June 26, 2017

University

This page is dedicated to informing you what classes at the University of Mississippi will be using the Common Reading Book this year:

  • 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; and Relate the issues raised by the common book to their lives as new or returning students.

Library Resources:

2016 CRE Read Resource Guide
Explore this online guide to Sherman Alexie’s Ten Little Indians featuring full text articles, book reviews, topics explored in the book, videos, and more.

 

One copy of Ten Little Indians is available at the Reserve Desk in the J.D. Williams Library (1st floor) for 3-day checkout. The books call number is PS3551.L35774 T46 2004. Three copies are located in the main library stacks (2nd floor, same call number).