History 112 - United States History II - Brad Reynolds
|Course:||United States History II|
This is Professor Brad Reynolds. Greetings and Welcome to History 112, United States History from circa 1866 to the early twenty-first century.
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What to Expect in this Course
You can get information about the reading assignments, exams, and work due in the class by reading your class syllabus which you can access at Canvas or at www.bradleyreynolds.weebly.com. This is a 100 percent online class so you will need access to a computer for exams and you will need a COC email address to submit work.
Types of Assessments
Your class grade will be based on work submitted plus three exams. You can get details on the class assignments and exams by reading your class syllabus which you can access at Canvas or at www.bradleyreynolds.weebly.com.
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
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Other Relevant Course Information
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Last updated: 06/02/2022 Sub#: 1386