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Coursera Coding Courses

Coursera provides universal access to the world’s best education, partnering with top universities and organizations to offer courses online. As part of the landmark partnership between Coursera and iamtheCODE, iamtheCODE keepers will have access to 4,000+ free courses and specializations from over 150+ top universities and industry partners. If you are an iamtheCODE Keeper, speak to your mentor to learn how you can access the content for free!

To help you navigate the online platform, iamtheCODE recommends a few courses to begin to upskill your coding abilities.

Provided by the University of Michigan, Python for Everybody Specialization focuses on learning to program and analyze data with Python. You will be able to develop programs to gather, clean, analyze, and visualize data.

Access the Python for Everybody Specialization

Provided by John Hopkins University, Data Science: Foundations using R Specialization focuses on using R to visualize data, manage projects via GitHub, and learning how to ask the right questions, obtain data, and perform reproducible research.

Access the Data Science: Foundations using R Specialization

Provided by Duke University, Java Programming and Software Engineering Fundamentals Specialization focuses on using Java to teach you core programming concepts and equip you to write programs to solve complex problems. In addition, you will gain the foundational skills a software engineer needs to solve real-world problems.

Access the Java Programming and Software Engineering Fundamentals Specialization 

As a reminder, to access the courses for free you will need to be invited by your mentor from your iamtheCODE program. Contact your mentor so you make sure you get the courses for free!

Assessing Your Work 

Let iamtheCODE know how you are learning with Coursera. Fill out the Technology Assessment Form while you are taking the course or when you finish to let us know what you learned. 

You can also share what you are learning by tagging iamtheCODE on social media using the hashtag #SDG4

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