As I think back at what happened with Hurricane Sandy, I find myself pursuing a course of action I’ve delayed doing for some time. For 11 years I’ve done my best to make digital materials available online to all students, however, I can’t continue ignoring that many students prefer that I also make my verbal comments available as well. As the horror of September 2001 thrusted me into the realm of website creation, Hurricane Sandy has pushed me into online lecturing.
This semester will be the start of this new facet of my efforts. I ask that all students who desire another resource to learn and review World History content to register for my Educreations World History course by going to the following link where they can sign up:
The course code is: 34F797
All accounts are free, but they are required to access and receive notice of new presentations.
My inaugural presentation of the Roman Empire has been published and the effort was no small feat for someone advancing in age and in need of more sleep time. I can’t promise a slew of presentations in rapid succession, but I do promise that my library of presentations will increase over time.
Students should take note that you will be able to leave comments/ questions while watching the presentations. I don’t know exactly how it’ll work but the sooner you register and watch “The Roman Empire”, the sooner I’ll find out.
Don’t forget to leave comments about the quality of the presentation and suggestions for improvement. I’m very critical of my own work and have a multitude of changes I hope to implement in upcoming episodes.