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Thursday, April 30, 2009

Reading Maps Archive

Our students turned in their finals last night and we got some more reading maps from a couple of them. I have discussed reading maps in the past here and in March, I gave a short lecture/how-to talk to the class about creating one of their own.

Now that we have a small collection, I have set up a permanent archive of reading maps to be used by my students, or any of you, at any time. Besides the link provided here, you can always access the most up-to-date version of the archive in my list of links or at the LIS 763 Word Press blog in the provided blogroll.

Now that I am archiving them over on Word Press, please send me any links you have to interesting reading maps. Any additions will be added as I receive them.

To get you inspired, here are the direct links for some of our students' maps:

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