Would you like to own your The university has been using Adobe's new mobile and tablet app called Articulate Storyline to shift on-campus learning toward more of a mobile learning experience. In this movie, you'll see how the college uses the app to teach a basic introduction course to first-year students, and how it might be used for a Master of Public Health course. The Articulate Storyline application manages and stores quizzes, assessments, games, reading materials, courses, and more, and allows faculty to create their own branded modules and view information about each module in a user-friendly interface. Moreover, they can see the current performance of objectives and whether students are able to reach the course milestones. In this movie, Ken Nolletuk ( one of the founders of Articulate Storyline ) shows you how the course management functionality of the app can be used to add new objectives, add assessments and record student outcomes. You'll also see how the app-based learning tools can be used to support student engagement.
A national effort to collect, preserve, educate, and disseminate information about the history of race relations in the United States before, during, and after the Civil War centralizes collections, archives, and exhibitions – with scholars and volunteers working closely together.
First published in Toronto in September 1960, this controversial book provoked a national controversy that highlighted novel methods and a new approach to academic freedom. Erich Fromm argued that the study of history is an integral part of education. He considered that historical studies encompass a discipline of thought and analysis that is independent from any one historical epoch. Fromm stressed that because of the irreducible fallibility of all knowledge, the study of history has to be based on the rejection of all dogmatic, truth absolutist principles. The need for contextual understanding was a central point to his argument. d2c66b5586