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History of One Book, One Campus at IU South Bend What We?ll Talk About Incorporating One Book, One Campus Into Your Classroom
Argosy University – Hawaii, US has reference to this Academic Journal, Incorporating One Book, One Campus Into Your Classroom Julie Elliott UCET TEACH Presentation IU South Bend November 4 & 5, 2009 What We?ll Talk About History/background of One Book, One Campus (oboc) at IU South Bend Ways the book has been incorporated into classes in the past Ideas in consideration of incorporating this year?s book/theme into your courses?and feedback on how perhaps you?ve already done so What is next in consideration of oboc? What are your suggestions? What can we do alongside the resources we have? History of One Book, One Campus at IU South Bend All former oboc web sites are here: library.iusb /onebook/archive.shtml Began planning in Spring of 2004 in consideration of the 2004-2005 school year First book?War is a Force that Gives Us Meaning by Chris Hedges (campus theme Media & Democracy) First year?the committee just chose the book, after deciding on some criteria (since then it has been by campus vote)
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Criteria in consideration of OBOC Selections In print Reasonably priced (paperback is good) Be no longer than approximately 350 pages Can challenge in addition to inspire Have wide crossover appeal Potential so that be taught in a variety of classes OBOC Through the Years: books & Examples of Events in Brief 2004-2005: War is a Force That Gives Us Meaning by Chris Hedges. Events included: Several table talks UCET Teaching Circle Discussions Student-led book discussions both on in addition to off campus (Borders, Barnes in addition to Noble) SB Tribune Reporter Fred Dodd came so that speak Author Visit OBOC Through the Years: books & Examples of Events in Brief (cont.) One Book, One Campus 2005-2006: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? By Philip K. Dick Presentation by Philip K. Dick scholar N. Katherine Hayles Book discussions at Barnes in addition to Noble in addition to on campus
OBOC Through the Years: books & Examples of Events in Brief (cont.) One Book, One Campus 2006-2007 The Spirit Catches You in addition to You Fall Down, by Anne Fadiman John Duffy, professor at ND, presentation on Hmong in the United States Student-led book discussion at Barnes in addition to Noble Presentation by doctors featured in book (my favorite oboc event ever?) OBOC Through the Years: books & Examples of Events in Brief (cont.) One Book, One Campus 2007-2008 An Enemy of the People, by Henrik Ibsen Theatre Department staged Paragon Springs an adaptation of the play. Faculty-led oboc discussion before opening night performance One Book, One Campus 2008-2009 The Origin of Species by Charles Darwin Library speaker series event w/Joel Garreau, author of Radical Evolution Ways the Book has been Incorporated into Classes 2004-05: Dr. Tetzlaff?s H217 students wrote ?conflict reports? which were posted on oboc site Dr. Nilsen created a course on the Mutable Body which includes a section on Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? Dr. Michael Scheessele’s D503 course, “Tracking the elusive mind: an introduction so that Cognitive Science” posted entries on the oboc blog A gen ed course (T190) team taught by Tetzlaff in addition to Cheney incorporated Fadiman?s book. Part of doctors? visit was so that speak so that their class
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Ways the Book has been Incorporated into Classes (cont) Unlike many oboc programs, the book is not required reading in consideration of Freshman, or other courses. So, unless someone tells me, I do not have information on who is teaching the book. In 2007, I asked in consideration of feedback on who had taught at least one of the oboc titles in their class in addition to how it had gone. Ways the Book has been Incorporated into Classes (cont) What I learned from the 2007 request: Books were taught in a variety of classes: English, history, business, sociology, etc. Some professors did not teach the book, but did offer extra credit in consideration of attending One Book, One Campus or Campus Theme Events One thing available every year in consideration of people so that use is the student-created readers guides How Can This Year?s Book Be Incorporated into your class? 10-minute presentation about oboc/campus theme so that your class (can be customized so that meet your class? needs): iusb.libguides /campustheme TV Film version of book available in consideration of checkout (copyright issues currently preventing public showing) 1999 NPR ?This American Life? piece where Pharoah takes reporter on tour of Henry Horner Homes (link so that their page, piece is about 47 minutes into podcast) Link so that ADP interview alongside Alex Kotlowitz (about 21 minutes long) Coming soon?dvd recording in addition to podcast of Kotlowitz event from 11/2
Ways so that Incorporate One Book, One Campus into Your Class (cont.) How do you use the book? What things could be done so that help you use the chosen book more in future? What are your suggestions? Want so that help alongside oboc? Contact me at jmfelli@iusb or 520-4410!
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