Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Take your courses on-the-go



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Subject: Take your courses on-the-go

Traveling this holiday season? Take your courses with you!

With the Coursera App available on iOS and Android, Yale courses are available at your fingertips. You can even download course materials to learn offline.

Get a jump-start on New Year's resolutions and learn something new! You can browse Yale courses and find your next in-flight entertainment here.

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Tuesday, December 5, 2017

The Bible in the Light of the Ancient Near East: Lesson 7



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Subject: The Bible in the Light of the Ancient Near East: Lesson 7

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Dear Students,

 

I am happy to invite you to the seventh lesson of the course The Bible in Light of the Ancient Near East. In this lesson, we continue to discuss Biblical and ancient Near Eastern law from several new angles. The lesson is now available on your edX dashboard.

 

I would like to thank those who contributed to the forum discussion of lesson 6!

 

Recommended preliminary reading: you are invited to read several passages of the patriarchal stories in the Book of Genesis that deal with wife-maidservant relations. In our lesson, we will explore these from a legal point of view. As usual, the links below lead to the King James Bible, but you may use any translation and/ or commentary:

Gen 16:1–6

Gen 21:1–21

Gen 30:1–13

 

Note: For your convenience, the video lectures of all units are also available in our YouTube channel.

 

 

Good luck,

Dr. Nili Samet

 




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Monday, December 4, 2017

Congratulations: You've completed Week 4!



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Friday, December 1, 2017

Thank you



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Dear Participants,

As this course is drawing to a close, I want to thank you for participating. You were part of a cohort from 156 countries: a fittingly international group to study world literature.

Some of you have asked me about an international edition of the book that came out of this course: The Written World: How Literature Shaped History. The international edition was published two weeks ago, just in time for the holidays, and can be found here, while the US edition is available here.

Enjoy, and stay in touch on our Facebook page for updates on the changing world of world literature: https://www.facebook.com/HUM12xWorldLiterature/.

Martin Puchner




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GM1x Study Week and Survey



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GM1x Study Week and Survey

With the course content now complete, this week will function like a "study week," allowing time for participants to complete the course before it closes on November 15, 2017. We hope you use this time to catch up on earlier sections, and to complete as many quizzes as possible. We want to see many of you reach the finish line.

We also ask all participants — those that stayed with the course throughout and those that joined in only briefly — to complete our closing survey. The survey appears in a new section called "Epilogue." Please help us improve this and future ColumbiaX course offerings by sharing your valuable input.

Lastly, we want to thank all course participants. We appreciate your engagement, comments, and feedback. We hope to see some of you the next time we offer this course.

- The ColumbiaX Course Team




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Greetings from the Penn Museum:



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Subject: Greetings from the Penn Museum: