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eBook Common Reading Programs: Going Beyond the Book (First-Year Experience Monograph No. 44) ePub

by Jodi Levine Laufgraben

  • ISBN: 1889271535
  • Category: Education
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Jodi Levine Laufgraben
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: National Resource Center for The First Year Experience (May 17, 2006)
  • Pages: 110
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Common Reading Programs: Going Beyond the Book (Monograph No. 44). Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina, National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience and Students in Transition, 2006. Book Clubs: Women and the Uses of Reading in Everyday Life.

by Jodi Levine Laufgraben. Common reading programs are becoming a ubiquitous component of first-year experience initiatives.

book by Jodi Levine Laufgraben. by Jodi Levine Laufgraben. Select Format: Paperback. Sometimes controversial, these programs are designed to provide students an introduction to the intellectual expectations of college in an often-informal gathering of college faculty and peers

Going Beyond the Book. Jodi Levine Laufgraben

Going Beyond the Book. Jodi Levine Laufgraben. Sometimes controversial, these programs are designed to provide students an introduction to the intellectual expectations of college in an often-informal gathering of college faculty and peers. Laufgraben gathers examples from programs across the country to offer a concise and practical guide to planning, promoting, and assessing common reading initiatives.

Common reading programs: Going beyond the book (Monograph No. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina, National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience and . Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina, National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience and Students in Transition. Sustaining and improving learning communities. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Looi, C-K, Seow, P, Zhang, ., So, H-J, Chen, . and Wong, L-H (2010).

First-Year Reading Resources. If having the book’s author speak is part of the plan for your reading program, it is important to consider author availability during the book selection process. Welcome to the Penguin Random House Common Reads Frequently Asked Questions page, where you will find information to help you start or enrich your common reading program. Speaking fees and availability can vary considerably.

According to Jodi Levine Laufgraben, associate vice provost at Temple University and author of Common Reading . Campus common reading programs diverge significantly in their approach to the regular academic year.

According to Jodi Levine Laufgraben, associate vice provost at Temple University and author of Common Reading Programs: Going Beyond the Book (a monograph published this year by the National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience and Students in Transition), well-planned common reading programs signal the importance of reading in college and of discussion and respect for diverse viewpoints.

In J. L. Laufgraben (E., Common Reading Programs: Going Beyond the Book (Monograph No. 44) (p. 80). Hunter, M. & Linder, C. W. (2005). In M. Upcraft, J. N. Gardner, & B. O. Barefoot (Ed., Challenging and supporting the first-year student: A handbook for improving the first year of college (pp. 275-291). (2003).

Common Reading Programs: Going Beyond the Book. Articles and Chapters. Levine Laufgraben CV. National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience and Students in Transition (Monograph No 4. Columbia, South Carolina, 2006.

Common reading programs are becoming a ubiquitous component of first-year experience initiatives. Sometimes controversial, these programs are designed to provide students an introduction to the intellectual expectations of college in an often-informal gathering of college faculty and peers. Yet, truly dynamic and successful programs move beyond book discussion groups to include students, faculty, staff, and the larger community in a wide range of social and intellectual activities. Laufgraben gathers examples from programs across the country to offer a concise and practical guide to planning, promoting, and assessing common reading initiatives.