June 19, 2018

University

The following courses will integrate the common read into their curriculum this fall:

  • EDHE 105: Freshman Year Experience
  • EDHE 305: New Transfer Experience
  • WRIT 100: Introduction to College Writing
  • WRIT 101: First-Year Writing I
  • WRIT 102: First-Year Writing II
  • LIBA 102: First-Year Seminar

Student Learning Outcomes
By reading, writing, and learning together through the shared experience of the UM Common Reading Experience, students:

  • Develop critical thinking, reading, writing, and research skills and abilities
  • Gain an emerging sense of confidence as learners, thinkers, readers, and writers
  • Develop a sense of community among peers, neighbors, and instructors
  • Develop connections among ideas, experiences, disciplines, and academic and personal goals
  • Relate the issues raised by the common book to their lives as new or returning students.

Teaching Resouces

  • Library Resource Guide (coming soon)
  • DWR Instructor Resource Guide (coming soon)