Letters to the Editor – In praise of the Blame Game, and AU should advise reading amounts

Letters to the Editor – In praise of the Blame Game, and AU should advise reading amounts

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Dear Voice,

Re: Hazel Anaka’s May 18th column, “Stop the Blame Game”

I would like to commend Miss Anaka on her column this week–it was well-written and the message is a great one. We can all learn something from this article. Thank you for including it in this week’s issue, and thank you Hazel for writing it, keep them coming!

Avid “From Where I Sit” fan,
Andrea

Hello,

I would like to suggest AU adopt a system that allows students to assess before taking a course the amount of reading required. For example, using book symbols to indicate the required amount of reading.

One book means a nominal amount of reading is required and five books means It’s reading intense. Right now I am doing two courses that are reading insane. Several hundreds of pages for each unit. Am I making sense or am I alone in thinking this would help us?

Regards,
Lance Bevan-Herringshaw

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