[Vwoolf] NYTimes: The Future of College Is Online, and It’s Cheaper—and teaching Woolf?
detlofmm at miamioh.edu
Wed May 27 08:52:21 EDT 2020
I hope you are all safe and healthy. I will miss seeing you at the
conference. As we Chicago Cubs fans are fond of saying, "Wait until next
I teach online but usually WGS courses, so I don't have specific modules
set up for Woolf. That said, I think that an online course might be a good
opportunity to do some interesting work on her letters, since they present
a form of communication that presumes the need to connect across
separateness. It might also be interesting to read "On Being Ill" together
with a class this fall. I could imagine an assignment where students create
their own updated takes on On Being Quarantined, or something similar.
Take care, all, and... I can't wait until next year!
On Tue, May 26, 2020 at 6:47 PM Kllevenback via Vwoolf <vwoolf at lists.osu.edu>
> Has anyone exciting/interesting approaches to on-line teaching of VW and
> Stay safe, be well—
> Karen Levenback
> The Future of College Is Online, and It’s Cheaper
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