Fall 2018 Update: World and Western Civilization II 1500 - present

by Neil Schlager  ·  September 24, 2018

Fall 2018 Update: World and Western Civilization II 1500 - present

Eric P. Cunningham (Gonzaga University), who serves as the Subject Editor for our World and Western Civilization II 1500 – present collection, provides his Fall 2018 update on the collection and identifies areas to target for improvement.

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  • Fall 2018 Update: World and Western Civilization I to 1500

    by Neil Schlager  ·  September 24, 2018

    Fall 2018 Update: World and Western Civilization I to 1500

    Joseph T. Stuart (University of Mary), who serves as the Subject Editor for our World and Western Civilization I to 1500 collection, provides his Fall 2018 update on the collection and identifies areas to target for improvement.

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  • Fall 2018 update: U.S. History II 1877 - present

    by Neil Schlager  ·  September 24, 2018

    Fall 2018 update: U.S. History II 1877 - present

    Jonathan Rees (Colorado State University – Pueblo), who serves as the Subject Editor for our U.S. History II 1877 – present collection, provides his Fall 2018 update on the collection and identifies several areas to target for improvement.

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  • Fall 2018 update: U.S. History I to 1877

    by Neil Schlager  ·  September 24, 2018

    Fall 2018 update: U.S. History I to 1877

    Kelli McCoy (Point Loma Nazarene University), who serves as the Subject Editor for our U.S. History I to 1877 collection, provides her Fall 2018 update on the collection and identifies several areas to target for improvement.

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  • Meet the Team: Ben Painter

    by Ben Painter  ·  November 30, 2016

    Meet the Team: Ben Painter

    Get to know creative director Ben Painter in this Q&A. Ben is responsible for the design and appearance of both products and advertising, in addition to playing a key role in strategic direction and company operations.

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  • Meet the Team: Sean Dove

    by Sean Dove  ·  October 19, 2016

    Meet the Team: Sean Dove

    Get to know software engineer Sean Dove in this Q&A. Sean is responsible for improvements to the Milestone Documents site design, functionality, and user experience, as well as developing new features and integrations with other platforms.

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  • Meet the Team: Sarah Robertson

    by Sarah Robertson  ·  September 12, 2016

    Meet the Team: Sarah Robertson

    Get to know Sarah Robertson in this Q&A. Sarah manages customer service, bookstore relations, and rights/permissions for Schlager Group / Milestone Documents.

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  • Meet the Team: Andrea Kesterke

    by Andrea Kesterke  ·  August 17, 2016

    Meet the Team: Andrea Kesterke

    Get to know our Director of Sales, Andrea Kesterke, in this Q&A.

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  • Milestone Documents Expands to Provide New Content

    by Beth Dempsey  ·  March 04, 2014

    Milestone Documents is expanding the courses it can serve as an innovative, affordable, digital alternative to traditional textbooks and document readers. The resource now includes a rich set of key documents in Chinese, African American, and Comparative Religious history, supported with Milestone Documents’ hallmark analyses created by a global network of university scholars. Each area is accessible via Milestone Documents’ streaming platform at a remarkably low cost to students: $19.95 for a full semester of unlimited access.

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  • Using Milestone Docs in a Survey Course

    by Neil Schlager  ·  October 14, 2013

    Judging by what I see in my social media feeds, instructors who teach the history survey are forever tweaking their course design and overall approach. And with good reason: what a daunting prospect it must be to cover the massive amount of eras/subjects that are possible when teaching the U.S., World, or Western Civ survey course. Because our service is so flexible and can work with a wide diversity of course designs, I thought it might be interesting to highlight some of the approaches that our adopting professors take with the survey course.

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