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A Traditional Educational Practice Adapted for the Digital Age
Did you know that you are the star of my favorite reality show?" an online auditor asked a University of Baltimore honors student at a reception in the spring semester of 2013. The student was one of twenty-one honors under- graduates who had enrolled for credit in The King Years, a weekly seminar taught by Taylor Branch, the scholar who won the Pulitzer Prize for the rst volume of his trilogy on the Civil Rights era. The auditor was one of hundreds of remote learners who tuned in every week todoi:10.13016/m2dz0332k fatcat:hstvtdj3bfchfonh56xlx6hspm