minicourse

min·i·course

 (mĭn′ē-kôrs′)
n.
A short, usually intensive course on a subject of study.
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minicourse

[ˈmɪnɪˌkɔːs] N (US) → cursillo m
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This event was conceived with the objective of promoting the integration and articulation between researchers in the area of materials of the Brazilian Midwest region, through the dissemination of research and trends of the area, through Plenary Lectures, a Minicourse, Sections of Oral Communication and a Poster Section.
For a limited time, JAX is offering free access to the first online MiniCourse we released, History and Development of the Mouse Model System.
It is important to note that this kind of course scheduling does not refer to the idea of simply providing less content, as in a minicourse or workshop that requires less time to teach, or as in a nanocourse, which condenses content to an overview (Ramirez et al., 2015).
When, in October and November of 1980, I was reading Cortazar's short stories "Axolotl" or perhaps "Casa tomada"--I had not yet begun to tackle Rayuela--and listening to anecdotes from my professors who had spent time with Cortazar during his brief stay in Norman, one hundred students at the University of California at Berkeley were attending a minicourse, made up of eight classes, taught by the late novelist and short-story writer.
Xiao, A minicourse on stochastic partial differential equations, vol.
There were some awkward half-measures as the exam was being phased out--1 -credit Exam prep minicourse with a Medieval Lit session teamtaught by David Caron and Bill Paulson, anyone?--but Ross's "abolitionism" prevailed in the end.
Editors Bray, Galloway, Mazzeo, Sesum present readers with a collection of academic lectures delivered in the Graduate Minicourse section of the 2013 Park City Mathematics Institute session on Geometric Analysis.
Trainees attributed their success at least in part to a greater understanding of workplace culture and natural supports as reflected in the content of the minicourse. This points to the feasibility of training direct service employment staff to implement effective evidence-based job support practices that maximize the inclusion of employees with disabilities and reduce the dependence of the employer and employee on the long-term presence of an agency staff member.
It also introduced me to materials (criminology, peace/ justice studies) that I had never been exposed to in my undergraduate career and acted as a minicourse in very specific topics.
ASPIRING writers will be heading to a Northumberland library this month as the venue plays host to a free minicourse.
Xiao, A Minicourse on Stochastic Partial Differential Equations, Springer, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, 2006.