Academic seminar with generally uniform academic content across sections

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"May be an interdisciplinary or theme-oriented course, sometimes part of a general education requirement. Primary focus is on academic theme/discipline but will often include academic skills components such as critical thinking and expository writing."<ref>Tobolowsky, B. F. (2005)The 2003 National survey on First-Year Seminars: Continuing innovations in the collegiate curriculum. Columbia, SC : National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience & Students in Transition, University of South Carolina.</ref>
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"May be an interdisciplinary or theme-oriented course, sometimes part of a general education requirement. Primary focus is on academic theme/discipline but will often include academic skills components such as critical thinking and expository writing."

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"May be an interdisciplinary or theme-oriented course, sometimes part of a general education requirement. Primary focus is on academic theme/discipline but will often include academic skills components such as critical thinking and expository writing."

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