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Serenissima: The Art and Culture of Venice - Summer 2018

The course will explore the art and architecture of Venice between 1400 and 1800. Starting with a virtual tour of the city via the paintings of Canaletto, we will look at Venice’s history, unique urban development and how the problems of building in a lagoon were overcome, and how it became a vital centre for art and publishing. 53 more words


Gloriana: Elizabeth the Queen - Summer 2018

The story of Elizabeth I told in ten pictures charting her evolution from the Virgin Queen to Gloriana. Explore Elizabeth’s carefully crafted image; the men who remained by her side until the ends of their lives, the factions that revolved around the court and the way Elizabeth used courtly love to control her nobility. 87 more words


March Special First Page Critique - Dr. Mira Reisberg

Dr. Mira Reisberg has helped MANY authors and illustrators get published. She has worn just about every hat in the industry including illustrator, author, and literary agent. 2,404 more words


NDC Global Auditors Brings Training Services to Wiltshire

It’s been a busy and exciting start to the year for us here at NDC Global Auditors. In February, we moved from our Swindon offices to Trowbridge, where we have set up a Wiltshire Training Academy. 264 more words


#386 Daily dose : Coursera

On Coursera, you have access to:

Mobile learning

through our Apps for iOS and Android.

Academic and technical support

from our dedicated community of Course Mentors and our knowledgeable Learner Support team. 117 more words

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North American Indians in the 20th Century - Summer 2018

Native American Indians endured a tumultuous time in the twentieth century. They achieved citizenship but this was a double edged sword and they not all the tribes wanted this. 104 more words


Mindfulness and Meditation - Summer 2018

We will explore Meditation and Mindfulness through a variety of perspectives. These will include an introduction to the psychological and Buddhist views. We will look at the work of Professor Paul Gilbert on Compassion. 80 more words