[Air-L] A suggestion for reading lists and syllabi

Alan Bilansky alanbilansky at gmail.com
Mon Aug 5 10:49:29 PDT 2013

That's a great idea. 

In the meantime: I'm at a conference this week, but I plan on collecting all the responses I got to recent question here on a google doc, and sharing it with the list. 

Sent hurriedly from a small keyboard.

On Aug 5, 2013, at 9:40, "Andrea Guzman" <aguzma31 at uic.edu> wrote:

> Hello all,
> As we all know, one of the routine uses for this listserv is to request
> reading suggestions, syllabi, and other course related materials. I was
> wondering if it would be possible to establish some sort of reading list,
> syllabus, assignment, etc. exchange on the AoIR website as a central place
> to share this information. I have used these pages for other groups and
> find they are very helpful, particularly when it comes to finding
> appropriate readings for undergrads.
> I realize that setting up and maintaining such a page would require
> additional thought and debate. I am just putting the idea out there for
> future consideration and discussion (maybe in Denver?). I also realize
> that adding a feature to the website is extra work for someone, and so, I
> would be willing to help if the idea is carried forward.
> Andrea
> -- 
> Andrea L. Guzman, M.A.
> PhD Candidate
> Department of Communication
> University of Illinois at Chicago
> aguzma31 at uic.edu
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