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A collaborative, international project designed to incorporate academic expertise with sophisticated levels of videoconferencing and internet technologies for synchronous and asynchronous interaction and course delivery to students in multiple locations.
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Symposium 2013

Walsh University welcomes Dr. Moshe Shner of Oranim College in October 2013 for a semniar entitled The Holocaust and Humanistic Global Dialoges in the 21st Century. It's focus will be humanistic discourse and the place of the Holocaust educational work, its implications and the way we can use global online learning to deal with these challenges.




Seminar Preparation

Cover Art
Brute Rationality - Joshua Gert
Call Number: ebook
ISBN: 0521833183
Publication Date: 2004-08-19

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Reasons and Purposes - G. F. Schueler; Fred Schueler
Call Number: ebook
ISBN: 9780199250370
Publication Date: 2003-04-10

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Hiding and seeking: faith and tolerance after the Holocaust - Menachem Daum and Oren Rudavsky
Call Number: Audio Visual DS135 .P63 H52 2004
ISBN: 720229911252
Publication Date: 2004


Dialogues in the 21st Century


About the Global Learning Partnership


The Global Learning Partnership includes:

Walsh University
The Ohio State University
University of Colorado at Denver
Wheelock College in Boston, Massachusetts
Oranim College in Israel

This project provides faculty and students with the opportunity to interact collaboratively using state-of -the -art technologies such as videoconferencing and an array of multimedia tools to create 'live' classrooms to explore topics of mutual interest to them and their practical classroom work. Because these inquiry topics are taught by experts in a particular subject area, the students have the advantage of working with individuals who can provide insight about subject areas that may not be familiar to the students or are viewed from different cultural perspectives. This interaction and level of rigorous inquiry can provide Global Learning Partnership students with a very unique opportunity to become rigorous, 21st century critical thinkers.


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