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For a brief description of the following online education sites see "10 MOOC WebSites to Start Your Free Online Education," studentcompetitions.com (9 are listed here, one didn't have a current link, the FutureLearn.com site is an addition, description follows).
FutureLearn is an online accredited university training site similar to Coursera and EdX, however they also provide customized courses for businesses for employee training and have a B2B focus in addition to reaching students individually. (FutureLearn.com)
The FutureLearn MOOC platform is streamlined and easy to use. The courses all have a similar format to the videos, text, and quizzes, making it easy to know what to expect when signing up for another course. Other MOOC platforms have a wider variance in course style and difficulty, varying with the individual professors' or universities' style. FutureLearn gets high ratings on review sites and has a refund policy within a defined time limit. An Android and iOS app is in their future goals! (WhatToBecome.com/reviews/FutureLearn)
StuDocu.com is a support site for university students to share class notes and articles. The free service is limited, the fee is $4.99-7.99 per month varying with annual versus monthly payment. Students can identify their university and courses for more focused search results. (StuDocu.com)
SkillShare.com is a subscription service that allows use of any courses on the site. Creative art and media, website development, business, freelance, leadership, productivity and other topics for self improvement are included. Subscribers can upload their own projects. The courses are fairly short and focused on actionable skill building. A course about confidence is included in the post along with more about the (SkillShare.com) site: Peace is a breath of fresh air. (peace-is-happy.org)
Lesson plans can be created on a site by the TEDTalk video group, ed.ted.com - ed.ted.com, a lesson plan building site for students or educators. the site includes examples based on TedTalks and incorporate animated graphic videos. Tools are included for creating your own lessons and quizzes, using videos that are already available.
Civil Rights and government in the US is the focus of icivics.org - icivics.org.
The site has lesson plans and free resources about government, civic activities and developing a civic attitude. Resources for educators to support classroom and online learning activities, and online activities.; Founded by Former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor; donations accepted to help support free quality civics education being available for all students.
Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture
Sustainable Sanitation and Water Management, SSWM.info has a library of information and project examples for solutions that have helped communities in a variety of settings provide clean water and treat wastewater sustainably.
Simple water sanitation for clear water is as easy as filling clear plastic or glass bottles with clear water that may have microbes, but isn't cloudy, muddy water. Leave the bottles of water in full sunshine conditions for six to eight hours or in cloudier sunshine for two full days - in areas that are warm. See Peace makes picnics possible.
Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture, Washington, D.C.
For an overview of the nutrients involved in health and common food sources see: Macro and Micro-Nutrients: an overview and food sources,.
For more in depth information about nutrients, Linus Pauling Institute,. lpi.oregonstate.edu.
Magnesium is particularly important for protecting the brain however intestinal absorption problems can make it difficult for many conditions to obtain enough from diet or supplements. Protein and phospholipids are also necessary for the brain fluid to have reserve supplies of magnesium as it is an electrically active ion and can not be available in excess as a free ion, instead adequate back stock is held by protein or phospholipid molecules. When bound it is not electrically active but can quickly be released if needed to protect the brain or other cells in case of trauma. For more information, food and dietary and topical supplement forms of magnesium see: To have optimal Magnesium needs Protein and Phospholipids too.
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