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Instruction Medium- English

Course Time- 3 Hour

Evaluation Method- 3 Short Quizzes + 1 Assignment

We are often invited to give a talk in a seminar or conference because of our knowledge of a subject. But few of us have been given the knowledge and skills of how a talk should be structured or how to deliver a talk. Giving a presentation, then, can be a frightening prospect for many of us. This course is meant to correct these deficiencies and give you the confidence and skills to become an effective speaker. This short course will help you to deliver a good talk regardless of venue or timings by proving tips and guideline.The course is an initiative of Professional Skills Training Centre (PSTC) under James P. Grant School of Public Health, BRAC University.The course is funded and supported by USAIDs’ Next Generation of Public Health Experts Project (NGPHEP).

Instruction Medium- Bengali

Course Time- 2 Weeks (3 Hour/Week)

Evaluation Method- 2 Short Quiz

This course provides an introduction to quantitative research methods in public health. The aim of the course is to familiarize students with quantitative research methods, as well as to guide them to gain practical skills of conducting quantitative research. As survey research is considered to be the main method of quantitative research, students will sequentially learn all its’ stages from identifying a research topic to data collection, data analysis and data presentation.The course is an initiative of Professional Skills Training Centre (PSTC) under James P. Grant School of Public Health, BRAC University.The course is funded and supported by USAIDs’ Next Generation of Public Health Experts Project (NGPHEP).

Teaching with Moodle: An Introduction is a free course for anybody who wants to use the Moodle learning platform for teaching, whether it be in a school, a university, a company or just personal interest!

Designed to provide a good foundation and context to Moodle, the course covers the basics of the open source (and free!) learning platform, including how to set up and effectively use Moodle in teaching. The course features:

  • Structured, easy to understand content
  • Live webcast tutorials each week
  • Activity-based learning where participants create their own courses
  • Grading tools, creating activities such as quizzes, wikis, forums and chats, as well as student management
  • You can progress through most of the course at your own pace, but please be aware that there are some group activities