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Use the following values when prompted to log in: E-mail: eskahill@uccs.edu Password: rAOELEWR *Discussion Forum: Part 1 & 2 (200–250 word count/ total) Part 1: 1. Post your Footprint result and the total amount of planets required for your lifestyle. Describe your reaction to your results. 2. Now think about your results in the context of the film Split Estate and the articles assigned for this week and answer the following question: • Knowing that our use of energy is derived primarily through the extraction of natural gas and oil, how do our carbon footprints, individually and collectively, affect the health and well being of people from both local and global communities? Due by 11:59 pm October 9th. Worth up to 20 points out of 1000 total for the course.

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Apply your understanding of the Indigenous perspectives learned in Week 6 in answering the following question: Does our use of energy take into account the Indigenous perspective of the Earth and its resources? Do we see ourselves as having a relationship with the Earth where the balance of consumption and preservation are taken into account? Do we see that technological advances may benefit us as humans, but not always the planet? Is there really a separation of the two? (keep in mind Wall- Kimmerer, and Suzuki's idea of our interconnections with the natural world). You must thoughtfully comment on at least two (2) student posts. Due by 11:59 pm October 9th. Worth up to 20 points out of 1000 total for the course.

Week 8 (October 10–16): Reflection and Writing Workshop – Haggren, Laroche, and Skahill 1. Complete the Writing Center Workshop, which will prepare you for writing your first long written assignment by watching the PowerPoint presentation in this folder. This workshop has two discussion tasks associated with it that you will find in the group discussion forum. The workshop activities are worth up to 40

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“Medical Humanities in the Digital Age” at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs  

“Medical Humanities in the Digital Age” at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs Fall 2016

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