Spring-Summer 2021 newsletter is available now!

Available Videos

Mark Steinberg, Wings of Utopia: The Russian Revolution as “Leap in the Open Air of History” (49:30)
Professor Mark Steinberg provides an in-depth analysis of the Russian Revolution in the early 20th century that is an engaging crash course with plenty of nuances. 

Mark Steinberg, Imagining the Utopian City: The Russian Revolution and the New Urban Life (43:03)
Explore the futuristic details and wide-ranging impacts of urban design during the Russian Revolution with professor Mark Steinberg as your guide.

Bernie Wilke, Visual Media (36:33)
Explore visual art techniques and cultural context in this hands-on lesson with Philadelphia artist and muralist Bernie Wilke. Grab something to draw with so you can follow along!

Brian Dolinar, Black History of Illinois (29:22)
Writer Brian Dolinar shares regional stories of African-American migration, literature, and culture before World War II, drawing from previously unpublished works by Black writers in the 1930s. 

Ellen Moodie, A Glimpse of Central America (35:38)
Professor Ellen Moodie guides viewers through a concise history of interconnected Central American issues, including politics, geography, migration, culture, war, and reconciliation.

Rebecca Ginsburg, Making History: Criminal Justice Reform in 19th Century Illinois (29:28)
Professor Rebecca Ginsburg invites viewers to travel back in time to an entertaining reenactment of a debate about penitentiaries at the Illinois General Assembly in 1831.

Tammy Bond, Exploring Mathematics
Part 1: Intro to Fractions (24:46)
Part 2: Arithmetic Functions (51:49)
Part 3: Ratios, Percentages, Fractions, and Decimals
(49:02)
Math teacher Tammy Bond provides an engaging and intuitive series of introductory math concepts. Bring your notebook and follow along!

Sandy Trimble, What’s a Self Portrait
Part 1 (40:08)
Part 2
(30:13)
Dive into the process and history of self-portraiture with artist Sandy Trimble. Learn about significant work from centuries ago and apply new techniques to get started on your own masterpiece!

Kendra Mills, Histories of Restorative Justice: Rwanda, Australia, and the United States (37:37)
Kendra Mills illuminates various understandings of “justice” and outlines how they intersect with theories of reparation on a global scale by moving through historical timelines up to today. 

Julia Spielmann, Special Topics in Psychology
Part 1: Social Attributions
(47:11)
Part 2
: Social Cognition (1:14:31)
Part 3
: Biases and Heuristics (1:02:49)
Mindfulness coordinator and psychology grad Julia Spielmann provides expert coverage of nuanced elements of psychology through detailed discussion and contemporary reference in this three-part collection.

Sal Corbin, Personal Development
Part 1: Self-Awareness, Identity, and Self-Worth (20:25)
Part 2: Personality, Communication Styles
(24:34)
Part 3: Conflict Management Styles
(29:01)
Part 4: The Power of Your Story
(15:58)
Part 5: Challenging Conversations
(22:57)
Part 6: Time Management
(29:44)
Part 7: Ingredients for Successful Relationships
(31:20)
Part 8: Team Building and Group Dynamics
(18:08)
In this series, professor Sal Corbin combines his academic background in psychology with experience working in harm reduction to cover sequential topics in Personal Development.

Lukas Carey, Professional Development
Part 1: Owning Your Own Narrative (29:40)
Part 2: Using Your New Narrative
(32:50)
Part 3: Selection Criteria & Online Applications
(24:43)
Part 4: Overcoming Barriers to Employment
(33:32)
Part 5: Networking and Cold Calling
(36:21)
Part 6: How to Be Assertive
(47:01)
Part 7: Skills Audit – The Key to Identifying Your Perfect Career
(39:30)
Part 8: Tailored Application Letters
(32:25)
Part 9: How to Develop and Tailor a Resume
(30:15)
Part 10: Building Resilience and Managing Stress
(22:55)
Part 11: How to Develop a Video Resume and Social Media Resume
(30:15)
Join educator Lukas Carey in this series of self-progression videos with a professional focus, brought to life by his signature style with upfront honesty and motivational attitude.

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