Shmoop Debuts Dozens of Online Courses
Shmoop, a digital publisher of online courses and test prep resources, has launched dozens of new courses, including a year-long program on modern world history and a new math course.
"Starting with the rise of democracy and ending with...today," according to a news release, the new history course features "intros, readings and a wide array of projects, quizzes and activities" so that "students will be able to identify major turning points in history, analyze the impact of modern wars and sniff out the roots of current world issues."
The new math course, Mathematics I, is the company's first in a trilogy of integrated math courses, with Mathematics II and Mathematics III scheduled for later release.
New courses also include African American Poetry, Introduction to Photoshop and Planning and Achieving College and Career Goals, among others. For a complete list of courses, visit shmoop.com.
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