History 1103 Fall 2023 ONLINE course

This site is for History 1103 ONLINE ONLY

Course description

A chronological and thematic introduction to the history of Western interactions with the wider world from the late 1800s to the present, The course focuses on the central themes of global interconnectivity and discussions of nationalism, war, ideological conflict, and globalization.

A guide to navigating this OER and course

This OER (Open Education Resource) is like an online workbook, all of your readings, assignment guidelines and syllabus can be found on this OER

Blackboard is where all work must be turned in-(.pdf or .docx ) (Blackboard hates all other formats)


Below is a guide to help navigate this course site a little bit. I know that some of you may be new to OpenLab so I have made this guide to ease you into the course.

There are a number important drop down menus on the main page:

You can always refer to this page as a starting point to navigate the website.

The Syllabus section also has a link to due dates for all assignments.

The weekly readings are also found in the syllabus.

Assignments :

On this page is a drop down list of all of the assignments and instructions to complete them

Cheating and Plagiarism:

On this dropdown menu, you will find the syllabus (online),  rules about cheating, the rubric for all long written assignments and generally anything that will help you read and do your assignments.

Weekly Schedule:

This is the nuts and bolts of the class and what you will use most often. It contains all of the readings, and daily writing assignment questions.