The University of Kansas Collaborative Digital Spanish Project (Acceso) is an open-access, digital learning environment designed to promote the acquisition of Spanish and the development of cultural understanding of the varied groups of people who share Spanish as a common language.
Schneider, Jenifer. (2016). The Inside, Outside, and Upside Downs of Children’s Literature: From Poets and Pop-Ups to Princesses and Porridge. Open Education Resources. https://louis.oercommons.org/courses/the-inside-outside-and-upside-downs-of-children-s-literature-from-poets-and-pop-ups-to-princesses-and-porridge The following links of ancillary materials were adapted to support teacher preparation and children's literature courses for Elementary and Early Childhood Education majors.
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Culinary customer service and resiliency training prepares students to identify, address, and respond to demands of working in the culinary arts field including customer service and emergency situations.
This interactive textbook and course companion includes all the materials (lectures, video, supplemental readings,assignments, etc.) that students will need. The manual is organized by module and is designed to introduce students to the broad principles - in both theory and practice - of the grant – writing profession and process. This course provides students with the background necessary to identify potential funding opportunities (federal and private sources) and to develop a competitive funding proposal. The logic model and it’s essential functions as well as the proposed theory of change are discussed. This course reinforces and incorporates all the major elements of technical communication, and provides students with the opportunity to write a proposal for a real -life audience and purpose. The grant review process will also be examined.The hope is that students will leave the course with an understanding of grant writing, including the key research activities and writing methods that accompany successful preparation of grant proposals.
Discovering Literature brings to life the social, political and cultural context in which key works of literature were written. Enjoy digitised treasures from our collection, newly commissioned articles, short documentary films and teachers’ notes.
Explore the ways in which key 20th-century authors experimented with new forms and themes to capture the fast-changing world around them.
EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY (3-3-0) Prerequisites: C or better in PSYC 2120 or 2060. The application of psychology to teaching and learning. Emphasis is on practical application in the school setting. Ten hours in field experience required. Designed primarily for education majors. Others admitted at the discretion of the instructor.
Scholia are the annotations found in medieval manuscripts of Greek authors. They are found in the margins and between the lines of a primary text, or occasionally gathered in a separate codex or section of a codex. The annotations represent an amalgamation of commentary and glosses made over a long period of time, from the 2nd century BCE to the Renaissance, and designed for a wide spectrum of users, from professional scholars and advanced teachers to learners using the primary text as a means of learning classical Greek vocabulary, grammar, and style.
This edition is part of a long-term, open-ended project to provide a more extensive accounting of the annotations on the tragedies of Euripides than ever before. This book provides an edition of the prefatory material (argumenta) and scholia on the first 500 lines of Orestes: about 9000 items drawn from over 30 manuscripts.
This is eBook version of the online edition of scholia at EuripidesScholia.org, covering Release 1 (2020) with the annotations on Euripides, Orestes 1–500. This version is intended for digital preservation purposes. Updates and greater functionality are available at the online site.
This rubric was developed by BCcampus. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.This is a review of the Writers Inspire: Chaucer--https://louis.oercommons.org/courses/great-writers-inspire-geoffrey-chaucer completed by Will Rogers, Assistant Professor of English, ULM
This course is designed to introduce students to the materials, methods, and current trends in music teaching at the elementary level, AS WELL AS learn how to locate, assess, use, and cite Open Educational Resources appropriate for elementary music.
This resource includes everything needed to teach a modern world civilization course (AP or college level): a detailed syllabus, taped lectures, a primary source reader, and a PowerPoint.
This rubric was developed by BCcampus. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.The rubric allows reviewers to evaluate OER textbooks using a consistent set of criteria. Reviewers are encouraged to remix this rubric and add their review content within this tool. If you remix this rubric for an evaluation, please add the title to the evaluated content and link to it from your review.The resource is available here: https://scholarcommons.usf.edu/childrens_lit_textbook/
The goal of this project is to provide high-quality, accessible primary sources to those teaching and studying the histories and cultures of the Spanish-speaking world and the indigenous peoples of Latin America. Our modules cover a wide range of topics, but all consist of the same essential parts:
A brief introduction that provides socio-historical context for the primary document.
The text itself, often glossed for improved comprehension by non-native speakers of Spanish.
A set of activities that range from comprehension to analysis, from using new vocabulary to answering creative writing and essay prompts.
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Las siete partidas de Alfonso X «el Sabio»
El camino de Santiago y El códice calixtino
Cristóbal Colón: La narrativa del encuentro
Cicatriz de la memoria: La matanza de 1932 en El Salvador
Voces indígenas en el cine, Parte I: Indigenidad
Voces indígenas en el cine, Parte II: Narrativas del agua
This project originated in response to the Covid-19 pandemic sweeping the globe and its various knock-on effects. We created a small collection of openly available primary documents discussing epidemics from the past, such as the Black Death in Europe in the mid-fourteenth century and smallpox hitting northern Michigan in the nineteenth.
Our initial goal was to highlight similarities between past outbreaks and modern ones, including Covid-19. To that end, there are questions presented at the end of each source that inquire about parallels that can be drawn between then and now. There are also questions designed to explore similarities between the various sources themselves, to highlight patterns that can be seen across time. Our hope is that this collection will be useful not just for history classes, but also for political science, anthropology, psychology, and perhaps some of the hard sciences as well.
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“Such was the history of the plague:” from History of the Peloponnesian War
“During these times there was a pestilence:” History of the Wars
“All human wisdom and foresight were vain:” Foreword to The Decameron
A Journal of the Plague Year: Bubonic Plague in London, 1665
“The disorder, I fear, increases:” Yellow Fever in Philadelphia, 1803
“We Have a Terrible Sickness Here at This Place:” Smallpox on the Ottawa Reservation in Peshawbestown, Michigan, 1881
“I have used my best effort in a kind way:” Smallpox among the Hopi, 1898
“We Sure Did Get Tired:” Letter from a Volunteer Nurse, October 17, 1918
“Volunteers Required:” Newspaper Articles on Spanish Flu from Wausau, Wisconsin
This not-for-profit site is intended to make vocal music and lyrics of the of the early 19th century in the British Isles, Europe, Canada, the United States, and Australia more accessible. It includes contemporary music of the period and later settings (e.g., Brian Holmes's complete score for Death's Jest Book and Lori Lange's settings of Byron lyrics).
The Great Depression had an enormous impact on theatre across the United States. Productions decreased dramatically, audiences shrank, and talented writers, performers, and directors fled the industry to find work in Hollywood. But despite adversity, the show went on. The public construction projects of the Works Progress Administration built new theaters in cities across America. The Federal Theatre Project was established to fund theatre and performances across the country providing work to unemployed artists. This influx of new artists had transformed the industry, opening theatre to new voices, themes, and audiences. This exhibition explores these Depression-era changes and their impact on American theater. This exhibition was created as part of the DPLAs Digital Curation Program by the following students as part of Professor Anthony Cocciolo's course "Projects in Digital Archives" in the School of Information and Library Science at Pratt Institute: Kathleen Dowling, Laura Marte Piccini, and Matthew Schofield.
The goal of this book is to teach you to think like a computer scientist. This way of thinking combines some of the best features of mathematics, engineering, and natural science. Like mathematicians, computer scientists use formal languages to denote ideas (specifically computations). Like engineers, they design things, assembling components into systems and evaluating tradeoffs among alternatives. Like scientists, they observe the behavior of complex systems, form hypotheses, and test predictions.
This collection of Victorian Poetry and Fiction on the Great Writers Inspire site includes a selection of writers we feel to be particularly inspiring in an age dominated by authors and literature. It includes audio and video lectures and short talks, downloadable electronic texts and eBooks, and background contextual resources curated by specialists at the University of Oxford. This landing page allows users to explore topics such as The Victorian Gothic, Victorian Publishing History, Literature and Religion as well as majors authors.
The Victorian Women Writers Project (VWWP) began in 1995 at Indiana University and is primarily concerned with the exposure of lesser-known British women writers of the 19th century. The collection represents an array of genres - poetry, novels, children's books, political pamphlets, religious tracts, histories, and more. VWWP contains scores of authors, both prolific and rare.