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LaunchPad contains resources for you and your students. In this tutorial, we'll take a detailed look at both types separately. Let's begin with student resources. Click the following links to go to the landing page of Launchpad for the Combined Volume of A History of Western Society, Volume I, and Volume II. What resources are available for my…
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Create Course When you log in to LaunchPad, you will be taken to your dashboard. Click Create Course at the top of the page.   Confirm product You will be asked to confirm that the product you are using to create the course is the same one that your students will be purchasing. Some products have multiple versions, and if titles are not…
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Tiffany Otto
Due to medical circumstances I was unable to complete the Spring Semester on time, instead my chemistry instructor extended my course thru August 31st to accommdate  for all my medical issues this semester. He said he contacted the sites for sapling learning and late nite labs and was told he would be unable to extend the due dates past the Spring… (Show more)
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David Myers
The British, American, and Australian press—and hundreds of millions of royal wedding viewers—were unexpectedly enthralled by Bishop Michael Curry’s 13.5 minutes of fame: “Stole the show” (Telegraph and Vox). “Electrifying” (New York Times). “Wholly un-British, amazing, and necessary” (Esquire). “Will go down in history” (Guardian). “His star… (Show more)
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Andrea A. Lunsford
  This time every year, I look forward to meeting students who have won awards for their work in first and second year Program in Writing and Rhetoric classes at Stanford, and this year brought a very special treat. On May 16, the eighth annual Lunsford Oral Presentation of Research Award ceremony was held in the Hume Center for Writing and… (Show more)
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Suzanne McCormack
I require students to complete library-based research in all of my history courses. In the past I’ve blogged about a successful project that I assign in US History I and II, which involves historical images and requires students to use a book-length narrative history as well as academic journals to explain historical context (See “Picture This”).… (Show more)
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