History, Technology and SocietyHIS 122Spring 2019Kathleen Hardy[email protected](This email is for emergencies only. Please use Blackboard email forclass correspondence.)Office: Oconee 120Phone: 864-646-1546Office Hours: M/W: 11:15am-12:15pm; T/TH: 10:00am-12:00pm; F: 9:00am-10:00am orappointment upon requestCourse CommunicationsThe Instructor will communicate with students primarily through Blackboard email.Only use theTri County email (.tctc.edu) if you cannot gain access to Blackboard email. It is the expectation of theInstructor to respond to student emails within 24-48 hours of receipt. It will be the student’sresponsibility to check Blackboard and Tri County email accounts, as well as the class Blackboardsite regularly, as all homework and any changes or updates regarding class material will becommunicated through those mediums.***It is the STUDENT’S BURDEN OF RESPONSIBILITY to immediately communicate any and allissues related to classwork, attendance, Blackboard, computer access, etc. to the Instructor.Such issues should be related AS SOON AS THEY ARISE. The Instructor will not accept anyinformation regarding classroom performance or attendance after an extended time of non-communication regarding uncompleted assignments or non-attendance, nor after the finalday of class, regardless of grade. ***Catalog DescriptionThis course includes topics in the history of technology with emphasis on how technology affectssociety and how society shapes technology. Emphasis is on 19th and 20th century America, butsome material from other periods of Western Civilization and other world regions may bediscussed.General Education Outcomes1. Demonstrate Collaboration2. Demonstrate Digital Literacy3. Demonstrate Effective Oral Communication4. Demonstrate Problem Solving skills5. Demonstrate Effective Written Communication6. Demonstrate Integrative LearningProgram Outcomes1. Demonstrate Collaboration2. Demonstrate Digital Literacy3. Demonstrate Effective Oral Communication4. Demonstrate Problem Solving skills5. Demonstrate Effective Written Communication6. Demonstrate Integrative Learning
History, Technology and SocietyHIS 122Spring 2019Entry Level Skills: Language Skills1.Ability to write in sentences2.Ability to write sentences without major errors (e.g. fragments, run-on sentences, commasplices, subject-verb agreement, and proper use of paragraphs)3.Ability to use basic organizational skills in writing4.