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Frontiers of Science
Frontiers of Science Partner: David Helfand, Darcy Kelley et al.- Columbia College
Originally spearheaded by Professors David Helfand and Darcy Kelley in 2002, a team of 30 faculty and science fellows continue to develop Frontiers of Science, a new science core curriculum course for Columbia College. Students in the course attend lectures from a variety of disciplines including astronomy, biodiversity, neuroscience, and...

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Released: October 2002

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Molecular and Cellular Biology
Molecular and Cellular Biology Partner: Lawrence Chasin, Deborah Mowshowitz- Arts and Sciences
This audio-graphic approach to learning molecular and cellular biology allowed students to listen to pre-recorded lectures while viewing a hyperlinked transcript of the material, a course outline, illustrative materials, and relevant sites available online. Text, audio, video, and graphics were integrated into discrete modules with appropriate links to discussion boards...

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Released: November 2001
Archived, no longer available.
Critical Issues in Journalism
Critical Issues in Journalism Partner: James Carey, Stephen Isaacs- School of Journalism
The course website for Critical Issues in Journalism contains a rich array of online articles, video excerpts, ethics codes, recent news, lecture slides, and case studies, many of which are supplemented with broadcast and print coverage of the original news stories upon which the case is based. Students engage in...

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Released: September 2001
Archived, no longer available.
U6800: Conceptual Foundations of International Politics
U6800: Conceptual Foundations of International Politics Partner: Lisa Anderson- School of International and Public Affairs
The course website for Conceptual Foundations of International Politics houses readings from the course and links to external materials; provides an environment that allows students to discuss issues with members of their discussion sections, as well as with affinity groups whose members have common concerns and interests; captures every lecture...

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Released: September 2000
Archived, no longer available.