The Student Cognition Toolbox (SCT) is a short course companion (or “sidecar”) introducing and providing direct practice in study strategies that are informed by learning science research. In this version of the SCT, material from introductory psychology is used to illustrate the application of the study strategies. This version has been used in psychology courses and in courses from across the curriculum.
General Chemistry 2 is a highly interactive and engaging course that covers all topics typical of second semester General Chemistry. The course includes a multitude of formative practice problems that are scaffolded and include detailed feedback, interactives such as PhET simulations and virtual lab experiments, engaging media elements, and summative assessments.
This recently updated course is aligned to the general content contained in the Certified Associate in Healthcare Information and Management Systems (CAHIMS)℠ certification administered by the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), and includes expanded content related to the Healthcare and Healthcare IT industry. This is the third version of the course that just went through a complete content update in early May 2021, and additional content was added in December of 2021. Depending on the option chosen, the course includes a certificate of completion and continuing education hours upon satisfactory completion.
Help students learn to resolve conflict effectively in any class with significant team projects.
Faculty teaching a course with a significant team project component (more than 5 weeks) can embed this innovative mini-course to help their students be more successful in group activities.
General Chemistry 1 is a highly interactive and engaging course that covers all topics typical of first semester General Chemistry. The course includes a multitude of formative practice problems that are scaffolded and include detailed feedback, interactives such as PhET simulations and virtual lab experiments, engaging media elements, and summative assessments.
Learn about environmental technology in the contexts of HazMat, Safety, and Water Quality. Environmental students have the opportunity to earn nationally recognized federal certificates from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and are prepared for positions focusing on environmental issues, laboratory and field tests, and workplace safety.