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A Class I’d Love to Teach

Wouldn’t it be fun if a professor teaching late 19th or early 20th century philosophy, literature, or any other expression of thought and culture would let me come and help the students see how the library’s classification system grew out of that world view? That way library instruction wouldn’t be an “extra” class session. It would be course content and preparation for research projects, all at the same time.

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  1. Iris Iris

    You’re sweet, Mark. But I’m not a deep thinker. I think, sure, but I’m also fundamentally lazy and, left to my own devices, I’d spend my day veging on the couch rather than seeking out professors teaching this stuff. To my credit, I did try to sell this idea to a professor my first fall here… but it never happened.

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