LYST 012 - College ReadingSemester Hours: 3
This course requires students to devote time to exploring fiction and non-fiction literature to further develop their interest in reading, as well as their inclination to read, for instructional, informational, and recreational purposes. Students will become part of a community of informed and strategic readers who know about, and can critically discuss, books, authors, textbooks, journalism, journal articles, primary as well as secondary sources, and online information sources such as blogs, etc. Emphasis will be placed on assessment techniques that will assist students in identifying, and addressing, their own strengths, needs, preferences, and proclivities as readers.
May be applied toward liberal arts credit.
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