Hindi Urdu Language for Health is an open interdiscipinary learning resource for advanced students of Hindi and Urdu language and culture.
Award winning teacher Dr. Elizabeth Richmond-Garza models an intrepid use of technology.
The Graduate Student website function offers research, instruction, and undergraduate opportunities via the college web profile service.
COERLL offers open online course materials for high-school and college foreign language teachers.
DASe technology allows the British Studies Lecture Series to be seamlessly integrated into the College web sites.
Read more about how Content Management Systems (CMS) help staff and faculty to manage their own web content.
Whitman's Song of Myself and Milton's Paradise Lost come alive for students through multimedia teaching tools.
Considering Intellectual Property, Copyright, and Creative Commons with Georgia K. Harper, the scholarly communications advisor for The University Libraries
Anthropology Professor John Kappelman is the chief author and contributor to eAnthro: A Collection of Digital Laboratories, eLucy, eSkeletons, eFossils, eForensics, and Kids eSkeletons
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