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Open Educational Resources

Open Educational Resources.

Do you teach? Are you a student? Here is a listing of reputable free resources for your research or to share with your students.


A day with Jesus - Infographic

The Gospel of Mark contains a lot of information about Jesus, but its author records relatively few “actual” days in his life. Compared to how long Jesus lived (or even how many days he was in ministry) Mark accounts for very few specific days with specific instances. 26 more words

New Testament

Teaching Queer

I’ve been terrible about posting because I got a second job at the new year. So now have my regular, 40 hour-per-week job and a side job–teaching Sociology at a local community college. 589 more words

So They Say I Will Teach

My professor has asked us to begin thinking about what courses we want to teach for Freshman Composition next year. I am sooo excited. Here are some of my thoughts. 413 more words

My Thoughts

Never stop laughing

Here’s how I’ve come to measure happiness:

-Standing in front of a convenience store refrigerator searching for eggs but finding myself wrapped in a hug instead.  1,092 more words


Dominican Republic Moves to Ease Abortion Ban, Challenges Remain: Rights Group by REUTERS


A presidential decision to ease the Dominican Republic’s ban on abortion is a landmark victory for women’s rights, but ensuring women can access legal and potentially life-saving abortions remains a challenge, a rights group has said. 11 more words


A Season for Political Novels

Here’s the course description from my syllabus for the Politics Through Literature, a new course for me this semester at Brooklyn College:

In this course we read literary texts – specifically, political novels – to enrich our understanding of the uses and effects of political power. 195 more words