Der Hohe Norden
|Prof. Dr. Norbert Schaffeld u.a.
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Acquisition of Competences
Through a multi-perspective approach, they learn about the winners and losers of global climate change. This approach takes into account not only the core ecological problem but also the social, political, economic and cultural consequences. They develop an idea of how conclusions for future behavioral changes should be possible from an exemplary climatic problem situation.
To receive a certificate of achievement and credit points, you must complete the course with an electronic exam. You can choose the examination date freely from several examination times in the semester. The exam will take place in the test center of the University of Bremen.
The course is open to students of all disciplines. The offer is aimed in particular at students of the University of Bremen and Bremen universities. The content is also available as OER for all interested parties.
Lecturers of the Course
Prof. Dr. Norbert Schaffeld is co-director of the Bremen Institute of Canada- and Québec-Studies (BICQS) and holds the chair of English Literature at the University of Bremen. He previously taught at the universities of Wuppertal, Essen, Leipzig, and Jena. He has also conducted research at Australian, Asian and Canadian universities, including: The University of Sydney, The National University of Singapore, The University of Toronto, and the University of Guelph. His main fields of interest are British Literature, Australian and Canadian culture, and fictional representations of the natural sciences.
This course is supervised by the eGeneral Studies team. If you have any questions, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org