Online University Course: Introduction to Disability and Diversity Studies
Please see below for a graduate level Introduction to Disability and Diversity Studies course I am teaching online in the Fall. I welcome students from across the U.S. and internationally. The course is offered via the University of Hawaii Outreach College for individuals who are non-UH students and non-residents pay the resident fee because the course is entirely online.
OFFERED ONLINE FOR FALL, 2010!
INTRODUCTION TO DISABILITY AND DIVERSITY STUDIES (DIS 683)
INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Megan Conway
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 808-956-6166
WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE?
This course is designed for graduate students and professionals in a variety of disciplines concerned with disability and diversity issues. The course is open to currently enrolled UH students and to non-UH students (via the UH Outreach College).
This is a core course for the interdisciplinary Disability and Diversity Studies Certificate Program http://www.cds.hawaii.edu/main/certificates/ but can also be taken as an elective. Emphasis will be placed on introducing students to knowledge and theories about disability rights, policy, and culture from a diversity perspective in the context of multiple disciplines.
WHEN: Wednesdays, 1:00pm – 2:30pm HST, August 25th – December 8th
REGISTRATION INFO: (UH Students only) Fall 2010 CRN 77335; (Non-UH and UH Students via Outreach College) Fall Extension 2010 CRN 1237
WHERE: Via Elluminate (live online interactive sessions) and Laulima (online course materials and discussion board)