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Module 11 Roadmap
Please note that some portions of the Summative Assessment may need to be completed prior to class. Detailed instructions for completing the Summative Assessment will be provided in each module.
Module 11 Roadmap
- Materials on the course website.
- Nabhan, G.P. p. 129-138 in Chapter 9, "Rediscovering America and Surviving the Dust Bowl: The U. S. Southwest " in Where Our Food Comes From: Retracing Nikolay Vavilov's Quest to End Famine. Washington: Island Press. (Module 11.1)
- Bittman, Mark. "Don't Ask How to Feed the 9 Billion," NYT, Nov 12, 2014 (Module 11.2)
- Deering, K. 2014. Stepping up to the challenge – Six issues facing global climate change and food security. CCAFS (Climate Change and Food Security Program)-UN (United Nations), 2014. (Module 11.2)
- You are on the course website now.
- From University Course reserves
- Online: Don't Ask How to Feed the 9 Billion,
- Online: Stepping up to the challenge – Six issues facing global climate change and food security
- Formative Assessment: Agrobiodiversity and Resilience
- Summative Assessment: The Anatomy of the Somali Famine (2010-2012)
- Take Module Quiz
- Submit Capstone Stage 4 Assignment
- In the course content: Formative Assessment; ungraded activate your learning activity
- In the course content: Summative Assessment