CPSC 116 A - The Global Food Production Web
Introduces students to the global web involved in the production of food we consume on a daily basis. Selected ecosystems of plants, people, and cultures in Asia, Africa, and Latin America will be studied based on involvement with various crops. Presents the origin and biology of plants; their evolution with humankind in various cultures; the spread and economic importance of crops around the world; and considers current hunger and environmental issues resulting from the global food web. Interactive communications with selected scientists, producers, and traders around the world through the World Wide Web and email system of the INTERNET permit students to get personal exposure to information and activities.
Students are required to log in and use Compass2g (compass2g.illinois.edu), Zoom, and Packback in order to complete this course.
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Undergraduate