One of the most time-consuming duties of teaching history at the college level is constructing a course from the ground up. This entails writing the syllabus, choosing books, determining grading and a host of other details. The syllabus takes the most amount of time to construct -- especially when you are teaching a course for the first time -- because you have to have an idea of where you'd like to be at each point in the semester and so, you need to become a master of scheduling.
Included here are the syllabi which I have used for courses taught at Florida Atlantic University (Davie, FL), Broward Community College (Coconut Creek, FL), Meredith College and Wake Technical Community College (Raleigh, NC) between 1990 and 2006.
Technology and Society
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