Rereading Across the Curriculum
Oct 16, 2014
from 12:00 PM to 02:00 PM
|Where||CETL, AC 4EA1|
|Contact Name||Debra Swoboda|
|Attendees||Faculty and Staff|
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In 2011, Howard Ruttenberg organized a CETL panel to explore the state of reading instruction and student ability in our various disciplines. A dozen members of the faculty were invited to reflect upon the way reading figures in our assignments and our classrooms.
Three years later, we are resuming this discussion. A lot has changed in the interim: A new general education curriculum has been adopted; the federal government now requires the identification and pricing of texts used in our courses; and the production of electronic books, as well as technologies to read (and hear) them, has exploded.
A surprising range of new circumstances compels us to reread (and perhaps rewrite) the future we imagined just a short time ago.
Sponsored by the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning