DESCRIPTION Archaeology diploma Studying the past with the help of material remains or traces that have survived to the present is known as Archaeology. When studying archaeology from Elearn College, you will acquire the skills to become an expert in the field by analysing the ritual and religious beliefs, daily life and death of the people who lived in the past through the study of the objects from their life that have survived till the present day. Components from humanities, sciences and social sciences are also combined into this Archaeology Diploma. In striving to understand how the people in the past went about their lives, interacted with their environment and designed their world, archaeologists also look for answers to big questions that can help us to tackle issues in the modern day like examining the spread of epidemics, organizing the 'perfect' diet or the effects of changes in the climate. This Archaeological Diploma Course will help students to understand the various archaeological theories and methods that can reveal some of the basic questions regarding human life from the origin of mankind till the 20th century. By studying the remains of plants, animals and humans as well as art and artefacts, you will learn how the past can be constructed from such material remains. Moreover, you will investigate the important developments that happened in the long-term human history in the social, religious, economic and technical fields. What You Will Learn 1: Introduction to Archaeology 2: Knowing the importance of archaeology 3: Understanding the different types of archaeology 4: Archaeological Investigations 5: Rules, Principles and Safety in Archaeological field 6: Post-excavation Analysis 7: Rebuilding The past 8: Ancient Human life 9: Early Food Production and Climate Change 10: Advantages of Archaeological Research COURSE OUTCOMES After completing the course, you will receive a diploma certificate and an academic transcript from Elearn college. ASSESSMENT Each unit concludes with a multiple-choice examination. This exercise will help you recall the major aspects covered in the unit and help you ensure that you have not missed anything important in the unit. The results are readily available, which will help you see your mistakes and look at the topic once again. If the result is satisfactory, it is a green light for you to proceed to the next chapter. ACCREDITATION Elearn College is a registered Ed-tech company under the UK Register of Learning( Ref No:10062668). After completing a course, you will be able to download the certificate and the transcript of the course from the website. For the learners who require a hard copy of the certificate and transcript, we will post it for them for an additional charge.
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The Greek Online School Immersion Course for adults is back! In Summer 2023 we will learn Greek in the historic Anargyrios & Korgialenios School of Spetses!
The Greek Language Summer Camp is a great way for your child to greatly improve their Greek and have fun with other international children. Our program is for children aged 6-15 years and aims to develop children’s speaking skills and boost their confidence when speaking Greek. Young learners are usually faster to learn and grasp foreign languages, especially some aspects of languages like the pronunciation and new vocabulary. This is precisely why close contact with a Greek speaking environment and native Greek speakers is the perfect opportunity for children to engage in the Greek language fast and absorb new skills very quickly.
This course is for kids and young learners who: Have completed Level 1. Know how to read, write and speak basic Greek. Communicate in simple every day activities with family and friends. Understand and use simple and common expressions in Greek.
Ideal for children! Kids in these classes benefit from personalised learning and overcome their fear of speaking Greek in front of others -and not only their teacher- from their very first lessons!
This program is tailored for Seniors (over the age of 65) who already speak Greek and would like to be given the chance to speak Greek MORE, to connect with people of similar background and interests and to expand their social network from the comfort of their home! Within a welcoming, lively, relaxed and fun atmosphere, we are focusing on discussion and activities about Greek music, cinema, history, society, nature, everyday life, travel, food and lots more!
Τhis is a customised course offered only to advanced adult learners who speak and write Greek in an advanced or proficient level. The course is supported by readers, newspaper articles, audio and video files.
This is a customised private course designed to suit your field of specialisation. The duration of this course depends exclusively on your schedule. Just inform us about when you wish to start and we will plan each lesson according to your needs. You can sign up for this course regardless of your level of Greek, as it is offered not only to beginners but also to intermediate and advanced learners. The course is supported by readers, work books, audios and videos.
This course is designed for all those who are planning to visit Greece and would like to learn and practice common and useful Greek phrases used when travelling. This mini-course introduces different aspects of Greek for tourism, working on main language points and useful Greek vocabulary through a variety of topics related to the tourist industry. After the completion of the course you will be able to communicate in basic everyday circumstances. The course is designed to be completed in 10 days – 10 lessons of 60 minutes each. The lessons are supported by slides (including readers and exercises), audios, and video files. All you need is a computer and an Internet connection, and you are ready to go!
Develop your pronunciation and fluency in speaking. Enrich your vocabulary. Become confident speakers in everyday life. Communicate effectively and interact socially in formal situations. Deal with situations when you travel to places where the language is spoken.
Developing a solid foundation in Greek grammar will help you create your own sentences correctly and will also make it easier to improve your communication skills in both spoken and written Greek. So this course has been designed to help you steadily advance with the Greek language. Here, on the Greek Online School Learning Management System (LMS) you will find all the grammar phenomena that you need to know for the A2 Level (basic knowledge) in Greek, the language that influenced all European languages.
What will you learn in this course? Comprehend academic lectures, interviews, articles, and literature. Understand anything written or spoken. Summarise texts. Express yourselves spontaneously in all situations either simple or complex. The main topics to be covered in this course are: entertainment, tourism, travel, news, social & political issues, relationships, technology, philosophy, science, greek culture & history and much more...
What will you learn in this course? Understand newspaper articles, the news and lectures and participate in discussions on a wide range of professional and specialised topics. Communicate with native speakers in all situations - everyday and formal. Deal with simple and more complex situations related to education, health system etc. Understand a wide range of simple and demanding texts and easily identify any information presented. Express yourselves spontaneously. Use language effectively for social, academic, and professional purposes. The main topics to be covered in this course are about emotions, images, mind, learning, modern life, truth & lies, technology, environment, greek culture and much more...
What will you learn in this course? Understand without any difficulty everything heard or read and express yourselves in complex situations. Communicate with native speakers with ease. Understand the main ideas of abstract topics. Speak with clarity and argue on topics by presenting advantages and disadvantages. Deal with unexpected issues concerning your everyday life (problems related to home, work, friends and family). The main topics to be covered in this course are about feelings, telling stories, achievements, making decisions, advantages & disadvantages, media, greek culture and more.
What will you learn in this course? Deal with every day social and professional situations. Understand the main topics and some details of spoken or written language. Learn how to communicate and interact socially in formal situations. Become familiar with the greek culture. Deal with situations when you travel to places where the language is spoken. Write small paragraphs in order to describe experiences, events, dreams, and express your opinion. The main topics to be covered in this course are about society, telling stories, travelling, advantages & disadvantages, agreeing & disagreeing, the greek culture and more.
The main topics to be covered in this course are about everyday activities, family, friends, life events, remembering and forgetting, characteristics of people, holidays and more; Students practise their speaking, writing, listening and reading skills in and out of class with their teachers and classmates using their books and applications; The course is based on Ελληνικά Α and Κλικ στα Ελληνικά. In addition, there is a wide range of language material designed by the Greek LOL Teachers. All lessons are supported by educational applications to help students enrich their vocabulary and practise their Greek with fun and interactive exercises, videos and games.
Understand and use common expressions in modern greek in order to be able to communicate in simple, every day situations. Introduce yourselves and others, ask and answer questions about your life such as where you come from, where you live, and exchange information about family members. Interact in a simple way as long as the person you are talking to speaks slowly, clearly, and is prepared to help. The main topics to be covered in this course are about home, work, family, daily routine, food, likes, dislikes, describing people, shopping and much more...
As the world’s first national graduate school in the Arts and Humanities, our mission is to work together to inspire researchers who are talented, caring, ethical and reflective professionals with a demonstrable commitment to generating and mobilising knowledge across a range of scholarly, professional and public communities. Our HEI members cover the whole of Scotland, from the Highlands and Islands to the Scottish Borders. Rooted in Scotland, we are an integral part of Scottish, UK and international civil society.
Founded within the tradition of the Church of England by the Duke of Wellington and King George IV, who granted our royal charter in 1829, King's has a proud history of inspiring and supporting those who seek to solve the world's most pressing problems. From research that led to the discovery of the structure of DNA and informing air pollution awareness and policy to developing life-changing therapies and making maths education available to underrepresented groups – these are some of the ways that we continue to have a transformational impact on society. We have a long and distinguished international reputation in the humanities, law, science, psychiatry, medicine, dentistry, nursing, and the social sciences. Fourteen people from King’s and its associated institutions have been awarded the Nobel Prize, including Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu for his role in South Africa’s anti-apartheid campaign, and Professor Michael Levitt for his joint work in developing multiscale models for complex chemical systems. Notable alumni include British sprinter and world-record holder Dina Asher-Smith, biophysicist Dr. Rosalind Franklin, famous for her work in X-ray spectroscopy, and acclaimed children’s writer Sir Michael Morpurgo.
We conduct interdisciplinary research into what we call 'hidden experience' and investigate experiences of health and illness which are marginalised, difficult, unspeakable, unacknowledged, or invisible. Our aim is to transform knowledge within and beyond the critical medical humanities, improve health policy and practice, and benefit the lives of communities and individuals.
ORCH (The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities) is a hub for intellectual collaboration and cross disciplinary research projects, based in the Humanities at the University of Oxford. While our funding, training and networks develop research projects and careers, our engagement activity increases the social impact and understanding of humanities research amongst a wider public audience.
School of Humanities & Social Sciences Based at the stunning and historic Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich. The School of Humanities & Social Sciences offers courses across a range of humanities and social science subjects.
University of Humanities and Economics in Lodz was established in 1993. It is one of the largest non-public institutions of higher education in Poland. In 2007, the University gained the right to award PhDs in the following subjects: linguistics in the department of humanities, information technology in the department of technical sciences and visual arts in the department of fine arts. In 2009, the University has achieved distinguished status of the Akademia.
A globally outstanding centre of teaching and research excellence, a collegiate community of extraordinary people, a unique and historic setting – Durham is a university like no other.
INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES Law in the 21st century must be very quickly adapted to modern conditions. Technologies are developing extremely fast, which means that there should be rules that will regulate them. Leading technologies can also be used in important areas of the state - for example, in the military industry. In the article cybersecurity expert Trishana Ramluckan examines options for how the state should protect itself from cyber-attacks and similar things and their legal status. The article describes this problem using the example of how it is done in South Africa - the state has created a separate department and legal acts regulating its cybersecurity.
BARKING ABBEY SCHOOL IS A VERY LARGE SCHOOL ON TWO CAMPUSES IN EAST LONDON THAT SERVES THE BOROUGHS OF BARKING & DAGENHAM AND REDBRIDGE. We are a non-selective, comprehensive twelve form entry school with a proud tradition of academic and sporting success. The school is very popular in the local community for both Year 7 and sixth form admissions and is heavily oversubscribed. Barking Abbey School was founded in 1922 as one of the first co-educational grammar schools in England at the site in Longbridge Road. At the time, it was situated in a largely rural area, with fields and farmland close by. Gradually, as Barking began to expand as a residential centre, the school became the focal point for the community with an educational provision of national standing. In 1970, Barking Abbey Grammar School was merged with Park Modern School to form the Barking Abbey School we know today. Many traditions of the old schools remain, but with important developments to enable the school and its pupils to be fully prepared to meet the challenges and opportunities of life in the twenty-first century. One thing remains central, however: we are an outstanding success. Barking Abbey school has a very large Sixth Form with approximately 450 students. As a result of this we are able to offer a large range of courses to our 16-19 year olds. We are proud of the fact that we are a multi-cultural community and we seek to celebrate our diversity in as many ways as possible. Tolerance of, respect for, and understanding of others are vital aspects of preparing young people for adult life. We want all of our pupils to Belong, Aspire, Succeed.
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Michigan Technological University is a public research university founded in 1885 in Houghton, Michigan, and is home to more than 7,000 students from 55 countries around the world. Consistently ranked among the best universities in the United States for return on investment, Michigan’s flagship technological university offers more than 120 undergraduate and graduate degree programs in science and technology, engineering, computing, forestry, business, health professions, humanities, mathematics, social sciences, and the arts. The rural campus is situated just miles from Lake Superior in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, offering year-round opportunities for outdoor adventure.
University of Vic - Central de Catalunya (UVic-UCC) offers a broad range of disciplines in the fields of science, engineering, health, social sciences, arts and humanities. Our degree courses embrace innovative methodologies, personalised learning and a practical approach that will ease your transition into the working world.
The New School of the Anthropocene is a radical and affordable experiment in interdisciplinary higher education for the digital era in collaborative association with October Gallery in London. We are an ensemble of experienced academics from the higher educational world who, in the company of diverse artists and practitioners, wish to restore the values of intellectual adventure, free exchange and creative risk that formerly characterised an arts education in the UK and beyond. The New School is registered with Companies House as a Community Interest Company and is run cooperatively. We think of ourselves as a purpose or condition, rather than an institution, open to collaboration and gathering. Our curriculum is dedicated to addressing ecological recovery and social renewal through the arts. Learning styles flex to accommodate the domestic and employment responsibilities of our students. The age-range within this heterogenous community extends from 18 to 75 and qualification-levels range from GCSE to PhD. We regard our participants as researchers from the start and they co-design their work with an emphasis on critical intervention fused with creative process. The collaborative work of the body – learning, for example, about food resilience at Calthorpe Community Garden and rainforest restoration in Puerto Rico - is assigned equal prominence to more conventional university-level activities such as textual analysis, philosophical discussion and filmmaking. We opened our doors to a first yearly cohort of 26 students in September 2022. They have joined us for 28 weekly Anthropocene Seminars led by the likes of Marina Warner, Robert Macfarlane, Gargi Bhattacharyya, Adam Broomberg, Ann Pettifor, Assemble Studio, Michael Mansfield, Robin Kirkpatrick, Esther Teichmann, Anthony Sattin, Chris Petit and Mark Nelson (Biosphere 2), whose work covers the entire range of subjects falling within the framework of the Environmental Humanities. These vigorously participatory sessions are prefaced by a movement class and are run in-person and streamed on-line to enable our planetarians to join us from Tajikistan, Egypt, US, Niger, Ireland, Scotland and France. Our teachers are gathered within an ever-extending Ensemble, not an exclusive faculty, and are paid at UCU-recommended rates for their contributions. All NSotA students also work on a research project that is individually supervised and benefits from five meetings a year with at least two Ensemble members. This contributes towards a Diploma in Environmental Humanities, rather than a degree: a means of countering an anxious culture of accreditation, which we differentiate from the principle of recognition. Our students instead carry forward a supervised portfolio of their critical and creative work accomplished over the year as testament to their development. While seeking to maintain a genuinely inter-generational student body, our recruitment continues to prioritise applicants from those with no prior experience of university. Our pay-what-you-can-afford scheme means that our students typically pay between 0.5% and 5% of the average cost of a UK postgraduate degree and enjoy double the number of contact teaching hours. This means that no one with the aptitude and desire to participate need be excluded. We have also set aside free places for forced migrants fleeing conflict across the world, which are awarded in association with Revoke and Birkbeck College’s Compass Project. The New School is to be simultaneously regarded as an applied research project that explores how an agile, self-organising model for higher education might be effectively constituted. Its processes have been fully archived with the intention of creating an open-source toolkit for educators who might seek to emulate this prototype and co-establish a sisterhood of corresponding initiatives. We are a contributing partner of the Academia Biospherica Alliance, which from 2024 will offer on-site educational programmes under the auspices of October Gallery’s parent organisation, the Institute of Ecotechnics, across the five main earth biomes of mountains, oceans, forests, desert grasslands and cities in locations such as Puerto Rico, Brazil, Argentina, Iraq, Italy, Catalonia and Egypt. This reflects our expressly collaborative ethos, as manifested further in our participation within the Ecoversities Alliance and Faculty for a Future, alongside established associations with Embassy Cultural House (London, Ontario), the London Review of Books and Birkbeck College Library, where our students enjoy borrowing rights, and prospective academic partnerships with the Central European University and Global Centre for Advanced Studies. We are also in the process of gaining recognition as a UNESCO Futures Literacy Laboratory. Our public launch in November 2021 was marked by a symposium on the future of the university in relation to biopolitical emergency, timed to coincide with COP26. It features recorded dialogues with leading thinkers available to view on our website: www.nsota.org [http://www.nsota.org]. In February 2023 the New School hosted a seminar jointly with Birkbeck’s Institute for Social Research to announce the relaunch of the Stories in Transit project founded by Marina Warner with the intention of initiating a collective research project for NSotA students. This will form a central component of a continuing second year active engagement with the present cohort following the end of the academic year in June, which is currently under collective discussion. From September 2023 our first-year cohort size will be increased to 40 students drawn from the UK and around the world. The programme will be augmented by small-group creativity classes as a means of building a collaborative environment and preparing scholars for the intensity of their project work. NSotA's debut cohort established an additional self-organised reading group, meeting on-line on Sunday afternoons with the purpose of extending discussions broached in previous Anthropocene Seminars. For the next academic year this will be formally incorporated into the curriculum. Long-term plans include the founding of a research agency with D-Fuse intending to explore innovative multi-modal representations of biocidal emergency in civic spaces. We are keenly aware that today’s university system is outmoded, sclerotic and wasteful; yoked to punishing systems of debt finance and managerial bureaucracy; and falling short in its responsibility to nurture future generations as confident participants within the complex universe in which we are all embedded. In proposing an affordable interdisciplinary education, the New School of the Anthropocene seeks to rejuvenate the core values of an adventurous education that are under sustained threat across the world. In so doing, it represents a genuine alternative for those who consider experimentation across the critical-creative seam to be the prerequisite to personal resilience and cultural renewal.
Greek Language School- Greek Lessons OnLine | Greek LOL Learn Greek online in our live virtual classes, with our qualified Greek teachers. The Greek Online School offer a variety of Greek courses for students!
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