Distance Education Course Proposal Form 2008-2009 Course Title & NumberDistance Education Course Proposal Form 2008-2009 Course Title & Number
Course Title & Number: English 7- critical Thinking and Writing Across Disciplines
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Students must see their professor and sign a contract no later than the first week of classes, or they may be dropped from the course
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1. Does knowing that Lois\1. Does knowing that Lois's disability label or diagnostic category tell you what accommodations will be needed and effective?
She introduces herself as Lois and then says that she is a tbi survivor and explains that she will need accommodations like extra time on all of her tests
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Film As LiteratureFilm As Literature
Students learn to critically view and appreciate the technical and historical development of the world cinema, different movie genres, and the director as auteur
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Personal and Community HealthPersonal and Community Health
This a fast-paced sixteen-week course with no classroom meetings; therefore, it is imperative you are aware of the course requirements and corresponding timeline
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Personal and Community HealthPersonal and Community Health
This a fast-paced sixteen-week course with no classroom meetings; therefore, it is imperative you are aware of the course requirements and corresponding timeline
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Personal and Community HealthPersonal and Community Health
This course is totally asynchronous (on your own) to allow for flexibility in your personal schedule while earning college credit
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Students must see their professor and sign a contract no later than the first week of classes, or they may be dropped from the course
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Psychology 650, section 11 (3 credit hours), crn 31232 Psychology 450, section 11 (3 credit hours), crn 27696Psychology 650, section 11 (3 credit hours), crn 31232 Psychology 450, section 11 (3 credit hours), crn 27696
We will read most of the Handbook of Evolutionary Psychology (2005) edited by David Buss, and discuss its chapters in class. There will also be three short take-home essay exams. Graduate students, but not undergraduates
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Advanced colloquium for graduate students the french revolutionAdvanced colloquium for graduate students the french revolution
Some course materials, including the syllabus, may be found on my faculty web page at
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Faculty Name: Victoria Sansome Course Delivery Method (check one)Faculty Name: Victoria Sansome Course Delivery Method (check one)
X online (all instruction is online except for an campus orientation and the final exam)
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English 101: Composition IEnglish 101: Composition I
Walk-in office hours: Friday 2: 30-4: 00 in Dunford Hall or Sunday 3: 30-5: 00 in Hodges 321-c (third floor)
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Dr. Melissa DeckmanDr. Melissa Deckman
Attention will also be given to the history of the women’s movement and the current status of women’s organizations. We will also focus on how various public policies, including workplace issues, family issues
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Summer assignmentSummer assignment
Oxford, England and during the Black Plague. I am a big sci-fi fan. I’ll tell you about some of the weird jobs I’ve had when we meet…it took me a while to find my teaching path. I can’t wait to meet you and get started on our work together!
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Baroque art in seventeenth-century europeBaroque art in seventeenth-century europe
Caravaggio, Bernini, Poussin, Velázquez, Rembrandt, and Rubens, as well as such issues as the development of illusionistic ceiling decoration, the theoretical basis of Baroque art, the politics of early modern art in Europe
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