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:
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:
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 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:
Your discussion task: What did you know about Marx before reading this article? What did you learn about him by reading
Welcome to GER 272! This course introduces you to some of the most famous thinkers, creators, and doers from the German-speaking world. To begin, click on the Syllabus tab below to find out how the course works.
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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