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    An introductory computer networking course focusing on how the Internet works and the principles of designing networks and network protocols Engineering Mar 31 2015 Engineering ResGeo202 Reservoir Geomechanics This interdisciplinary course addresses a wide range of geomechanical problems that arise during the development of oil and gas reservoirs EarthSciences Mar 31 2015 EarthSciences LPL SP Language Proof and Logic An introduction to the study of first order logic and deductive reasoning with attention to the relationships between formal and informal reasoning 55 Materials Fee Philosophy Mar 07 2015 Philosophy IntWomensHealth International Women s Health Human Rights Overview of critical issues in women s health and human rights including discrimination poverty violence and unequal access to education food paid work and health care GlobalHealth Jan 30 2015 GlobalHealth DiggingDeeper1 Digging Deeper Making Manuscripts Digging Deeper Making Manuscripts introduces you to the study of early text technologies focusing especially on the medieval book and other written objects English Jan 20 2015 English StatLearning Statistical Learning Learn some of the main tools used in statistical modeling and data science We cover both traditional as well as exciting new methods and how to use them in R HumanitiesandScience Jan 20 2015 HumanitiesandScience QMSE 02 Quantum Mechanics for Scientists and Engineers 2 Starting from a basic knowledge of quantum mechanics this course shows how to use and understand it in a broad range of modern applications Engineering Jan 15 2015 Engineering PWR Adventures in Writing A series of interactive learning modules designed to help users acquire develop and refine effective written communication skills VPUE Jan 12 2015 VPUE CS1 Compilers This course discusses ideas in the implementation of compilers Learn how a program for humans is translated into a program more suited to machines Engineering Nov 03 2014 Engineering NCP 101 Introduction to the Natural Capital Project Approach Discover how to integrate nature s value into decisions affecting the environment and human well being HumanitiesSciences Oct 15 2014 HumanitiesSciences SBRR Stocks and Bonds Risks and Returns Examine the financial concepts that inform the value of stocks and bonds and how to make smart decisions as an investor GSB Oct 13 2014 GSB ANES204 Medical Education in the New Millennium Interdisciplinary course exploring the future of medical education Featuring thought leaders educators innovators physicians and technologists Medicine Oct 02 2014 Medicine Haptics Introduction to Haptics Learn how to design build and program haptic devices that engage users through their sense of touch This is a self paced course Engineering Oct 01 2014 Engineering QMSE 01 Quantum Mechanics for Scientists and Engineers An accessible but substantial introduction to quantum mechanics for anyone with a reasonable college level understanding of physical science or engineering Engineering Sep 30 2014 Engineering IntroChE Introduction to Chemical Engineering Overview of chemical engineering through discussion and engineering analysis of physical and chemical processes Engineering Sep 24 2014 Engineering ANES205 Patient Engagement Design How do we empower patients to improve their own health Learn the neuroscience psychology and design principles behind effective patient engagement

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  • About Stanford Online
    In the meantime please review our Help Center articles where answers to many common questions have been posted About Contact About Lagunita Lagunita is Stanford s instance of the open source software release of the Open edX platform which was developed by the joint Harvard MIT non profit organization and which Stanford engineers have been collaborating on since April 2013 Lagunita hosts many of the free online courses that are taught by Stanford faculty and made available to lifelong learners around the world for self enrichment Lagunita also hosts a variety of professional education opportunities in conjunction with many of Stanford University s schools and departments All of the personal and professional learning opportunities that are hosted on Lagunita and open to the public are made available through Stanford Online and listed at https lagunita stanford edu courses To see our complete catalog of Stanford Online courses on Lagunita and other platforms you can visit http online stanford edu courses Careers Technology is disrupting higher education We believe universities can benefit from this if it s done right Supporting basic education and computer science research is core to what we do We also believe that universities should be in control of how this space evolves and that an open source platform is the best way to do that Our engineering team is small and productive five engineers one PM and two course ops staff We do our own operations and QA We install several times per week We like being close to our customers faculty staff students since that motivates the right kind of innovation We run a lightweight mostly Agile development process with quick daily standups group planning and frequent demos We work on the Stanford Campus What we work on is mostly driven by our customers but we

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  • Create your Stanford Online learning and research account! | Stanford Lagunita
    Information E mail Full Name Needed for any certificates you may earn Public Username Will be shown in any discussions or forums you participate in cannot be changed later Password Additional Personal Information Highest Level of Education Completed Doctorate Master s or professional degree Bachelor s degree Associate s degree Secondary high school Junior secondary junior high middle school Elementary primary school None Other Gender Male Female Other Year of Birth 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938 1937 1936 1935 1934 1933 1932 1931 1930 1929 1928 1927 1926 1925 1924 1923 1922 1921 1920 1919 1918 1917 1916 Mailing Address Please share with us your reasons for registering with Stanford Online Stanford University pursues the science of learning Online learners are important participants in that pursuit The information we gather from your engagement with our instructional offerings makes it possible for faculty researchers designers and engineers to continuously improve their work and in that process build learning science By registering as an online learner you are also participating in research intended to enhance Stanford s instructional offerings as well as the quality of learning and related sciences worldwide In the interest of research you may be exposed to some variations in the course materials Stanford does not use learner data for any purpose beyond the University s stated missions of education and research For purposes of research we may share information we collect from online learning activities including Personally Identifiable

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  • Log into your Stanford Online Account | Stanford Lagunita
    mail Briefly describe your issue Tell us the details Include error messages steps which lead to the issue etc Close Thank You Thank you for your inquiry or feedback We typically respond to a request within three business days In the meantime please review our Help Center articles where answers to many common questions have been posted Please log in to access your account and courses We re Sorry Stanford

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  • Digging Deeper: The Form and Function of Manuscripts | Stanford Lagunita
    of manuscripts the methods by which they are conserved and the digital means that are transforming the field of manuscript studies We will look at the development of music move beyond the European tradition to study non Western manuscripts and see how digital methods are allowing for new inquiry and posing new problems In pursuing these studies you will study some of the most significant and beautiful books held by the university libraries of Cambridge and Stanford Digging Deeper is a five week course with each week featuring filmed sequences of experts with manuscripts reading assignments a short transcription and self test quizzes Assignments will help you further your knowledge of how to access manuscripts in person and online skills in codicology the study of the medieval book and the physical make up of manuscripts palaeography the describing and analysis of medieval scripts and transcription the reading and interpretation of writing in manuscripts Participants who finish the course will earn a Stanford Statement of Accomplishment Digging Deeper The Form and Function of Manuscripts builds upon the Winter 2015 course Digging Deeper Making Manscripts but that class is not a prerequisite to this course Prerequisites There are no prerequisites for this course Course Staff Professor Elaine Treharne Elaine Treharne is Roberta Bowman Denning Professor of Humanities at Stanford University She has published over fifty articles and twenty six books on Old and Middle English on Manuscript Studies and latterly on Text Technologies Her most recent book is Living Through Conquest The Politics of Early English 1020 to 1220 OUP 2012 She is currently completing the Oxford Very Short Introduction to Medieval Literature OUP 2015 and The Phenomenal Book 600 to 1200 Elaine is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of the Royal Historical Society and a Trustee of the English Association She has spent all her career thrilled by the connection between past and present that emerges from the study of old books and their users Dr Benjamin Albritton Benjamin Albritton is the Digital Manuscripts Program Manager at Stanford University Libraries He oversees a number of digital manuscript projects including Parker Library on the Web Stanford University s digitized medieval manuscripts and a number of projects devoted to interoperability and improving access to manuscript images for pedagogical and research purposes His research interests include the intersection of words and music in the fourteenth century primarily in the monophonic works of Guillaume de Machaut the uses of digital medieval resources in scholarly communication and transmission models in the later Middle Ages Dr Suzanne Paul Suzanne Paul has a PhD in Medieval Studies and is the Medieval Manuscripts Specialist at Cambridge University Library responsible for looking after a collection of several thousand items ranging from fragments of ancient papyri to illuminated manuscripts of the Middle Ages and Renaissance While a big part of her role is cataloguing describing and researching manuscripts what she enjoys the most is sharing her love of manuscripts with others through digitization projects teaching and outreach Dr Orietta

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  • Your Body in the World: Adapting to Your Next Big Adventure | Stanford Lagunita
    effect of heat on the body There s no air conditioning in this section Look forward to learning about hyperthermia cooling techniques heat injuries and some practical tips on dealing with the heat Aging The EnvPhyz team gets old Get ready for a trip to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT to learn about the impacts of time age on our physiology With age comes wisdom so be prepared to glean a few gems from this section and learn some tips that could change the trajectory of your aging Look forward to learning about the causes of age associated changes which ones are inevitable and which ones you can influence Stress The EnvPhyz team throws a big curveball as last minute changes make a big impact on the story Anne and Corey give their bodies to science to explore stress and its affect on your body This section is sure to elevate your heart rate so get ready for a wild ride Look forward to learning about the stress response chronic stress and some practical tips on how to manage stress in your daily life Altitude The team travels to the Army Research Station near Boston and to Pikes Peak Colorado to get you up close and personal with altitude research Expect some adventures good science and rough transitions to altitude exposure Look forward to learning about acute altitude exposure chronic altitude exposure serious altitude risks and some practical tips on preparing for that next trip up to the mountains Variable Pressures After being subjected to so many environmental conditions Corey finally gets his opportunity to strike back Expect some high flying adventures into the world of variable pressures Look forward to learning about g forces zero gravity and the high pressures of deep water diving About the team The EnvPhyz team is composed of professors students storytellers and video producers We interface with academic researchers and real life people in order to create an experience that draws students closer to science We make fun experiential videos on each topic that lead the student into other supporting online learning materials that explain the underlying physiology Support for this project comes from the Stanford Vice Provost for Online Learning VPOL the Dean of Humanities and Sciences and the Program in Human Biology Anne L Friedlander PhD Instructor The heart and soul of the team Anne has been teaching in the Program in Human Biology at Stanford University since 1997 Dr Friedlander received a BA in Biology from Wesleyan University a Masters and PhD in Exercise Physiology from the University of California Berkeley and conducted her post doctoral training in the Division of Endocrinology Geriatrics and Metabolism at the Stanford University School of Medicine Dr Friedlander has broad research experience in the areas of metabolism environmental physiology and using physical activity to promote healthy aging This course is a product of her dedication to physiology passion for teaching and love of the outdoors She hopes you enjoy taking the course as much

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  • Creating Effective Online and Blended Courses | Stanford Lagunita
    discussion forum to see if others have encountered or solved your problem Creating Effective Online and Blended Courses Register for O P E N Overview Creating Effective Online and Blended Courses Creating Effective Online and Blended Courses was produced by the Open Learning Initiative at Stanford University with contributions from the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning at Stanford University These resources were partially funded by O P E N the Open Professionals Education Network which is sponsored by the Gates Foundation to support Department of Labor DoL Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College Career Training TAACCCT grantees These resources designed for a general audience of instructors at 2 and 4 year higher education institutions will help such instructors develop online courses or incorporate online learning approaches in their on campus classes A separate Stanford focused version will be released by winter of 2016 In our initial release six of the eight modules will be available The remaining two in grey will be released as they are built Introduction How do I navigate these modules What can I expect to get out of it How are online courses different from on campus courses Course Organization How can I structure my partially or fully online course Learning Objectives How do I formulate clear learning outcomes for my students Assessment How do I foster and measure student learning outcomes Activities What activities such as guided discussions reflection exercises simulations and games can I use to support learning Content Presentation How can I most effectively use videos HTML and other media to present course content Social Presence Motivation How do I build genuine community to keep students motivated Iterative Design How can I use platform data to improve my course over time Self Paced Resources These modules self paced meaning there are no deadlines and the materials will be available indefinitely for you to work through on your own schedule The eight modules can be completed in any order and should serve as a resource for you during the creation of your online course Prerequisites These resources are designed for instructors at 2 and 4 year institutions of higher education who have experience teaching on campus No prior online teaching experience is necessary Staff These resources were developed by the Open Learning Initiative at Stanford University with contributions by the Stanford Office of the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning For more information about each of these groups please visit their homepages Frequently Asked Questions Do I need to buy a textbook There is no required textbook A resource that might be helpful is How Learning Works Seven Research Based Principles for Smart Teaching by Susan A Ambrose Michael W Bridges Michele DiPietro Marsha C Lovett and Marie K Norman Jossey Bass 2010 Can I obtain a Statement of Accomplishment No The modules are designed to allow participants the flexibility to skip through and view whatever is relevant for their own needs Additionally all problems are ungraded to promote a learning focused experience Given

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  • Ten Premodern Poems by Women | Stanford Lagunita
    volumes of prose Object Lessons The Life of the Woman and the Poet in Our Time and A Journey with Two Maps Becoming a Woman Poet which won a 2012 PEN Award for creative nonfiction She has co edited the Norton Anthology of Poetic Forms with Mark Strand and the Norton Anthology of the Sonnet with Edward Hirsch She teaches a seminar in women poets at Stanford and has always had a keen sense of the vitality and importance of poems by women in the poetic tradition and its history Guest Speakers from the Stanford Creative Writing Program Ari Banias Ari Banias a current Wallace Stegner Fellow in poetry is the recipient of fellowships from the New York Foundation for the Arts the Wisconsin Institute for Creative Writing and the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown His first collection of poems is forthcoming from W W Norton in 2016 Kai Carlson Wee Kai Carlson Wee grew up on the Minnesota prairie He received a BA in English from the University of Minnesota and an MFA in poetry from the University of Wisconsin Madison His work has appeared in journals such as Narrative Best New Poets TriQuarterly and The Missouri Review which selected a group of his poems for the 2013 Jeffery E Smith Editor s Prize He is currently a Jones Lecturer in poetry at Stanford Allison Davis Allison Davis is the author of Poppy Seeds 2013 She is a Wallace Stegner Fellow at Stanford University where she is completing a book about her family s trucking motel Maria Hummel Maria Hummel is the author of the poetry collection House and Fire winner of the 2013 APR Honickman First Book Prize and two novels Motherland Counterpoint 2014 and Wilderness Run St Martin s 2003 Her poetry fiction and nonfiction have appeared in Poetry New England Review Narrative The Sun The New York Times and the centenary anthology The Open Door 100 Poems 100 Years of Poetry Magazine Matthew Moser Miller Matthew Moser Miller is a born and raised Ohioan He holds an MFA in poetry from the University of Michigan and his recent work appears in The Journal Mid American Review Michigan Quarterly Review and Prairie Schooner He is currently a Wallace Stegner Fellow at Stanford Rosalie Moffett Rosalie Moffett is the winner of the Discovery Boston Review poetry prize and the Ploughshares Emerging Writer prize Her work has appeared AGNI The Believer FIELD Tin House and the anthology Gathered Contemporary Quaker Poets among others She is currently a Wallace Stegner Fellow in poetry Solmaz Sharif Solmaz Sharif s poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Poetry The Kenyon Review The New Republic and others Her work has been recognized with a Discovery Boston Review Poetry Prize scholarships from NYU and the Bread Loaf Writers Conference a winter fellowship at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown an NEA fellowship and a Stegner Fellowship She has most recently been selected to receive a 2014 Rona Jaffe Foundation Writer s Award

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