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NCTA Winter-Spring 2015 Online Courses

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NCTA Winter-Spring 2015 Online Courses

The following courses are now open for registration. Each offering provides a completion stipend and materials to those who participate fully. Courses run from six to 10 weeks, depending on the course. Each course consists of three to five modules and all are conducted in asynchronous online format, allowing participants to view video lectures and contribute to discussion on their own schedule within a timeline for each module. Full details are provided in each course flyer.

All courses are free to teachers with funding from the Freeman Foundation to the National Consortium for Teaching about Asia (NCTA). Courses marked by * are made possible through additional funding from the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership through the J-OPP Project and offered by The Program for Teaching East Asia at the University of Colorado in collaboration with the East Asia Resource Center at the University of Washington. See individual course application information for details of registration, course requirements and course benefits. Questions: lynn.parisi@colorado.edu.

Cracking the Samurai Code: Separating Fact from Fiction
January 9- Feb 28, 2015.
Apply online.

Memory and Art: Books by Allen Say and Ed Young
Look Back at Childhoods in Asia.
January 2- March 15, 2015.
Apply online.

Japan in the World: Cultural Encounters, 16th-19th Centuries
January 29- April 2, 2015.
Apply online beginning Dec. 12.

China Under Mao: Modernization, Mobilization, and Mass Campaigns
January 29-April 27, 2015.
Apply online beginning Dec. 12.

Sponsored by NCTA at the Program for Teaching East Asia University of Colorado