I am glad you are considering taking this history class. This is a fun, exciting and challenging course. If you have not done so already and you would like to take the class, contact the College of the Siskiyous Admissions and Records Office to enroll. This class fills up quickly, so register today!
If the class is full, please add your name to the wait list. If space becomes available in the class, I only add people to the class if their names are on the wait list.
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Again, welcome to the class.
World Civilizations Since 1450 will explore the history of world civilizations since contact between Europe and the Americas. Students will be asked to explore the interactions of technology, culture, religion, warfare, environment and politics as they traverse the histories of various civilizations, including Asia, Africa, Europe, the Middle East and the Americas. Students will then be asked to place the histories of these civilizations into a global context. An emphasis will be placed on student interaction and the exploration of primary source materials.
This is a fully online class using the Canvas learning management system. The College of the Siskiyous’ website has detailed information about Canvas. I encourage you to read this information before the first day of class.
This is a distance education course. A distance education course is more like a face-to-face class rather than a correspondence course. In this distance education class, there is a schedule with regular due dates for objective and subjective assignments throughout the term; weekly discussion board participation is a graded requirement to ensure regular and substantive contact. Students must access the class at least three days each week in order to regularly participate in class discussions, check for announcements, read and reply to private messages, send questions to the instructor, watch assigned videos and complete weekly graded assignments.
If this is your first time taking an online class, please read College of the Siskiyous’ Online Survival Guide.
I send messages to students through their @ins.siskiyous.edu email address. Make sure to regularly check this email account.
If you have questions about this class, please email the instructor at email@example.com.I answer emails within forty-eight hours (but usually within twenty-four hours), excluding weekends and holidays.