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How to Write an Abstract

1 Lesson
3 hours
All Levels

Free International Webinar – 2112 Institute of Global Professionals – …

What you'll learn
UNDERSTAND the logic and structure of a research paper.
IDENTIFY the qualities that make a research paper effective.
KNOW what to write in every part of every section.
STREAMLINE your writing process to achieve a better paper in less time.
USE free software to create perfect citations in seconds.
MASTER English expressions that experienced writers use to write clearly and concisely.

Animation Graphics in education

1 Lesson
3 hours
All Levels

Free International Webinar – 2016 Institute of Global Professionals – …

What you'll learn
You will know how to use After Effects to make your videos better than ever
You will be comfortable using After Effects - even if you're a beginner
Know how to create a video project from start to finish in After Effects
Create professional motion graphics that improve your videos
Add creative visual effects to your video projects
Export high quality videos from After Effects and know how to use it with Premiere Pro efficiently
You will have the full support of an instructor who loves teaching

Unleash Creativity: Solving Problems Like a Pro

1 Lesson
3 hours
All Levels

Free International Webinar – 1965 Institute of Global Professionals – …

What you'll learn
Improve your logic and learn logical fallacies
Learn methods of inference like inductive reasoning and ampliative reasoning
Improve your critical thinking and learn to ask better questions of information you are presented
Improve your career and every-day quality of life by approaching everything more intelligently

How to Graph Functions with Calculus

1 Lesson
3 hours
All Levels

Free International Webinar – 1927 Institute of Global Professionals – …

What you'll learn
How to solve problems concerning limits and continuity of real-valued functions of 1 variable (illustrated with 491 solved problems) and why these methods work.
The structure and properties of the set of real numbers as an ordered field with the Axiom of Completeness, and consequences of this definition.
Arithmetic on the extended reals, and various types of indeterminate forms.
Supremum, infimum, and a reformulation of the Axiom of Completeness in these terms.
Number sequences and their convergence or divergence; the epsilon-definition of limits of sequences, with illustrations and examples; accumulation points.
Getting new limits from old limits: limit of the sum, difference, product, quotient, etc, of two sequences, with illustrations, formal proofs, and examples.
Squeeze Theorem for sequences
Squeeze Theorem for functions
The concept of a finite limit of a real-valued function of one real variable in a point: Cauchy's definition, Heine's definition; proof of their equivalence.
Limits at infinity and infinite limits of functions: Cauchy's definition (epsilon-delta) and Heine's definition (sequential) of such limits; their equivalence.
Limit of the sum, difference, product, quotient of two functions; limit of composition of two functions.
Properties of continuous functions: The Boundedness Theorem, The Max-Min Theorem, The Intermediate-Value Theorem.
Limits and continuity of elementary functions (polynomials, rational f., trigonometric and inverse trigonometric f., exponential, logarithmic and power f.).
Some standard limits in zero: sin(x)/x, tan(x)/x, (e^x-1)/x, ln(x+1)/x and a glimpse into their future applications in Differential Calculus.
Some standard limits in the infinity: a comparison of polynomial growth (more generally: growth described by power f.), exponential, and logarithmic growth.
Continuous extensions and removable discontinuities; examples of discontinuous functions in one, several, or even infinitely many points in the domain.
Starting thinking about plotting functions: domain, range, behaviour around accumulation points outside the domain, asymptotes (vertical, horizontal, slant).
An introduction to more advanced topics: Cauchy sequences and their convergence; a word about complete spaces; limits and continuity in metric spaces.

Mindset for Entrepreneurship, Technology, Innovation & Creativity 2

1 Lesson
3 hours
All Levels

Free International Webinar – 1808 Institute of Global Professionals – …

What you'll learn
Learn about essential business areas such as finance, sales, marketing, management, versatility, efficient communication and resolution.
Studying business and entrepreneurship will teach you how to cultivate a growth-orientated mindset and think outside the box innovatively.
Become aware of all the fundamental aspects of business, from starting-up to scaling-up, and recognising how they all influence each other.
Identify new ways to solve problems, meet needs, and ease pain points with the help of your new products, services or innovative processes.
Learn how to establish positively framed goals that will inspire you to take action and drive your continuous individual growth and development.
Learn how to develop your personal leadership skills, embrace your competitive (or rebellious) side, and grow comfortable taking risks.
Cultivate an innovative mindset that is solution-orientated, flexible and intuitive - essential qualities for survival in an advancing global market.
The personal benefits of studying entrepreneurship reach vastly beyond business and enterprise, leading to a notably more prosperous livelihood.
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