Introduction to Psychology 1/IPSY101/Draft for history of psychology

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Getting Started

Preparatory Reading

Read through the Course Guide and Suggested Schedule carefully before starting on the course work.

Searching for a Resource on the Web

When a course activity requires you to access a web-based resource, a link to the resource is provided within the unit. Occasionally, you may find that a link does not work. While this can be frustrating, you can oftentimes locate the resource yourself by typing a few of the key terms, naming or describing the resource, into your web browser. For example, one way to access an article would be to type the exact name of the article in quotation marks into your favourite browser. Practice searching for a few resources right now.

Share Your Opinions, Comments, or Questions

Although you may not be completing this course with a cohort of learners, you can still benefit by sharing your opinions, comments, and questions using the course micro-blog discussion forum found at the bottom of the Home Page. After you’ve made a comment or asked a question, keep checking the forum regularly and reply to as many comments made by peers as possible to encourage the formation of a community of learners. If you use another micro-blogging tool such as Twitter, you may use the hashtag #OERuIPSYC101 for the same purpose.