CSU-Global offers an online writing center to help enrich the community in learning, teaching, and research through engaged writing practices. We provide resources and support for all writers — from students to faculty and staff — in the CSU-Global community to foster academic excellence and creativity. We do this through one-on-one tutoring and resources designed to strengthen academic reading, writing, critical thinking, and research skills. You will be connected with a writing tutor, using a shared whiteboard where you can ask and get answers to your questions.
This is a 3-credit course, offered in accelerated format. This means that 16 weeks of material is covered in 8 weeks. The exact number of hours per week that you can expect to spend on each course will vary based upon the weekly coursework, as well as your study style and preferences.
You should plan to spend hours per week in each course reading material, interacting on the discussion boards, writing papers, completing projects, and doing research. Course Description and Outcomes Course Description: This course is a survey from the end of Reconstruction in until the recent past.
It addresses economic, political, and social issues. This course fulfills a general education History requirement. Not an approved Colorado gtPathways course. This course examines major themes and turning points in the history of the United States after It analyzes the transformations in American political, economic, and social history within a global context.
Major themes include the impact of war and the spread of democracy; and the spread of civil rights and the growth of individual welfare. It also considers domestic change caused by progressivism, the New Deal legislation, and the Cold War at home.
The course ends with final thoughts on new directions for the nation. Course Learning Outcomes 1. Examine the structure of U. Evaluate the sources used for historical research including government documents, memoirs, diaries and letters, periodicals of the time, and other sources.
Evaluate the process that historians practice in their interpretation of the past. Analyze the integration of historical information into the process of critical thinking. Assess the role of the United States as a world power.
Discuss the social, political, technological, and economic changes that have shaped the United States since Failure to verify your attendance within the first 7 days of this course may result in your withdrawal.
If for some reason you would like to drop a course, please contact your advisor. Online classes have deadlines, assignments, and participation requirements just like on-campus classes.
Budget your time carefully and keep an open line of communication with your instructor.
If you are having technical problems, problems with your assignments, or other problems that are impeding your progress, let your instructor know as soon as possible. The original post must be completed by Thursday at MT and Peer Responses posted by Sunday Late posts may not be awarded points.
You may take these exercises as many times as you need. The opening exercises will not affect your final grade. Students may access and retake mastery exercises through the last day of class until they achieve the scores they desire.
Assignments are due Sunday at Although participation is not required, Live Classroom sessions are held during Week 2 and Weeks 5 or 6. There are two total sessions. A Narrative History Ernsberger Jr. American History, 48 5Explain the rationale for this type of research strategy.
Distinguish the contributions of your staff through your ideas and the solicitation of their ideas.
Your memo should be well written, pages, and conform to CSU-Global Guide to Writing and APA Requirements.
It is the primary source for the CSU-Global Guide to Writing and APA Requirements.
It is expected that all CSU-Global students and faculty will adhere to these CSU-Global requirements unless otherwise indicated within a course syllabus. The paper must be formatted correctly using APA style.
Remember, all research material used in your paper must be paraphrased and include an in-text citation. Your paper must be properly cited and formatted according to the CSU-Global Guide to Writing and APA Requirements. The Purdue University Online Writing Lab serves writers from around the world and the Purdue University Writing Lab helps writers on Purdue's campus.
Requirements: Paper must be written in third person. Your paper should be four to five pages in length (counting the title page and references page) and cite and integrate at least one credible outside source. The CSU-Global Library is a great place to find resources.
Include a title page, introduction, body, conclusion, and a reference page. Writing consultants who are teaching courses cannot work with students who are presently enrolled in their courses.
Writing consultants cannot work with students to complete PLA or CBE requirements. Calendar invites and WCOnline.