WOMN 25: Introduction to Women's Studies, Feminism Demystified
Lec-3 Credit, Degree Applicable P/NP Available
Introduction to the origins,purpose, subject matter, and methods of Women's Studies and to feminist perspectives on a range of social issues affecting women of diverse backgrounds.Study of the formation of gender and its intersections with race, class, sexuality, dis/ability, age, religion, and other systems of difference. UC/CSU
Introduction to Women's Studies online has three face-to-face course meetings at City College of San Francisco. Students are expected to log in daily to the course website, submit bi-weekly assignments and attend all face-to-face meetings. Prerequisites: none.
Women's Building Photo by Nicholas Lativy
Take this quiz from MiraCosta College to find out. Online learning typically takes more time per week at home for a student than a traditional class, as the hours you would typically be sitting in a traditional course are now online.
Mission Center Location: 1125 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
WOMN 25-Sec 831 is an online course with 3 on-campus meetings on Monday nights 1/23, 3/20 and 5/22 at the Mission Campus Room 271 from 5:30-8:20pm with the co- instructor Lijia Lumsden.
For more information about online courses go to http://www.ccsf.edu/online/courses.
Kirk, Gwyn., and Margo. Okazawa-Rey. Women's Lives: Multicultural Perspectives. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill, 2013. ISBN: 978007351234
Note this is the 6th edition. While there are many earlier versions available, the quizzes correspond to the 6th edition.
The textbook is required. Exams and assignments are based on this edition. Available as a rental for the semester through the bookstore: http://ccsfbookstore.bookrenterstore.com/ Many other retailers, (Amazon, Textbooks.com etc.) offer the book as a rental for the semester for as little as $29 with free shipping both ways, compared to the cost of purchasing the book new, $115, ouch!
I also recommend searching for the textbook here: Book Finder, where you can find the best price to buy the book, new, used or for rent.
Finally, the book is on reserve at the CCSF Ocean Campus Rosenberg library.
CCSF uses the learning management system called Canvas. It is essentially a course website where all of the discussions, activities and assignments in the course take place.
Logging into Canvas
(NOTE: Your Canvas password is the same as the password for your RAM ID account)
Claiming your RAM ID
Don't have a RAM ID? What is the RAM ID?
Choose "Claim your RAM ID". You will be asked for an activation code. You may have received one in your CCSF email (Option 1 below) If not, or if you have lost it, choose the option to request a new activation code, then check your CCSF email for the code. (Option 2 below)
Be sure to complete the RAM ID process all the way through. If you stop part way, you can return to the process by using the “Already Have Account Claim Code” link. If that does not work, use the Request for Account Claim Code link to start over.
If you need help finding your CCSF email, login to Web4, and find your email address or reset your password.
To login to your email:
REMEMBER: The password you make for your RAM ID account will be the password you use when you log in to Canvas.
For assistance contact the Helpdesk at 415-239-3711 or Toll-Free at 844-693-4357
If you are on the wait-list for either class, providing that there is space, you will be added from the wait-list in the order that you were placed on the wait-list generated by Admissions and Records.
The instructor cannot put you on a waiting list. The College's registration process controls the waitlist system.
Please do not email asking to be added to a wait-list. Unfortunately, I cannot.
If the WOMN 25 class is full and the wait-list is full, you will need to attend the first class meeting. Add codes can be obtained by showing up to this first class meeting, depending on availability. There is an official wait list (web 4) and I start giving out add codes to those on the wait list first.
Students should visit http://www.ccsf.edu/Departments/Distance_Education/students.htm to prepare for learning online and learn more about:
Students who need academic accommodations should request them from the Disabled Students Programs and Services (DSPS) located in the Rosenberg Library, Room 323 on the Ocean Campus. Telephone: 415-452-5481 (V) 415-452-5451 (TDD). DSPS is the campus office responsible for verifying disability-related need for academic accommodations, assessing that need, and planning accommodations in cooperation with students and instructors as needed and consistent with course requirements.
Curious about what the summer intensive course looks like? Click on the link below to see a typical summer class' syllabus (Microsoft Word document). The actual syllabus for any particular class will be emailed to participants on the first day of the course.