Textbook for an Introduction to Anthropology course. Part I covers cultural anthropology and Part II covers biological anthropology.
Hostos Community College
OER from Hostos Community College
Sections cover: Chemistry of Life; The Cell; Tissues: each of the systems of the body; the special senses. Includes lab manual.
Bronx Beautiful is one of the liberal arts capstone courses at Eugenio María de Hostos Community College and is limited to 20 students who have completed 42 credits or more. Capstone students have come a long way! This section of CAP 200 includes a service learning component, competencies designed to prepare students for additional schooling and/or their career, and emphasizes gathering, interpreting, and using data. This liberal arts capstone course engages students in an in-depth study of the Bronx and challenges them to question and re-evaluate their perceptions of the borough. Studying the Bronx from various disciplinary perspectives enables them to demonstrate and exercise their mastery of general education skills including but not limited to Critical Thinking, Written and Oral Communication, Information and Technology Literacy and Global and Diversity Awareness.
An adaptation based on chapters from the Saylor Foundation's Introductory Chemistry by David W. Ball. Chapters include: Measurements; Energy and Matter; Solids and Liquids; Atoms, Molecules, and Ions; Chemical Reactions and Equations; Stoichiometry and the Mole; Nuclear Chemistry; Chemical Bonds; Gases; Solutions; Acids and Bases; Chemical Equilibrium; and Organic Chemistry. Includes Labs.
Adaptation of Saylor Foundation's The Basics of General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry by David W. Ball, John W. Hill, and Rhonda J. Scott. Chapters include: Organic Chemistry Review / Hydrocarbons; Alcohols, Phenols, Thiols, Ethers; Aldehydes, Keytones; Carboxylic Acids, Esters; Amines and Amides; Carbohydrates; Lipids; Amino Acids; Proteins and Enzymes; Nucleic Acids and Protein Synthesis; and Metabolic Pathways and Energy Production.
This lecture presents information about cybercrime, which has become the most ubiquitous crime world-wide and affects individuals, companies and government. The lecture indicates that 95% of all cybercrime is preventable and describes a myriad of cyber security techniques that are available to prevent hacking. Legislation to combat cybercrime is presented as well as the places where cybercrime should be reported.
The goals of this team activity in the area of criminal law, cybersecurity and cyber crime are to facilitate team work, critical thinking and presentation skills. Students will be grouped into two teams. As a team, they will analyze cases about corporate espionage committed by nation states and industry competitors through the questions presented in the activity. They will present their analysis to the class.
This presentation covers the legal environment of cybercrime to date. It addresses: the challenges of law enforcement; federal government vs. sate jurisdiction of cybercrime; law enforcement department and agencies which handle cybercrime; criminal statutes and privacy statutes.
This goals of this activity are to facilitate team work, critical thinking, and presentation skills in the area of cybersecurity and fake news. Students will be grouped into two teams. As a team, they will choose and analyze cases and ethical questions about fake news through the questions presented in the activity. They will present their analysis to the class.