Helton, Rae; Reynolds, Latisha
November 2009
Kentucky Libraries;Fall2009, Vol. 73 Issue 4, p22
Academic Journal
The article discusses the Book-in-Common (BinC) program in the University of Louisville in Kentucky. It mentions that all freshmen are required to read the same book and then make them participate in a series of events relating to themes and characters from the book. It also states that it offers many opportunities to explor diversity, exposed to different perspectives and learn about different cultures.


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