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Recent Products

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  • Engage your intermediate French students with this course highlighting the language and cultures of the Francophone world. Students will explore Guadeloupe, France, and Québec as they learn to express their opinions on themes such as music, cuisine, language, identity, sports, and culture.
  • This 1-hour module explains and illustrates tools that improve meetings, with emphasis on interactive practice in realistic video simulations. It is designed to be embedded in any courses where students could benefit from improved meeting skills. MeetingU, along with CollaborativeU and ConflictU, is part of the "Collaboration Suite."
  • Help students learn to collaborate effectively in any class with significant team projects. Faculty teaching a course with a significant team project component (more than 5 weeks) can embed this innovative mini-course to help their students be more successful in group activities.
  • For fall 2022, Unit 1 is available for evaluation. The full set of learning materials will be published prior to the spring 2023 term. See the Learning Objectives and Course Outline tabs for the full scope and sequence of the material. Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis: A Campbell Collaboration Online Course provides an overview of the steps involved in conducting a systematic (scientific) review of results of multiple quantitative studies. These steps include: problem formulation, searching for relevant literature, screening potentially eligible studies, coding and critically appraising studies, synthesizing results across studies using meta-analysis, reporting and disseminating results, and updating or re-analysis of data.
  • The College Physics 2 course is an algebra-based Physics course covering electricity and magnetism, optics, and modern physics.
  • The Student Cognition Toolbox (SCT) is a short course companion (or “sidecar”) introducing and providing direct practice in study strategies that are informed by learning science research. This version of the SCT uses examples taken from the study of Anthropology, and gives study skills recommendations based on different topics in Anthropology.
  • The Student Cognition Toolbox (SCT) is a short course companion (or “sidecar”) introducing and providing direct practice in study strategies that are informed by learning science research. In this version of the SCT, the material draws from material in CMU OLI’s Anatomy & Physiology course.
  • The Student Cognition Toolbox (SCT) is a short course companion (or “sidecar”) introducing and providing direct practice in study strategies that are informed by learning science research. In this version of the SCT, material from introductory chemistry is used to illustrate the application of the study strategies. This version draws from material in CMU OLI’s General Chemistry course.
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OLI’s website has undergone a refresh, and so has the student registration process. Watch the video to see how easily students can register with a Course Key.

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