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Mary Jo Wainwright

Mary Jo Wainwright

Professor of History

M.A. in History, California State University, East Bay
B.A. in History, University of California, Berkeley

Before coming to the Imperial Valley in 2004, I lived most of my life in the San Francisco Bay area.  I worked in the legal field before I began teaching computer applications in 1995 and community college history in 1998.  I also work as a public historian and consultant on museum exhibits and published my first book in 2007: Images of America, Pleasanton, California.  I specialize in California and United States History.

Website URL: http://faculty.imperial.edu/maryjo.wainwright E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Tuesday, 30 March 2010 16:38

Developing an Online History Course

 

Mary Jo Wainwright/Online History Documents

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Tuesday, 30 March 2010 16:35

Instructor Information

Contact Informationmaryjo.wainwright@imperial.edu

IVC Campus, Room 1710
IVC Phone: (760) 355-6527

The best way to reach me is by email.  If you want to talk with me over the phone, please email me your phone number and a good time to call you and I will be glad to call you back. 

                                         
Office Hours:     Monday:  Online only: 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.     
                           Tuesday:  Online only: 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.
                           Wednesday:  Online only: 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.
                           Thursday:  On campus, Room 1710 - 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.    

                           No Office Hours During Summer or Winter sessions

Courses Taught:

History 120 - U.S. History to 1877
History 121 - U.S. History from 1877 to present
History 222 - California History

Required Textbooks for Winter/Spring 2018:
History 120:     Out of Many, Vol. One, Brief Sixth Edition, Faragher, et al. 2012 (ISBN-9780205010639)  

History 121:   Out of Many, Vol. Two, Brief Sixth Edition, Faragher, et al. 2012 (ISBN-9780205010622);    (There is one additional book required for Hist 121 CRN 20576 only, info available on the syllabus)

History 222:  California: An Interpretative History, 10th Edition, Rawls, James, 2012 (ISBN 9780073406961) (There is one additional book required for Hist 222, see syllabus for more info)

Make sure you get the right book for the class. 
If you have any questions, please email the instructor at maryjo.wainwright@imperial.edu  

Please log into Canvas to get lecture outlines and chapter study guides for all classes: https://imperial.instructure.com/

Attention Spring 2018 Online Students:  Class starts on February 12 and runs to June 8, 2018

There is an Orientation Meeting for Hist 120 and 121 Online classes on the Imperial Valley College Campus in Room 2131 on February 12, 2018 from 5:00 to 6:15 p.m.  This orientation is not mandatory, but attending the Orientation is the first step to your successful completion of this course.

Please log into Canvas as soon as possible on February 12 to get started on the class. Once you log into Canvas, click on the Course Shell for "Spring 2018, History 120 CRN 25077 OR History 121 CRN 20754 to see the course.  On the home page, there is a link: "Welcome to the Class - Start Here"  Click this link to read instructions for how to proceed in the class. Then click on Modules to read the Course Syllabus, then get started with Module 1.  

Module 1 is due February 20 and if you don't complete Module 1 by the deadline, you will be dropped from the class as a No ShowContact your instructor by email if you are having any problems so they can be resolved immediately. I don't want you to get frustrated. 

If you are trying to crash the class, the ONLY way you can crash once school starts is to come to the Orientation. This includes if you are on the waitlist. I will take students from the waitlist first if there are any openings.  I will not take any students over the class cap of 35. 

If it is before classes start, the only way to get in is to get on the waitlist. Then if students drop before the start of class, you will get an email from the college giving you 24 hours to register for the course.  If you don't register in the 24 hour time period, you lose your chance and it goes to the next student on the Wait list.  If you are not on the wait list, you probably won't be able to get into the class.  But you can try and email me after February 12 to see if any openings become available. The last day to add is February 24.

You can log in to Canvas on February 12 to check out the class and see if it is the right fit for you.  If not, please drop yourself through Webstar immediately so another student has a chance to add the class.

See you Online.


 

 

Saturday, 13 February 2010 10:45

Teaching Schedule

Summer 2018

HIST121US History: Reconstruct-Presnt

This course is a survey of American history from Reconstruction to the present. This course will cover the major political, economic, social, gender, racial, cultural and intellectual transformations of the modern American eras. Of special note will be an examination of America's rise to global power. At the completion of this course students will have a broad understanding of the most important ideas, personalities, movements, and events in the modern period. (C-ID HIST 140) (CSU, UC)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
30055M&SBSSONLINEONLINEONLINEEnrolled: 55
Available: 0
Class begins: 2018-06-18, Class ends: 2018-07-26

Spring 2018

HIST121US History: Reconstruct-Presnt

This course is a survey of American history from Reconstruction to the present. This course will cover the major political, economic, social, gender, racial, cultural and intellectual transformations of the modern American eras. Of special note will be an examination of America's rise to global power. At the completion of this course students will have a broad understanding of the most important ideas, personalities, movements, and events in the modern period. (C-ID HIST 140) (CSU, UC)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
20576M&SBSSTuesday
Thursday
Start Time: 11:20 AM
End Time: 12:45 PM
Building: 200
Room: 208
Enrolled: 40
Available: 0
Class begins: 2018-02-12, Class ends: 2018-06-08

HIST120US History: Prehist-Reconstruc

This course is a survey of American history from the pre-Columbian era to the end of Reconstruction. This course will cover the major political, economic, social, gender, racial, cultural and intellectual transformations of the colonial and early American eras. At the completion of this course students will have a broad understanding of the most important ideas, personalities, movements, and events in the colonial and early American periods. (C-ID HIST 130) (CSU, UC)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
20577M&SBSSONLINEONLINEONLINEEnrolled: 35
Available: 0
Class begins: 2018-02-12, Class ends: 2018-06-08

HIST121US History: Reconstruct-Presnt

This course is a survey of American history from Reconstruction to the present. This course will cover the major political, economic, social, gender, racial, cultural and intellectual transformations of the modern American eras. Of special note will be an examination of America's rise to global power. At the completion of this course students will have a broad understanding of the most important ideas, personalities, movements, and events in the modern period. (C-ID HIST 140) (CSU, UC)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
20754M&SBSSONLINEONLINEONLINEEnrolled: 34
Available: 1
Class begins: 2018-02-12, Class ends: 2018-06-08