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Hello,
Cornell University has a new student reading project- info can be found at: 
http://reading.cornell.edu/, which is the official web page.

At 10:19 AM 10/18/2006, you wrote:
>Greetings, colleagues -
>I have recently been appointed to a steering committee for a proposed
>common reading program for our freshman class that will likely be
>attached in some form to our Freshman Seminar courses. If you have such
>a program in place, I would like to pick your collective brain about
>similar programs at your institutions:
>      - Does your common reading program have a website for support
>materials for students and facilitators?
>     - What is your purpose or mission statement for the program.(and/or
>learning outcomes, etc.)?
>     - Who selects the annual readings, and upon what criteria are they
>selected?
>     - With whom do you partner across campus?
>Thank you for your time and insights.
>
>Lynell R. Williams
>Assistant Director, Student Achievement Services
>University Learning Services
>UNC Wilmington
>601 S. College Rd. - Box 5968
>Wilmington, NC 28403
>phone 910/962-7857
>fax 910/962-3727
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