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TH02 - Reading Textbooks and Peer Reviewed Journals: The Powerful Role of Faculty 
March 29, 2012   9:30am - 10:45am
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A common complaint from college faculty is that "students don't read the text or other assigned readings".  As textbooks and other scholarly sources are an essential information source, faculty members need to do what they can to alleviate this problem.   This workshop will review research studies on reading and will focus on the practical application of these findings.  Specifically, strategies to increase student reading behavior and positive approaches to accountability will be discussed.


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