Open to: All instructors, graduate students, and academic staff
As screen reading becomes more commonplace, how does it affect student learning? As instructors, what cautions or strategies should we be aware of, if any, and what research and resources exist to help us prepare students? What does reading and writing mean in a digital age?
Join your Berkeley colleagues for an open, informal discussion led by College Writing faculty Michael Larkin, who will share a talk he gave recently at the 2017 Conference on Composition and Communication.
Refreshments will be provided. Please RSVP so we know how many people to expect.
- "What We Still Don't Know About Digital Reading," Edweek, August 1, 2017
- Blog post by Mike Larkin: https://culturemulching.com/2017/03/15/to-read-well-on-screens-change-your-mindset/
- Annotated bibliography of sources on digital reading: http://writing.berkeley.edu/resource/recommended-sources-digital-reading