Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by TCord1964, Oct 8, 2005.
Has to be a fascinating course! Would love to see how the stars align with Reagan’s legacy!
...yeah, onwards... https://www.udacity.com/blog/2021/05/learn-ai-fundamentals-and-microsoft-azure-for-free-with-udacity.html
1) Reagan was heavily into astrology.
2) Regan believed that alien invaders were a credible imminent threat to the earth.
3) Reagan was an actor who has a star on the Hollywood walk of fame.
I'm not exactly sure what he did there, but any of these would have been clever! Bonus points for a deliberate quadruple entendre.
My eldest did both the Microsoft Azure Fundamentals and the Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals certifications recently. He found the AI one was more interesting than the general one.
Did he earn the actual Microsoft certifications or a third party course?
Actual Microsoft certifications.
Some free stuff here: https://pulse.xamk.fi/
There's a thread somewhere on DI where people note XAMK will not send transcripts to anyone but yourself. Because of that, you can't get the credits evaluated by WES.
Of course, but I think that are non-Credit courses anyway.
It's complicated. You can't get the PDF ones sent to anyone besides yourself but you can pay something like 50€ to have them sent by snail mail. So, I think you could get them evaluated by WES if you really wanted/needed. However, ACEI will gladly evaluate the electronic PDF even without XAMK sending it to them directly. So, that's a possible option.
Either way, I agree with Mac Juli that the Pulse courses appear to be non-credit.
Artificial Intelligence & Drug Discovery
There are no more certificates available for this free Indian program, but I think those video records are still informative.
Cool! I see the course designer also wrote a book, Artificial Intelligence in Pharmaceutical Sciences. It's on Amazon.
Free nutrition course: https://academy.nutrition2change.com/product/the-basics-of-meal-planning/
No idea who these guy are. But I am fairly sure they are no radical Islamists, so, have a look if you want to:
Agile certification in 15 minutes. Well, maybe useful for someone here:
Woo! I finished it on my second attempt, haha, I sped through the thing and finished in like 5 minutes (both attempts)...
The Cert looks pretty cool, I wonder, anyone know how these automated certificate things work?
Basically, I want to do something like this... a free course and get a free cert of completion...
Any providers you guys can think of that provides this type of service for free or cheap?
Thank you, Mac. I also completed and rescued my certificate in the junk box.
The Open University offers that one here:
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