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We are proud to present in collaboration with TED a curated series of talks plus specially commissioned educational support materials.

Social Sciences & Humanities

Psychology: Understanding Happiness

    Modules include:
  • Martin Seligman on growing happiness
  • Helen Fisher on why we love and cheat
  • Paul Bloom on the origins of pleasure
  • Dan Gilbert on freedom through limited choice
  • Questions, assignments, key terms
  • Links to additional Wiley resources

Statistics: Visualizing Data

    Modules include:
  • David McCandless on data visualization
  • Chris Jordan on turning powerful stats into art
  • Hans Rosling on stats that change your world view
  • Blaise Aguera y Arcas on images as data
  • Questions, assignments, key terms
  • Links to additional Wiley resources

Government and Politics: Cyber-Influence and Power

    Modules include:
  • Ian Goldin on navigating our global future
  • Wael Ghonim on the Egyptian revolution
  • Rebecca MacKinnon on taking back the web
  • Questions, assignments, key terms
  • Additional Wiley resources

Religion: Understanding Islam

    Modules include:
  • Lesley Hazleton on reading the Koran
  • Karen Armstrong on the charter for compassion
  • Mustafa Akyol on faith versus tradition
  • Maz Jobrani on stereotypes of Islam
  • Also included: complete Instructor Materials
  • Links to additional Wiley resources

Sustainable Consumption: Reworking the Western Diet

    Modules include:
  • Carolyn Steel on how food shapes our cities
  • Britta Riley on building a garden in her apartment
  • Ron Finley on guerrilla gardeners in South Central L.A.
  • Ann Cooper on school lunches
  • Mark Bittman on what's wrong with what we eat
  • Graham Hill on being a weekday vegetarian
  • Dan Barber on his love of fish
  • Marcel Dicke on eating insects
  • Also included: complete Instructor Materials
  • Links to additional Wiley resources

Urban Planning - Ecofying Cities

    Modules include:
  • A Steffen on hard choices facing humanity
  • J Lerner on fixing urban problems
  • E Dunham-Jones on retrofitting suburbia
  • W McDonough on green design
  • Questions, assignments, key terms
  • Links to Wiley resources

Environmental Science

    Modules include:
  • Vicky Arroyo on adapting to climate change
  • Johan Rockström on using change for innovation
  • James Balog on the destruction of the ice fields
  • Al Gore on mitigating climate change
  • Also included: complete Instructor Materials
  • Links to Wiley resources

TED Studies: Media & Journalism - Covering World News

    Modules include:
  • Ethan Zuckerman on citizen journalism
  • Alisa Miller on the 'news about the news'
  • Chimamanda Adichie on the dangers of a single story
  • James Nachtwey on the power of photojournalism
  • Also included: complete Instructor Materials
  • Links to additional Wiley resources

Science & Medicine

Marine Biology - The Deep Ocean

    Modules include:
  • Edith Widder on light-producing animals
  • Craig Venter on DNA and the sea
  • Robert Ballard on deep-sea exploration
  • Sylvia Earle on protecting the 'heart' of the planet
  • Also included: complete Instructor Materials
  • Additional Wiley resources

Physics - The Edge of Knowledge

    Modules include:
  • Murray Gell-Man on beauty and truth in physics
  • Brian Greene on making sense of string theory
  • Brian Cox on CERN's supercollider
  • Patricia Burchat on shedding light on dark matter
  • Questions, assignments, key terms
  • Links to additional Wiley resources

Neuroscience - Mapping and Manipulating the Brain

    Modules include:
  • Christopher deCharms on real-time brain imaging
  • Sebastian Seung on building a connectome
  • VS Ramachandran on mirror neurons
  • Oliver Sacks on the biology of hallucination
  • Also included: complete Instructor Materials
  • Additional Wiley resources

Statistics: Visualizing Data

    Modules include:
  • David McCandless on data visualization
  • Chris Jordan on turning powerful stats into art
  • Hans Rosling on stats that change your world view
  • Blaise Aguera y Arcas on images as data
  • Questions, assignments, key terms
  • Links to additional Wiley resources

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