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====BGeX Values Course====
 
====BGeX Values Course====
  
 
All entering first year students are enrolled in a section of the [http://www.bgsu.edu/students/bgexperience/page24980.html BGeX course]. While the overarching purpose of the course is to explore values, this is done in discipline specific sections of the course. To support this curriculum, the library has created the [http://www.bgsu.edu/colleges/library/infosrv/cre/ Common Reading Experience Program]. Book discussions are lead in all sections of the course and the author usually visits campus in October to work with the students at a deeper level.
 
All entering first year students are enrolled in a section of the [http://www.bgsu.edu/students/bgexperience/page24980.html BGeX course]. While the overarching purpose of the course is to explore values, this is done in discipline specific sections of the course. To support this curriculum, the library has created the [http://www.bgsu.edu/colleges/library/infosrv/cre/ Common Reading Experience Program]. Book discussions are lead in all sections of the course and the author usually visits campus in October to work with the students at a deeper level.

Latest revision as of 10:53, 6 September 2008

Academic Seminars on Various Topics Course Description:

"Similar to previously mentioned academic seminar except that specific topics vary from section to section."


Approaches at Different Institutions

Bowling Green State University

BGSU: 4+/pub/med // Contact: Colleen Boff

BGeX Values Course

All entering first year students are enrolled in a section of the BGeX course. While the overarching purpose of the course is to explore values, this is done in discipline specific sections of the course. To support this curriculum, the library has created the Common Reading Experience Program. Book discussions are lead in all sections of the course and the author usually visits campus in October to work with the students at a deeper level.