Summary: In preparation for your Grinnell education, you consider some key documents that describe a liberal arts education. meet next.
Purpose: To encourage you to attend sessions you should attend.
Due: 7:00 p.m. Saturday, 21 August 2010
Education in the Liberal Arts, available at
Elements of a Liberal Education, available at
Ways of Learningavailable at
A Grinnell Education, available at
2. Write two short sentences that you could use to explain a liberal arts education to someone unfamiliar with the concept.
3. Write two short sentences that you could use to explain how a Grinnell liberal arts education might differ from a liberal arts education at one of our peer institutions.
4. Either post your four sentences
to the Wiki at
http://foswiki.cs.grinnell.edu/foswiki/bin/view/Courses/OwningTheIntangible/LiberalArtsEducation or email me those four sentences (and I'll post it to the Wiki).
Tuesday, 10 August 2010 [Samuel A. Rebelsky]
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