Handheld systems, such as smartphones and tablets are now the most
common way for people to access and interact with computing services. The demand for application
development skills is therefore growing at a breathtaking pace. These skills, however, are multi-‐
faceted, requiring students to master computer science and engineering principles, to learn the
details of specific mobile application platforms, and to design artistic and engaging user interfaces
that respond to how, where and why handheld applications are used.
- The role of the student and how to support students in the transition from traditional to blended learning
The period of the demise of the Kingdom of Judah at the end of the sixth
century B.C.E., the fall of Jerusalem to the Babylonians, the exile of
the elite to Babylon, and the reshaping of the territory of the new province
of Judah, culminating at the end of the century with the first return of
exiles – all have been subjects of intense scrutiny in modern scholarship.
This course takes into account the biblical textual evidence, the results
of archaeological research, and the reports of the Babylonian and Egyptian