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Dr. Frank Daniels explains in this video how to use tertiary sources such as textbooks or encyclopedias to identify primary (evidence) and secondary (interpretation) sources for papers.

Temple Grandin discusses both her approach to using visual cues and design practices to solve practical problems in the processing of livestock, and also reflects on design from the perspective of autism and its problems. Talk delivered at Great…

The official "Design for the Human Spirit" logo.

A brief look at the 1967 creation of the Elko Community College, the predecessor of Great Basin College, as related by original college founders Robley "Bob" Burns, Jr., Mark and Katherine Chilton, Dr. Hugh Collett, and Michael Marfisi. "Designing a…

Angie de Braga (GBC VHC) interviews John L'Etoile, Senior Landscape Architect for the Nevada Department of Transportation (Nevada DOT), about the design of the Elko Street-scaping project, using the theme "A Passage through Time."

View MediaSite of Event Deepa is the founder of Promise and Assurance of Children Everywhere (PACE) Universal, a non-profit organization leading a program to prevent child trafficking and eradicate extreme poverty through education of girls and…

The handout distributed to participants at the VHC In-Service "Discussions for Critical Thinking," 21 January 2016. The handout was intended to be a guide for the workshop discussions and includes three sample discussions from GBC faculty presenters.

Example discussion requirements for students for a History Survey course, in this case HIST 105 (European Civilization to 1648). The requirements includes the rubric for grading. Download pdf of full page

This grading rubric for discussion posts was developed for History survey courses, although it is generic enough to be used for any types of courses. The rubric is set up based on a three-prompt discussion model, with an initial post and two required…

Nicholas Vrooman discusses the history of the Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana, a polyethnic community of Native Americans forming from Cree, Assiniboine, and French roots in the first half of the nineteenth century.

Vrooman was…
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