Welcome Fall 2017 Students!

Welcome to HIS 104: Modern World History, 1500 to present. This course runs from August 29-December 12, 2017 and course content will be hosted at this site and on Blackboard. We will use a Microsoft Teams site for discussion.

Please complete the following in preparation for class:

  1. Review the course information and syllabus. Bring a copy of the syllabus to class on August 29.
  2. This section of HIS 104 is a special pilot of the Reacting to the Past (RTTP) curriculum in general education courses. We will be playing an historical role playing game the last half of the course.
  3. Contact me if you have any questions regarding the course or Reacting to the Past.
  4. Take a moment to review the general education information in the course syllabus. This course is specifically designed for Social Studies and History majors, but meets university-wide general education requirements.

I am excited to work with all of you this fall!

Fall 2016: Exam I on September 29, 2016

Reminder: Exam I on Theme 1 (Modules 1-4) will be in class on 9/29/2016.

*Please note:* all student are required to bring their own exam booklet to class.

Exam Review: Post review questions to the Tackk discussion board by 5 pm on 9/26/2016 for a review session on 9/27.

Any student who is entitled to exam accommodations MUST schedule an appointment to take the exam at the Office of Disability Services at 10 am on 9/29.

Please contact me with any questions.

Welcome Fall 2016 Students!

Welcome to HIS 104: Modern World History, 1500 to present! This course runs from August 30-December 13, 2016 and course content will be hosted at this site and on Blackboard.

Please complete the following in preparation for class:

  1. Review the course information and syllabus. Bring a copy of the syllabus to class on August 30.
  2. Fill out the student information form by 9/1. You will also need to register for a Tackk.com account (you can use your CSU credentials).
  3. Contact me if you have any questions regarding the course.
  4. Take a moment to review the general education information in the course syllabus. This course is specifically designed for Social Studies and History majors, but meets university-wide general education requirements.

I am excited to work with all of you this fall!

Welcome!

Welcome to HIS 104: Modern World History, 1500 to present. This course runs from May 23, 2016 to August 12, 2016 and all content will be hosted at this site. Selected assignments will be turned in via Blackboard.

Please review the course information and syllabus. Contact me if you have any questions regarding the course.

Also take a moment to review the general education information in the course syllabus. I am excited to work with all of you this summer!