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Janux Course – Civil Rights and Civil Liberties

Janux, a new interactive learning community created in partnership between The University of Oklahoma and technology leader NextThought, connects learners and teachers through high-quality OU courses. Janux is the fir...

freedom.ou.edu Named 2013 Journal Record Innovator of the Year Honoree

[caption id="attachment_863" align="aligncenter" width="491"] freedom.ou.edu Project Director, Adam Croom, accepts the 2013 Innovator of the Year award.[/caption] Freedom.ou.edu and the Institute for the American C...

Dr. Keith Gaddie | Does Thomas Jefferson Still Survive After Reapportionment

IACH Affiliate Faculty and redistricting expert, Professor Keith Gaddie, explores the enormous issue of Congressional redistricting from historical, constitutional, and current perspectives.

Akhil Amar | America’s Constitution: 225 Years Old and Still Going Strong

In honor of Constitution day, which is celebrated nationally on Sept. 17, the University of Oklahoma's Institute for the American Constitutional Heritage hosted one of the most prominent constitutional scholars in the...

Freedom 101 Professors Talk Electoral College On KGOU ‘Oklahoma Voices’

Recently, Freedom 101 professors Lindsay Robertson and Justin Wert were interviewd on NPR-affiliate KGOU about the Electoral College. Listen here From the KGOU website: Many voters will go to the polls November 6th...

OU Offers Curriculum in Constitutional Studies

In this video, President David Boren, Director Kyle Harper, and Constitutional Studies students discuss OU's unique emphasis on civic education as part of the college experience. Click here for more information.