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Marc Aronson, Lecturer, Rutgers University; School of Communication & Information
Marc Aronson holds a doctorate in American History and is an award-winning author and editor of nonfiction for younger readers who has long advocated for the approach to inquiry and critical reading now stressed by the Common Core. In his teaching life he is a Lecturer in the School of Communication & Information at Rutgers University, frequently holds workshops for teachers and librarians on implementing the Common Core, and is the advisor to the Digital Youth strand of the SC&I graduate program.

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Monday   04-08-2013   1:30 PM – 2:30 PM   E103: Nonfiction 2.0: Digital Extensions of Text to Support the Common Core

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