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Episode 14 of Bibliotech: Course readings

How could the digital world shape course readings and course reserves?

By ROCHELLE MAZAR | JAN 16 2013

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Episode 14 – Course readings

In this episode Rochelle discusses the future of the course bibliography amidst the ongoing rise of the digital culture. (Running time: 10:40 mins).


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  1. Michael Zryd / January 19, 2013 at 4:29 pm

    Thank you for an illuminating and provocative podcast

    One issue that I face in using digital course readings is a very practical one: how can I ensure that students will bring the readings to class if I want everyone to do a close reading of a passage? I’ve resorted to selecting some long quotations on PowerPoint slides, but this limits improvisation in the classroom.

    Suggestions?

  2. Rochelle / January 22, 2013 at 9:14 pm

    Welll….if the readings are online, they should be able to access them through computers/phones/ipads, right? Do your students bring these things to class? Otherwise they could print them out, but that’s much less green. On my campus, we have more devices on campus than bodies; I’m sure the same is true at your place!

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