Video Clips

1. Opening Day of  Classes, Fall Semester 2013

2. On Conference Discussions (and Opinions), More on Research Paper Process

3. Popular Perceptions, Conceptions & Misconceptions – Online Conferences & Research Paper

4. More on Conferences, Research Paper Dos & Don’t

5. Final Paper, Final Thoughts

6. HIST 116 – Final Class, Final Exam, Final Thoughts (12/10/2013)

7. First Day of HIST 461, Spring Semester 2014

8. Discussions Moving Forward, HIST 461 (MLK Day 2014)

9. Term Paper Expectations, HIST 461 (February 3, 2014)

10. Term Paper Questions/Clarifications, Discussions Moving Forward
(February 10, 2014)

11. Final Two Weeks’ Discussions, Final Exam Essays HIST 461 (February 27, 2014)

12. Final Exam Clarifications, HIST 461 (March 3, 2014)

13. First Day of Class, HIST 115, Spring 2014 (March 17, 2014) – 33 min

14. Week 1 – Facts, Opinions and Interpretations (HIST 115) – 16 min

 15. HIST 125: Weeks 1-2 – Welcome, Lecture Summary, Odds, Ends, Opinions, and Interpretation – 25 min

16. HIST 125: Week 2 Video (Diffusion Of/Building On Knowledge and Technological Innovation) – 21 min

17. HIST 125: Week 4 Video and Paper Assignment (Part 1) Video (Science vs. Religion in Western Europe, 1500-1700 CE) – 12 min

18. HIST 125: Paper Assignment Citations Video (Part 2 of 2) Video – 23 min

19. HIST 125: Weeks 5-6 Video (Industrial Revolution, Science and Intended/Unintended Consequences, 1750-1945 CE) – 19 min

20. HIST 125: Weeks 7-8 Video (Science & Technology in Modern Times/the Future, 1870-2016 CE) – 19 min

6 thoughts on “Video Clips”

  1. Preston B. said:

    Thanks for the advise.

  2. I’ve never had a professor post video clips before, very nice personal touch! Thanks so much for the encouragement and advice.

  3. Helloitspatsy said:

    Even thought the video was long, I am glad I watched it, the tips for discussions are very valuable for this class.

  4. I liked the video it was very informative, it assisted in clarity with the syllabus. I am very visual, you cleared up many questions I had. I am looking forward to adding to the knowledge I have and maybe getting a better understanding of history.

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