Digital Skills: Digital Marketing
This FutureLearn course offered by Accenture Consulting discusses the types, aims, and benefits of different digital marketing strategies.
Digital Skills: Mobile
This course provides a broad introduction to the history, design, and importance of mobile technology, showing how individuals and businesses can use it to their advantage.
Digital Skills: Social Media
Digital Skills: Social Media is a FutureLearn course by Accenture Consulting that discusses ways social media can help you build your brand by identifying your audience, using a voice that resonates, and delivering a clear message.
Digital Skills: User Experience
This FutureLearn course from Accenture dives into the fundamentals of user experience design, showing how transformative a great design can be, and how to achieve it.
Digital Skills: Web Analytics
Digital Skills: Web Analytics is a FutureLearn course by Accenture Consulting that discusses different types of analytics, how to measure the success or failure of your business decisions, and the challenges associated with data.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Steve Coll examines what preceded 9/11 with an account of the U.S. response to the terrorist attacks, the clandestine operations of the C.I.A., and Pakistan's Inter-services Intelligence Directorate.
Director Sam Feder opens a window to the depiction of trans people in Hollywood, encouraging viewers to see trans people as human beings, not as objects of fascination.
This course teaches you to become a constructive self-disruptor by embracing different perspectives and constantly being on the lookout for ways to improve your thinking.
Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging
Talent expert Pat Wadors helps us learn to make our workplaces fairer, more engaging, and equitable.
Do Not Disturb
Award-winning journalist Michela Wrong delves into the hypocrisies of the Rwandan government, exploring how a group of insurgent rebels went from overturning a dictatorship to becoming one, and the reluctance of the West to admit this.
Do Over lets you know how you can improve the core skills you need to build an amazing career: relationships, skills, character, and hustle.
Do What You Are
Paul D. Tieger, Barbara Barron, Kelly Tieger
Do What You Are will help you discover your personality type and how it can lead you to a more satisfying career that corresponds to your talents and interests.
Dollars and Sense
Dan Ariely, Jeff Kreisler
Dollars And Sense explains why it's so hard to manage money and teaches you how to combat false cues and natural desires so you can reach your financial goals.
Don Katz: How I Built Audible
How I Built This, Guy Raz, Don Katz
Don Katz, founder of audiobook platform Audible, shares the ups and downs of his journey in this November 2021 episode of How I Built This with Guy Raz.
Doubt: a History
Jennifer Michael Hecht
Doubt: A History takes a fascinating look at the historical influence of doubt on science, religion, and the way we think today.
In Doughnut Economics, economist Kate Raworth makes the case for how to fix our economic system while transforming society and repairing our relationship with the planet.
Downfall: The Case Against Boeing
This documentary investigates the build-up to two tragic Boeing plane crashes in a chilling exposé of U.S. corporate culture, greed, and complacency.
Dreamland unravels the story of the United States' opioid crisis, from the frustrating greed and oversight that created it to the spread of these substances, while highlighting potential solutions.
Daniel H. Pink
Drive explores what has been motivating humans throughout history, and explains how we shifted from mere survival to the 'carrot and stick' approach that's still practiced today – and why it's outdated.
Drug Use for Grown Ups
Dr. Carl L. Hart
This book uncovers the mysteries surrounding drugs such as opioid, heroin, and amphetamine, along with the baseless biases among scientists, drug-control agencies, and the public about recreational drug use.
East Side Voices
Helena Lee's anthology of essays from British Asian writers explores cultural identity, race issues, and personal histories to highlight the lived experience of this community.