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Originally created for the 2014 Coursera course titled, “Understanding Violence,” Professor Pamela Scully discusses the... see more

A site mainly geared to upper grades or middle school but very useful for early undergraduate classes, too. Provides... see more

A site mainly geared to upper grades or middle school but very useful for early undergraduate classes, too. Provides... see more

A site mainly geared to upper grades or middle school but very useful for early undergraduate classes, too. Provides... see more

Helps students to create complex research questions

EduTube was launched to provide a solution to these two problems. EduTube is a platform launched in April 2008 which... see more

This online lesson explores the intersection between critical thinking and cognitive therapy.

This online lesson introduces users to a method of decision making and problem solving that is designed to help them to... see more

A multi-media presentation of three key Medieval thinkers, Anselm, Aquinas, and Roger Bacon.

This NOVA site shows how forensic investigators tease secrets from the well-preserved bodies of people buried long ago in... see more

A very interesting article on issues related to gender and sexuality in Japanese anime written by David Gauntlett,... see more

This site looks at conflict through a communication lens. It explores the nature of conflict, ways we might respond to... see more

This site is an educational resource that explores literature in translation. The site has modules dealing with major... see more

What plagiarism is--the different types. Examples of sources used incorrectly and then used correctly.

This about how do the garifuna people in Honduras make the casave

August 2016 - This link was updated. In my Working with Joan folder, I provide my students with a list of assumptions I... see more

August 2016 - This link was corrected. What is your philosophy of teaching? What adjustments will you have to make... see more

Distance Learning course on the relationship between media and culture. Developed and first offered in Fall of 1999.... see more

This is a companion web site to the award-winning twenty-four episode documentary that appeared on television in 1998.... see more