IE University Opens Online Training Hub in Response to COVID-19
IE University launches Building Resilience to provide open online courses, webinars, conference series, articles and videos and multimedia materials.
IE University will provide open access to online training in response to the health emergency around the world. The academic institution’s newly launched Building Resilience is a new online hub with courses, webinars, conference series, articles, expert videos, and multimedia materials, that helps users understand and prepare for the world in which we will live following the coronavirus pandemic.
As part of Building Resilience, IE University faculty and experts will analyze the post-pandemic challenges from macroeconomic, financial, technological, and social perspectives. Key topics include global governance, new leadership, globalization, the future of education, the new business reality, telework, the impact on urban management, and healthcare. Universities around the world will have free access to 36 online courses designed by IE University and published by Coursera.
30 Mar 2020Conferences, Lectures & Seminars
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Learning How to Learn, IE University’s new online course on Coursera, provides practical techniques for effective learning
IE University has designed an online course on Coursera based on “Learning How to Learn”, created by Professor Barbara Oakley and Terrence Sejnowsk.
Research shows that learning new skills later in life can help prevent memory loss and extend our lifespan To this end, IE University’s new online course, ‘Learning How to Learn’, provides practical techniques for effective learning in mathematics, technology and languages. It also addresses important issues such as procrastination and how to optimize students’ potential through a strong neuroscientific foundation.
Experts from IE University and Prof. Barbara Oakley have designed new teaching materials to understand how the brain learns. IE University is working with this Professor of Engineering at Oakland University and author of the online course ‘Learning How to Learn’, which has nearly 3 million students worldwide, on the online training platform Coursera.
25 Feb 2020Conferences, Lectures & Seminars
IE University launches the IE Center for C-Centricity
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Lack of trust in public institutions leads to higher use of cryptocurrencies
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Universities are an essential pillar for the Development of the 2030 Agenda
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04 Dec 2019Conferences, Lectures & Seminars, Events, Global & Public Affairs
IE University promotes ‘Education for Sustainability’ to enhance the role of education in driving sustainability
'Education for Sustainability' will be IE University Chairman, Deans and international figures.
IE University has just launched ‘Education for Sustainability’, a project that reflects the academic institution’s commitment to education as the driving force for change in the economy, society and the biosphere within the framework of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. Among the first initiatives, IE University has organized a series of conferences, round tables and events to coincide with COP25, the World Climate Summit that brings together experts from around the world between December 2 and December 13 in Madrid to analyze the challenges we face worldwide in terms of sustainability.
“Sustainability places human beings at the center of the universe, and our institution promotes sustainability as part of our education for leaders who will face the challenges of the future on our planet”, says Joaquín Garralda, Dean of Academic Affairs of IE University, adding: “IE University, as a founding member of Global Compact Network Spain, defends the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals as the framework for action for moving forward and responding to the most pressing global challenges.”
02 Dec 2019Conferences, Lectures & Seminars, Events, On Campus