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Academie Linguistique Internationale

Algoma University

Alice Lloyd College

Cegep de Jonquière

Cegep de Sept-Iles

  • Coyle: Nonfiction

    Sharon Coyle - From January 16, 2017 to May 16, 2017

    English for Specific Programs: Nonfiction

    A college level communication course that explores reading and writing across the disciplines.

Cégep du Vieux Montréal

Centennial College

Champlain College, Saint-Lambert

College Lafleche

Collège Mérici

Coventry University

  • Nuclear Power Debate (212GED)

    Emma Hill - From April 5, 2016 to April 30, 2016

    In class students have been debating the role that nuclear power plays in a low carbon economy. They have written either a short story or a blog to document their views. 

John Abbott College

  • Geographies of the World Economy

    Laura Shillington - From August 21, 2017 to December 5, 2017

     

    The aim of this course is to place the subject of economic geography within the framework of globalization to illustrate the growing interdependence among regions with respect to economic, political, social and ecological issues.

     

  • The Quest for Knowledge (345-101-MQ)

    Violaine Arès - From May 17, 2017 to December 31, 2017

    Humanities Knowledge (345-101-MQ) course, dedicated to students registered in the Arts & Sciences (700.A0) program.

    In this course, we will survey the development of philosophical and scientific thinking in the Western world. What...

Kansai University of International Studies

Lester B. Pearson

  • Advanced Computers (May 2017)

    Jonathan Powers - From May 8, 2017 to June 30, 2017
    In this course, we will hone our competencies in the essential areas of online collaboration and digital citizenship. Concerning online collaboration, we will learn how to use some of Google Suite’s more advanced applications (such as Forms, Sites, and Hangouts), and we will expand our...

Marianopolis College

  • Gendered World Views (Winter 2017, section 8)

    Sarah Brand - From January 2, 2017 to May 31, 2017

    Pink is for girls and blue is for boys, or at least that's what many of us were taught as children. But what are these stereotypes really telling us? Assumptions like these force men and women into specific roles, and from a very young age, we socialize boys to be aggressive and girls to be nice...

  • Gendered World Views (Fall 2016, Section 9)

    Sarah Brand - From August 16, 2016 to December 20, 2016

    Pink is for girls and blue is for boys, or at least that's what many of us were taught as children. But what are these stereotypes really telling us? Assumptions like these force men and women into specific roles, and from a very young age, we socialize boys to be aggressive and girls to be nice...

  • Gendered World Views (Winter 2017, section 11)

    Sarah Brand - From January 2, 2017 to May 31, 2017

    Pink is for girls and blue is for boys, or at least that's what many of us were taught as children. But what are these stereotypes really telling us? Assumptions like these force men and women into specific roles, and from a very young age, we socialize boys to be aggressive and girls to be nice...

  • Gendered World Views (Fall 2016, Section 17)

    Sarah Brand - From August 16, 2016 to December 20, 2016

    Pink is for girls and blue is for boys, or at least that's what many of us were taught as children. But what are these stereotypes really telling us? Assumptions like these force men and women into specific roles, and from a very young age, we socialize boys to be aggressive and girls to be nice...

  • Media Ethics (Winter 2017, section 3)

    Sarah Brand - From January 2, 2017 to May 31, 2017

    Studies suggest that the average Canadian spends 19 hours online and 28 hours watching TV every week.  Many of us also listen to the radio while driving, read the newspaper in the metro, and are bombarded with advertising everywhere we go. It is therefore hard to deny that the media plays a...

  • Early Modern Knowledge (Fall 2016, Section 16)

    Sarah Brand - From August 16, 2016 to December 20, 2016

    To quote L.P. Hartley: “The past is a foreign country: they do things differently there.”  Early modern Europe (1500-1800) does indeed seem like a foreign land, where kings and queens ruled over a population that would be considered both ignorant and subservient by modern standards. And yet,...

  • Early Modern Knowledge (Section 14, Fall 2017)

    Sarah Brand - From July 31, 2017 to December 4, 2017

    To quote L.P. Hartley: “The past is a foreign country: they do things differently there.”  Early modern Europe (1500-1800) does indeed seem like a foreign land, where kings and queens ruled over a population that would be considered both ignorant and subservient by modern standards. And yet,...

  • Media Ethics (Winter 2017, section 18)

    Sarah Brand - From January 2, 2017 to May 31, 2017

    Studies suggest that the average Canadian spends 19 hours online and 28 hours watching TV every week.  Many of us also listen to the radio while driving, read the newspaper in the metro, and are bombarded with advertising everywhere we go. It is therefore hard to deny that the media plays a...

  • Early Modern Knowledge (Fall 2016, Section 17)

    Sarah Brand - From August 16, 2016 to December 20, 2016

    To quote L.P. Hartley: “The past is a foreign country: they do things differently there.”  Early modern Europe (1500-1800) does indeed seem like a foreign land, where kings and queens ruled over a population that would be considered both ignorant and subservient by modern standards. And yet,...

SUNY Brockport

  • CMC 243: Radio and Television Writing

    Ann Giralico Pearlman - From August 24, 2016 to December 23, 2016

    CMC 243 is an introductory course in writing for electronic media, concentrated on radio, TV and Internet news, commercials and public service announcements.With the successful completion of this course, students will have written promotional copy, news copy, advertising copy, and feature copy,...

SUNY Genesee Community Colllege

SUNY New Paltz

SUNY Rockland Community College

  • RCC College Writing I

    Janet Thompson - From January 24, 2017 to May 9, 2017

     

    The first part of a one-year writing sequence emphasizing the creation of clear, thoughtful prose linked to critical reading and the interpretation of the content, style and structure of essays. Seven or more essays are required, three of which will be written in class....

SUNY Ulster

The College of Westchester

  • Winter 2016-Seminar in Critical Business Issues

    Paula Cancro - From January 20, 2016 to April 20, 2016

    "This seminar course covers the strategic analysis of major newsworthy events affecting the national and global business environment. The goal of this course is to enable students to develop an awareness of how valuable being "in the know" about current events is integral to business performance...

University of Guelph

  • Management of the Biophysical Environment - 2016

    Robin Roth - From September 9, 2016 to December 29, 2016

    This course examines the role of the state in environmental issues. We examine the rationales, challenges and pitfalls inherent in state-led resource management. Students will be blogging on media coverage of important environmental issues throughout the course of the semester.

  • Management of Biosphysical Environment 2017

    Robin Roth - From September 15, 2017 to December 31, 2017

    This course will examine the concepts and methods used by the state to manage the natural environment. Through an investigation into contemporary environmental issues in Canada (with occasional reference to other areas of the world) we will develop an understanding of the particular rationales...

URI (University of Rhode Island)

Vanier College, Ville Saint Laurent, Canada