By Andy Revkin
via New York Times DotEarth blog
As part of the trend in higher education toward moving more course offerings onto the Web, the University of Chicago has launched Open Climate 101, an online version of a popular course led by David Archer that explores for non-science majors the body of research pointing to a rising human influence on the climate system.
It’s built around Archer’s climate text, “Global Warming: Understanding the Forecast” (sample chapter). (I have a particular affection for that title.)
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