Essential concepts include the interconnectedness of people and places, interactions between society, culture, and nature and the relationships between development, difference, and inequality. Topics may include population dynamics, cultural differences and identity, urbanization, globalization, geographies of power, natural and built human environments, food systems and agricultural geographies, and economic development. This course will be taught 95% or more online. Each topic has a dedicated module consisting of a PPT file of lecture notes, a recorded teaching video, a quiz, and a checklist of items to be completed. Each student is expected to have a computer running a Windows operating system or a Macintosh platform that allows the use of interactive technology and internet access. Students will use the eLC software available after registration.