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Franz Kafka - Introduction So let's return, shall we, to our tried and tested Encyclopedia Britannica for an introduction to the life and work of Franz Kafka. Encyclopedia Britannica - Franz Kafka Your discussion task: You can talk about one of two things (or both, if you

Sigmund Freud - Introduction This somewhat lengthy Encyclopedia Britannica article (Freud lived a long life in which he wrote a lot, so it makes sense that the article will be lengthy) gives a thorough introduction to Freud's work: Sigmund Freud Your discussion task: How would you summarize the

The purpose of this checkpoint is to get you started on your MyModule project by first analyzing what a module can look like. At this stage you figure out what the modules are all about. You analyze one of the modules in the course from

Friedrich Nietzsche - Introduction Let's begin slowly. Here's the Encyclopedia Britannica article on Nietzsche: Friedrich Nietzsche Your discussion task: You might have heard about Nietzsche before, and some of you will be familiar with his work. What surprises you most about his life? REMINDER: if someone has already

Marx Marx and his pal Engels, in Berlin. Karl Marx: Introduction This entry from Encyclopedia Britannica provides a thorough overview of Karl Marx's life and work: https://www.britannica.com/biography/Karl-Marx Your discussion task: What did you know about Marx before reading this article? What did you learn about him by reading

Photo by Katerina Pavlyuchkova on Unsplash In early 2018 I became an Open Education Fellow with eCampusOntario, one of six Ontario educators appointed to this position. The goals of the OE Fellows program are pretty straightforward: be an advocate for open educational practices and a creator of open educational resources; promote awareness into