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LibraryThing: OU History of Science Collections HSCI 3013 - section 995 - Spring 2014

Extra Credit for submitting a Quotation used on a course page

Yes, I do offer extra credit for finding great quotes that relate in some interesting way to the history of science and to the contents of pages on this course website. You will receive one point of credit for every quotation that is actually used this semester. Thank you for your help with that!

Find a page that includes a quote solicitation statement ("Do you have a great quote for this page? Let me know! (If used, a new quote is worth 1 point extra credit)"). Then complete the form below and click "Submit."

First Name:
Last Name:
Email Address:
URL (specific address of the web page) where you think the quote should go (copy & paste):
Author of the quotation, or other attribution:
Source where you found the quote:
Exact text of the quotation: Please proof the text! No quotes will be accepted if they contain spelling errors or if any of the information requested above is ambiguous or unverifiable.
Explanation: Please explain why you feel this quotation is appropriate for this particular page of the course website.
Click to submit. You will see an automatic acknowledgment page when your message has been sent.


(Please submit no more than 5 quotations per week.)



"I hate quotations." Ralph Waldo Emerson

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HSCI 3013. History of Science to 17th centuryCreative Commons license
Kerry Magruder, Instructor, 2004
Brent Purkaple, TA

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Many thanks to the pedagogical model developed in Mythology and Folklore and other online courses by Laura Gibbs, which have been an inspiration for this course.

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