World CulturesRegistration

REGISTRATION FORM   The registration form for General Education 110 and 111 (and other on-line courses offered at Washington State University) can be found at http://www.eus.wsu.edu/edp/genpro/regform.htm.


GENERAL EDUCATION 110   General Education 110 is currently being offered as an on-line course. You can take the course in its on-line version, in a CD-ROM version, or in a paper version.

   All of the resources for this course are on-line: an on-line textbook called World Cultures by Richard Hooker and Richard Law, a glossary of world cultures, and all the assignments. You can access this course by going to the following address:
http://www.wsu.edu:8080/~dee/110/110.HTM


   All the resources are for this class are published on a CD-ROM: the textbook, World Cultures, and its glossary, the course, course schedule, and all the assignments. To access the course on the CD-ROM, simply double click the file 110.HTM and Netscape Navigator will automatically be launched and the title page displayed in the browser window. You can bookmark this title page or any other page; you must, however, have the CD in the CD-ROM player for your browser to load the bookmarked pages.

   The CD-ROM version also includes a directory of applications that you'll need. These applications are divided into three directories: the MACAPPS directory contains Macintosh applications; the PC16APPS directory contains applications for 16-bit Windows machines (that is, Windows 3 or Windows NT 3); the PC32APPS directory contains applications for 32 bit Windows machines (that is, Windows 95 and Windows NT 4).

   The paper version of the course includes a cloth textbook (World History by Duiker and Spielvogel), and a course packet that includes the schedule, the primary readings, the glossary, the learning modules by Richard Law, and all the assignments. You can order the course reader from Extended Academic Programs


GENERAL EDUCATION 111   General Education 111 is not currently available for registration; it will be finished by the end of March or early April.

   As with General Education 110, the course will be offered in three versions: an on-line, web-based version; a CD-ROM version; and a paper version.


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