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Films of Pedro Almodovar CT Lab
Feb 25 - Apr 07
Online
Spring 2019
Films of Pedro Almodovar
This five-week class explores the celebrated work of Spanish director Pedro Almodovar, as part of the one-credit auteur series of courses exploring race, class, gender and sexuality in the Melodrama genre. This auteur series seeks to investigate how the Melodrama – a film genre typically associated with Classic Hollywood – has historically and contemporarily been utilized to simultaneously reinforce and subvert hegem...
Feb 25 - Apr 07
Online
Spring 2019
Films of Ava DuVernay CT Lab
Apr 08 - May 12
Online
Spring 2019
Films of Ava DuVernay
This five-week class explores the celebrated work of American director Ava DuVernay, as part of the one-credit auteur series of courses exploring race, class, gender and sexuality in the Melodrama genre. This auteur series seeks to investigate how the Melodrama – a film genre typically associated with Classic Hollywood – has historically and contemporarily been utilized to simultaneously reinforce and subvert hegemon...
Apr 08 - May 12
Online
Spring 2019
Design and Innovation for Sustainable Business (Online - 4 of 5)
The discipline of design has great power to shape our reality, and with that power comes great responsibility. This course equips design leaders with the tools necessary to examine the social and environmental implications of design. Students address issues of ethics and sustainability through case studies and debates and develop their own approaches to ethical and sustainable design leadership. This is one of the f...
Jan 22 - Mar 03
Online
Spring 2019
Design Thinking Fundamentals (Online - 1 of 5)
Design thinking is a practice pioneered by top design firms like IDEO and used by some of the world’s most innovative companies. In this course, you learn the methodology and develop the mindset that will equip you to better understand problems, unlock hidden needs, and design groundbreaking innovations to address those needs. We cover every element of the design thinking approach, from empathy research to ideation t...
Jan 22 - Feb 24
Online
Spring 2019
Social Media Marketing (Online)
Tap into the enormous potential of social media to effectively elevate your brand and business. In this class, we cover the essentials -- from mapping your strategy, choosing your channels, and crafting viral content to monitoring, measuring, and responding to user activity for best performance. Gain immediate actionable insights and set goals that will have you powering through your core KPIs (we'll explain what tho...
Jan 22 - Feb 24
Online
Spring 2019
The Digital Marketing Ecosystem: An Introduction (Online)
Start here to gain an excellent understanding of the exciting and ever-changing world of digital marketing. Explore the evolution of digital marketing - how it began, where it is today, and where it’s heading. Understand the digital marketing ecosystem, and how elements such as strategy, channels, and platforms interconnect. Learn to navigate industry terminologies, core concepts, and methods for creating a successfu...
Jan 22 - Feb 24
Online
Spring 2019
Design Thinking for Human Centered Healthcare (Online)
This course will introduce students to the unique design opportunities within healthcare and some of the methods used for applying design thinking to these challenges. Taking a project-based approach, students will learn to identify opportunities to create impact in their chosen context, understand the human experience of care, and develop strategies to shape a more human-centered experience for patients, staff, clin...
Jan 22 - Feb 24
Online
Spring 2019
Designing Information Graphics
More than 50 percent of our brain's cortex is devoted to processing visual information. With growing amounts of data being thrown our way on a daily and hourly basis, it is more important than ever to be able to deliver information efficiently. Information graphics is one of the most powerful means available to relay complex data to the widest audiences. Some form of information graphics touches the life of almost ev...
Jan 22 - Mar 03
Online
Spring 2019
Economic & Cultural Context of Design (Online - 2 of 5)
This course surveys the broader economic and social context in which design leaders work. We examine salient phenomena and concepts such as automation, agility, and resilience and discuss how they affect business and design practices. Students develop thought leadership around select topics to influence strategic conversations within their organizations and in their industries. This is one of the five that courses a...
Feb 25 - Apr 14
Online
Spring 2019
Design Thinking Fundamentals (Online - 1 of 5)
Design thinking is a practice pioneered by top design firms like IDEO and used by some of the world’s most innovative companies. In this course, you learn the methodology and develop the mindset that will equip you to better understand problems, unlock hidden needs, and design groundbreaking innovations to address those needs. We cover every element of the design thinking approach, from empathy research to ideation t...
Feb 25 - Apr 07
Online
Spring 2019
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