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UGS 303: Justice, Liberty, Happiness

To gain an introduction to finding scholarly articles, students were asked to find and evaluate two peer-reviewed sources related to a text being discussed in more...

UGS 302: Debates on Democracy in America

This seminar included two library instruction sessions led by the course librarian. The first session focused on evaluating sources, with the goal of more...

UGS 302: Community and Place

This seminar required students to identify an issue in the community related to one of the 6 themes of the course (social justice, place, transit, more...

UGS 302: The Parthenon: A Monument Worth Arguing About?

In this course, students explored the controversy surrounding the Parthenon. They were required to actively participate in class discussion, write a book review more...

UGS 302: Time Matters

This seminar required that a different student abstract a reading each week and use that reading and background information to generate discussion questions for more...

UGS 302: The Mind-Body Relationship in Modern Medicine

This seminar focused on using evidence to build an argument, with several classroom activities and assignments designed to teach students how to find and more...

UGS 302 - Language and Humor

This assignment integrates two components of a Signature Course: a collection found in the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History (a campus gem) and library more...

UGS 303: Visible Speech - Writing Systems, Scripts, and Literacy

The students were assigned an "Everything but the Paper" project that scaffolded the teaching of research and writing throughout the semester. Throughout the more...