As a teacher I have become active in the World History
Association. Some of my WHA-related activities appear below:
- "A Web-Enhanced World History Survey Course,"
presented at the Southeast World History Association annual meeting, Richmond, Virginia,
- Member, Southeast World History Association;
- Member, Steering Committee for the Rocky Mountain region of the World History
- Member, Program Committee for the World History Conference, Ft. Collins, Colorado, June
- "Skills Development in the World History Survey: A Collaborative Approach,"
presented at the annual meeting of the Southeast World History Association, Atlanta,
Georgia, October, 1998;
- Chair, "Computer-Mediated Distance Learning," paper session at the World
History Conference, Ft. Collins, Colorado, June, 1998;
- "China in the World History Course," presented at a Teacher Workshop in
connection with an exhibit at the Denver Museum of Natural History on "The Imperial
Tombs of China," Denver Colorado, August 1996;
- "Teaching the History of Science and Technology in a Comparative Framework,"
presented at the World History Association Conference, Pomona, California, June
I have also become interested in the use of new technologies in higher education. This
website, which has been evolving over several years, is one result of that interest.