Grant Hartzog on Renaissance Surgery

Have you ever wondered what medicine in the Renaissance period was like?

Not for the light of heart: Grant Hartzog helps us sympathize with the pre-modern surgeons and patients as they struggled to save lives in this lecture from the course Studies in Medicine: Its Art, History, Science, and Philosophy (BIOL 88).

Same music, different caption(er)s

And now for something completely different…

All Online Ed videos are captioned (of course!), but have you ever wondered how different transcriptionists will describe the same non-verbal element, like music?

Check out the creative descriptions of the same intro segment by 21 different human caption providers in this caption (re)mix (and a sure summer hit).

 

Jackie Gehring on Electoral Systems

How does the type of electoral system affect people’s preferences?

Watch Jackie Gehring explain the difference between plurality and majority; how it affects election outcomes, and what happens if (when!) Kanye West decides to run.

This video is an excerpt from Professor Gehring’s online course Comparative Law (LGST 116 / POLI 116), and was recorded in 2018.