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Introduction to Global Studies
Introduction to Global Studies
This Open Education Resource uses the United Nations Sustainable Goals to introduce students to Global Studies.
Introduction to Humanities
Introduction to Humanities
This course is an introductory survey of the genres and themes of the humanities. The material focuses on philosophy, religion, language, and the arts. As themes, the ideas of freedom, love, happiness, death, nature, and myth are be explored. Typically, a study of humanities looks at western philosophers, maybe a few of the world religions, a history of western music and western visual arts. This textbook begins to break down the barriers of limiting ourselves to learning primarily about western humanities. The question “What makes us human?” is answered by looking at many traditions.
Introduction to Humanities II
Introduction to Humanities II
This course is an introductory survey of the genres and themes of the humanities. Readings, lectures, and class discussions will focus on genres such as music, the visual arts, drama, literature, and philosophy. As themes, the ideas of freedom, love, happiness, death, nature, and myth may be explored from a western and non-western point of view.
Introduction to Humanities II
Introduction to Humanities II
This course is an introductory survey of the genres and themes of the humanities.  Readings, lectures, and class discussions will focus on music, the visual arts, drama, literature, and philosophy.  As themes, the ideas of freedom, love, happiness, death, nature, and myth may be explored from a western and non-western point of view.
Introduction to Hypothesis for annotation and discussion
Introduction to Hypothesis for annotation and discussion
Video I made for my BSU students Fall 2019, to introduce them to the app Hypothesis which we'll be using in all my online and in-person classes.
Introduction to Public Speaking
Introduction to Public Speaking
Course Description: theory and practice of public speaking with emphasis on content, organization, language, delivery, and critical evaluation of messages. Basic principles of speech from the viewpoint of composition and delivery. Emphasis on student performance stressing original thinking, effective organization, direct communication of ideas and development of critical evaluative skills. 3 credits; prerequisites—none.

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