Angela Block

“Washing one’s hands of the conflict between the powerful and the powerless means to side with the powerful, not to be neutral.”

— Paulo Freire, educator (1921 – 1997)

To Office

    • Rodda Hall North, RHN 215

To Contact

    • Professor: Sociology Department
    • Office Location: Rodda Hall North, RHN 215

Various information may be located on this website.  Above you will find links regarding my ONLINE class sections. Click on the “Courses” link in the above menu bar to locate specific class information.

By clicking on the internet Exercises button (upper-left), you will access interactive assignments that should match ones given in class. Make sure to select the correct exercise that is assigned to your particular class — and note the directions at the top of the page carefully!! If any of the links aren’t working, let your instructor know right away.

Looking to add one of these classes, but no room on the official waitlist?? Come to one of the scheduled orientation meetings to try and add the class. Note that being registered on the waitlist is NOT a guarantee that you will be able to add the class.  Also note that student/s will not be added via e-mail!! You must attend an orientation meeting for the possibility of adding the class.  See specific class (“Courses” link above) for orientation information.

Spring 2016 Orientation Meetings:

Tuesday, January 19 — 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.  Location: Business 143


Wednesday, January 20 — 4 p.m. – 6 p.m.  Location: Business 143


A note about online and distance education class structure…. While you will not be required to be online during specific hours, it is required that you log in and complete specific tasks a minimum of 3 times per week. There are assignments, quizzes, and / or discussion boards due EVERY week!! It is common to expect approximately 9 – 12 hours of work — sometimes more — on a 3 unit class each week. I am flexible with how you schedule your time in this class during each week, however I am also a big fan of deadlines, and maintaining them for the purpose of fairness and academic rigor. None of the classes discussed on this site are “self paced.”

To log on to online class/es once you have officially registered with the college for the course/s (NOTE: online classes will not be available until the beginning of the semester) — reference the online help for students Resources for Students Using Los Rios eLearning Desire2Learn (D2L) —