduce you to blogging

get started on writing a blog
Tutorial on how to get started on writing a blog

making espresso
Five videos to discover Espresso

becoming a Barista
Several videos to learn the basic Barista skills

Online Barista Training
Online Barista Training[]
Series of introductory videos about different coffee processes and how to become a Barista

brew wheat beer
Video that describes the brewing of wheat beer

Homebrewing Basics[]
Four videos on Homebrewing Basics

Introductory video to brewing by Brooklyn Brew Shop

Homebrew Recipe Development
On hour introductory video to the art of brewing

Innovation Strategies for Electric Mobility: The StreetScooter Case
Help your organization develop the strategies needed to become a front-runner of innovation in electric mobility and beyond.

Star Trek: Inspiring Culture and Technology
Explore the impact and influence of Star Trek on today's society and technology.

Python Data Structures
Python Data Structures[]
The second course in Python for Everybody explores variables that contain collections of data like string, lists, dictionaries, and tuples. Learning how to store and represent and manipulate data collections while a program is running is an important part of learning how to program.

Programming for Everybody (Getting Started with Python)
This course is a no prerequisite introduction to Python Programming. You will learn about variables, conditional execution, repeated execution and how we use functions. The homework is done in a web browser so you can do all of the programming assignments on a phone or public computer.

So You Want to Be a Biomedical Engineer
Learn about biomedical engineering from top names in the field and how to plot your own educational and career path.

Fighting for Equality: 1950–2018
This course begins with an examination of how the Cold War reinforced the ideals of the suburban, nuclear family and how these ideals impacted women's trajectory towards independence and equality, and ends with the rise of the Me Too movement and a look at how the 2018 midterm election ushered in a new era of women in politics.

Negotiating a Changing World: 1920-1950
Beginning with the passing of the 19th Amendment and on through World War II, explore the new cultural and economic opportunities that emerged for women in this period while gaining an understanding of how racial, familial, and legal structures placed constraints on that independence. Learn how women's contributions to the war effort provided both new opportunities and new barriers.

Wage Work for Women Citizens: 1870-1920
Departing from the Civil War years, examine how gender shaped women's work outside the home in the late 19th century. Explore efforts to affirm domesticity while providing women with paths to independence, and uncover how the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments impacted women’s political participation.

Seeking Women’s Rights: Colonial Period to the Civil War
Learn about the emergence of women's history and its impact on the study of history as a whole. Then, examine the experiences of women in Colonial America. We will learn the ways that women struggled to loosen the constraints of family by proclaiming that they, like men, possessed individual rights.

Scratch: Programming for Teachers
Learn the basics of programming and how to teach it in a playful, interactive way. Introduce yourself to the didactics of programming in primary and secondary education.

China’s Political and Intellectual Foundations: From Sage Kings to Confucius
Learn about China’s origins, its integral early thinkers, and competing states and schools of thought.

Scratch: Programming for Kids (8+)
Learn the basics of programming in a playful, interactive way. Create your own programs in Scratch, while you are learning how to write good and clear code.

Age of Sustainable Development
Learn the basics of sustainable development -- what it is, why it's important and how we can achieve it.

The Building Blocks of a Quantum Computer: Part 2
Learn how a quantum computer works. Explore the scientific principles behind it, and the software that operates it.

Earthquake Seismology
Earthquake Seismology[]
The course explores the processes that cause earthquakes, as well as the methodologies used by seismologists to analyze seismograms, to measure source parameters, and to simulate the seismic wave impact at the Earth's surface.

Comparative Judicial Systems
Learn to analyze and evaluate judicial power. Explore the relationship between courts and the political environment and discover its affect on the the transformations of contemporary political systems.

Future Robots. Towards a Robotic Science of Human Beings
Learn Robots as a new science for the understanding of human beings and the affects of robotics in the real world.

Applied anatomy of the locomotor system
Explore the structure and function of bones, joints, and muscles in the human body. This course bridges the gap between the basic and clinical science studies, with several references to common pathologies that may affect the locomotor system.

Sustainable Packaging in a Circular Economy
Learn how to apply the principles of the circular economy to sustainable packaging systems.

HOPE: Human Odyssey to Political Existentialism
What sets us apart, and brings us together, as humans? How can we live up to our humanity? Join us as we explore not only "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" but "death, freedom, and the pursuit of meaning."

Creating an Effective Child Welfare System
Child welfare policy isn’t rocket science – it’s more complex. Join us as we examine child welfare policy and discuss ways to improve the child welfare system. Adding a verified certificate allows licensed social workers to receive NASW approved CEUs.

Waste Management and Critical Raw Materials
Learn about waste management and its key role in saving critical raw materials. Gain practical knowledge of the circular economy, recycling, refurbishment, and remanufacturing as a means of identifying new business opportunities.

Empathy and Emotional Intelligence at Work
Learn research-based skills to strengthen empathy and trust, improve collaboration, and create more innovative, productive, and satisfying experiences at work.

Mindfulness and Resilience to Stress at Work
Learn research-based strategies to help you foster mindfulness, handle stress, and guard against burnout.

Innovation Leadership
Innovation Leadership[]
Learn what it takes to become an innovation leader in the 21st Century from former Medtronic Chair & CEO Professor Bill George, as he teaches you the concepts, tools and practical tips needed for innovation leadership.

Digital Transformation: Leadership
Learn how to handle leadership challenges in a digitally transforming organization and eco-system.

Digital Transformation: Business Development and Marketing
Learn how to evolve and market your product and services in a digitally transforming business landscape.

Digital Transformation: Strategy
Learn the tools and methods to navigate a transforming business landscape and capture future business opportunities.

Fat Chance: Probability from the Ground Up
Increase your quantitative reasoning skills through a deeper understanding of probability and statistics.

Digital Transformation: Market and Industry Analysis
Learn to predict what your future industry or market will look in a digitally transformed business landscape.

Causal Diagrams: Draw Your Assumptions Before Your Conclusions
Learn simple graphical rules that allow you to use intuitive pictures to improve study design and data analysis for causal inference.

Visual Presentation
Visual Presentation[]
Learn how impactful images can enhance your presentation, communication and messaging to impress your audience.

Sparse Representations in Signal and Image Processing: Fundamentals
Learn about the field of sparse representations by understanding its fundamental theoretical and algorithmic foundations.

Principles, Statistical and Computational Tools for Reproducible Data Science
Learn skills and tools that support data science and reproducible research, to ensure you can trust your own research results, reproduce them yourself, and communicate them to others.

Introduction to Kabbalah
Learn about the major ideas and practices of the Kabbalah in their historical and cultural settings.

Surface Science: Methods of Surface Analysis
Discover contemporary surface analysis techniques and learn how to choose the right method for your research.

Introduction to Data Analytics for Managers
Explore data science and analyze business data with Microsoft Azure through the use of SQL, machine learning, and other statistical techniques focused on business applications.

Visualizing Imperialism & the Philippines, 1898-1913
Remarkable political cartoons and photography at the turn of the 20th century reveal debates over US entry into global imperialism through the conquest and occupation of the Philippines. Historians tour this rich content drawn from MIT Visualizing Cultures.

Design in Healthcare: Using Patient Journey Mapping
Learn about the Patient Journey Mapping method for innovative product and service design in healthcare.

Evidence-Based Technology Management
Recognize the value of your data and leverage information assets to achieve business objectives using evidence-based practices.

Origins of the Human Mind
Learn about the evolutionary origins of the human mind by comparing our cognitive features to chimpanzees, our closest living relative.

Knowledge Management in Nuclear Energy Organizations
Learn why knowledge management is so vital to keeping nuclear power operations running safely and efficiently.

China and Communism
China and Communism[]
Explore the Maoist period of China, from the Communist Party to the death of Mao and the reopening of China.

Creating Modern China: The Republican Period to the Present
Explore the birth of modern China with a focus on the time between the fall of the Qing and the end of World War II.

Invasions, Rebellions, and the Fall of Imperial China
An overview of modern Chinese history, including the fall of the Qing and the end of imperial China.

Modern China’s Foundations: The Manchus and the Qing
Learn how the Manchus conquered the Qing and established the last of the imperial dynasties.

Global China: From the Mongols to the Ming
Explore the impact of the conquest dynasties and the world of the Ming.

Literati China: Examinations, Neo-Confucianism, and Later Imperial China
Explore China’s imperial period, with a focus on the Song dynasty and the role of the exam system in government.

Cosmopolitan Tang: Aristocratic Culture in China
Explore the reunification of China under the Tang with a focus on aristocratic culture — from poetry to calligraphy to literature.

China’s First Empires and the Rise of Buddhism
Learn about the Qin and Han dynasties, and how Buddhism and ideas of self-realization influenced the medieval period.

Contemporary China: The People's Republic, Taiwan, and Hong Kong
Use the case study method to study China from the rise of Deng Xiaoping to the present.

Strategy and the Sustainable Enterprise
Learn how sustainability issues influence corporate strategy and how corporations may transform these challenges into sources of competitive advantage.

Predictive Analytics
Predictive Analytics[]
Master the tools of predictive analytics in this statistics based analytics course.

The Art of Structural Engineering: Bridges
Learn about bridge design and discover how structural engineering is a creative discipline and art form.

Modern Japanese Architecture: From Meiji Restoration to Today
Explore traditional Japanese architecture and related political influences starting with the introduction of Western building styles in the 19th century to the influence of Le Corbusier in the mid-20th century.

Managing People: Connecting Motivation and Performance
Grow your management skills by exploring the connections between motivation, job satisfaction, well-being and performance.

Managing People: Understanding Individual Differences
Understand how personalities and individual differences affect the performance of individuals in the workplace.

ABC of Flight Mechanics: How Do Planes Fly?
Discover how airplanes work and explore simple flight mechanics: from take off and landing, to the physics of flight.

Understanding and Applying Structural Dynamics
Understand the fundamentals of dynamics and learn how dynamics can be used in the design of aerospace structures.

Representing Data with Images and Sound: Bringing Data to Life
Learn how data is represented through media; audio, visual and text

Programming 102: Think Like a Computer Scientist
Take your Python skills further. Guided by the Raspberry Pi Foundation, you’ll explore algorithms and list structures.

Confronting Captain Cook: Memorialisation in museums and public spaces
Explore the importance and far-reaching effects of the voyages of Captain Cook, and delve into the modern controversy around him.

Investigating Innovation
Investigating Innovation[]
What is innovation and why is being innovative important in your personal and professional life? Find out with this online course.

Norwegian for Beginners 2
Norwegian for Beginners 2[]
Continue to improve your understanding of the Norwegian language and Norwegian culture.

 vector algebra
A course to learn the basics of vector algebra

Complex Numbers
A course to learn about the basics of Complex Numbers

Irish 101:  An Introduction to Irish Language and Culture
Get an introduction to Ireland’s culture by learning the basics of the Irish language.

Care Home Nursing: Changing Perceptions
Challenge your opinion of what it's like to be a care home nurse and understand their importance and varied responsibilities.

Design in the Classroom with Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Learn how to teach design thinking in the K-12 classroom using Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum's innovative classroom activity.

Identifying Entrepreneurial Opportunities
Learn today's newest skills and tools for identifying and acting on entrepreneurial opportunities for startup companies and corporate innovations.

Teaching Critical Thinking through Art with the National Gallery of Art
Learn how to integrate works of art using Artful Thinking routines, effective strategies from Project Zero at Harvard University, in this online course for teachers of all levels and subjects.

IoT Data Analytics and Storage
Gain valuable insights from your IoT data to help your business succeed.

Introduction to Device Programming for IoT: C Edition
Want to become a part of the growing IoT developer community? This course teaches you how to write C-language software that controls input and output from sensors and electrical components connected to Raspberry Pi and Arduino-compatible embedded devices.

Predictive Analytics for IoT Solutions
Learn how to apply machine learning to your IoT data and gain a valuable advantage over your business competition. This course provides hands-on experience developing predictive maintenance and other ML solutions for IoT scenarios.

Business Intelligence for IoT Solutions
Discover and report the trends in your business data that lead to insights and improvements. This course will teach you how to use the latest data visualization tools to create reports using historical and live data.

IoT Architecture Design and Business Planning
Ready to migrate your IoT projects to a production environment? Need to evaluate your solution architecture and business docs before committing resources? This course provides the expert guidance and hands-on experience that you need.

IoT Device Configuration and Communication: C Edition
Ready to begin developing IoT device applications? The labs in this course will teach you how to provision, configure, program, and manage IoT devices that communicate securely with the cloud. Lab activities are framed within real-world scenarios.

Getting Started with the Internet of Things (IoT)
Ready to discover how IoT can help improve your business? Learn how IoT is helping businesses discover opportunities, gain market share, improve customer satisfaction, and increase profits in this introductory course.

Applied Data Analysis: Working in Organizations and Industries
Get hands-on practice with organizational and industry-specific analytics scenarios. This course gives you the chance to try out different applied data analyst roles so that you can be better prepared for the work of an analyst.

Storytelling for Social Change
Use stories to deliver messages that affect people. Learn how to craft a story that develops empathy and delivers impact.

Principles of Biomanufacturing: Using Biotechnology to Manufacture Medicines
Develop an integrated understanding of the creation of bio pharmaceuticals and how decisions made as early as product discovery can impact how a biologic is manufactured and delivered.

Credit and Credit Risk Analysis Professional Certificate Examination
Complete the required exam to earn your professional certificate in Credit and Credit Risk Analysis from the New York Institute of Finance.

Projections and Structuring
Learn how to prepare financial projections and structure new debt or loans.

Cash Flow Analysis
Cash Flow Analysis[]
Learn the importance of a stable and consistent cash flow.

Ratio Analysis
Ratio Analysis[]
Get introduced to the various ratios used for corporate financial analysis and learn how to customize them to assess the creditworthiness of a company.

Risk Management and Credit Principles
Get introduced to risk management, credit principles, and business risk as they relate to a borrower.

Agri-Food Systems Analysis
This course will provide an introduction to critical skills for understanding and evaluating sustainability metrics in relation to Agri-Food systems.

Qualitative Research Methods: Conversational Interviewing
A short course that will teach you how to prepare for and conduct conversational interviews, that will produce rich qualitative data.