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HIST 1405 - Lecture 1 (8 September 2014)
Transcript of HIST 1405 - Lecture 1 (8 September 2014)
Using Blackboard / Course Details
IQlickers is an interactive tool that will facilitate student participation in this large course. We will learn how to use IQlickers today so that everyone can feel comfortable responding to questions and expressing their opinions.
Don't worry if you do not have a "smart" mobile phone. IQlicker works with
If you generally do not use a mobile phone, please inform the instructors so that alternative arrangements can be made.
Finding the History Department
Take the lifts (elevators) in the AAB building (preferably the ones above the parking lot)
The History department is next to the Government and International Studies department (GIS) on the 11th floor
The main office is located at: AAB 1151
For administrative matters, please seek: Ms. Renee Chan and Ms. Crystal Poon
Dr. Loretta Kim
Mr. Victor Fong
Follow the instructions given to answer the question about whether you have taken history courses in secondary school.
If you have any questions or problems, please raise your hand so Dr. Kim and Mr. Fong can assist you.
History, Heritage, and Human Communities
One Stop Resource
10 minute break
Choosing a capital for China in 1912
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We are in the chamber of parliament, 1912